Organ is full 88 keys virtual organ designed specifically for the iPad & iPhone. You can now play the organ on your device everywhere!

• 88 keys
• 12 instruments
• Key labels (C-D-E, do-re-mi, до-ре-ми, ハ-ニ-ホ, 도-레-미, 1-2-3)
• Basic Support external midi-keyboards (iPad)
• Duet mode (iPad only)
• Optional double keyboard
• Universal app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

What's New

Version 1.8.1

• Background mode for midi-keyboards
• Restore all user preferences from last session (Instrument, Keyboard Style, Labels)
• Customizable key labels styles (Only First, Letters, Gray, Colorful)
• Customizable key labels names (Traditional, Scientific, Solfege, Russian, Japanise, Korean, Numbered)
• German style option (B / H)
• Romance style option (si / ti)
• Fix G#6 sound for Grand Piano
• New improved UI for instruments & labels
• Bug fix

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Ratings and Reviews

I'm Glad It's Free


I'll start by saying this is a free app and the preliminary version (1.0), so I didn't have high expectations. Good thing. The interface is handsome and simple, but that's about the only positive thing I can say about the app. The organ sound that comes loaded by default is pretty awful. I can only assume it's trying to emulate the Hammond B3, but it sounds more like a softly looping jackhammer. The controls are very minimal, so there's no way to adjust the rate or depth of the vibrato, and the samples have an annoying click between cycles. What's worse, I've found (on the iPhone 5, at least) that playing a few keys quickly at once or in sequence can cause the loop to sustain indefinitely. The only way to get it to stop is to close the app and terminate it completely by double-clicking the home button and x'ing out.

As for the other sounds, the screen shots shown in the iTunes App Store are a bit misleading: Grand Piano and 1970s Electro Synth are available (at this time) as $0.99 in-app purchases only. If the Organ patch is any indication of the other patches' quality, I'm steering way clear.

If this app could be used as a MIDI controller for other apps, it would be worth the money, but it doesn't even do that. Let's hope the developer incorporates enough fixes and enhancements to make those in-app purchases worth my while. As of now, it just takes up disk space.

Great sound!


This is a wonderful app! The sound and playability are awesome. I've even gone so far as to get a few of the additional sounds and they did not disappoint. The only complaint here is that the keys get stuck down sometimes which is annoying on an organ which continues to sustain until the note is presses down again so it can completely ruin a performance if a key get stuck down mid song. Other than that it is a wonderful app in every sense. Great job!

Best thing I've ever heard!!!


I played this really sad song and it sounds so much better with the double organ thing I can now make it sound really evil. I love it. I give it 5 stars! I recommend this game to anyone who loves piano and likes to make evil music! 💜


Dmytro Denys
32.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Russian, Ukrainian
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2013 Dmytro Denys
In-App Purchases
  1. Pipe Organ $0.99
  2. All Instruments (include future updates) $4.99
  3. Rock Organ $0.99


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