Windy is a fully functioning musical instrument for kids and adults alike. Play Happy Birthday and other songs in a fully interactive way on your iPhone and iPad—no musical experience or talent necessary.
Here's how it works:
Simply hold down the keys on the screen and blow lightly into the microphone at the same time. Then...
- Tilt your device to the left to play flat notes...
- Tilt your device to the right to play sharp notes...
- Tilt your device up and down to play across three successive octaves...
Play through the list of guided songs, or play whatever you want. Make sure to unmute your iPhone or iPad, and turn up the volume. Windy also works with headphones.
Download Windy and use it for free with no intrusive ads. Upgrade to Windy Plus to unlock all 3 instruments and 36 songs forever. No subscription. No sign up. No tracking. No Internet. No hassle.
Thanks for continuing to use Windy! This update includes
+ User interface improvements
+ Bug fixes and performance improvements
Please let us know what you think by leaving a review. Thanks!
Ratings and Reviews
Just for annoying people
When I downloaded this, I was expecting something I could play music with. I missed by a long shot. Because of the terrible microphone on most phones and tablets, I could hardly play 2 notes correctly. Plus, it wouldn't realize that I stopped blowing until too long of a time later. It does nothing that you can use to make a little jig or anything. It is a bit fun, but only for ten minutes or so. After a certain point, when you try to make music, it gets frustrating. This app is really just for being annoying.
I've never looked so "special"
While I've done some odd things in life, blowing on my cellphone with headphones on at work may have topped them all. The staff was already questioning my chromosome count but now I just confirmed it.
That being said, I haven't had as much fun musically since I solo'd on my plastic song flute back in '96.
Wind is a must must have in any true musicians studio.
Fun musical instrument
Turns you pine or iPad into a musical flute or other instrument you might toot. It uses the microphone input which might be hard to find. You blow into the mic while pressing a note.
It can be difficult to use on an iPad unless you have giant fingers. I suggest that the user be able to resize the buttons and move them around on the screen to places their fingers can reach.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.