Nothing good is free today, unfortunately. You might like the selection of music-centric apps today, though.
Travel Interpreter Phrasebook
The “Travel Interpreter” is a talking, illustrated phrasebook which translates English words and phrases into 33 of the following languages: German, French, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America), Italian, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Russian, Bulgarian, Greek, Hungarian, Romanian, Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Hebrew, Thai, Hindi, Vietnamese, Farsi, Catalan, Romanian and Ukrainian.
The app offers you the unique opportunity to communicate abroad without any special language skills, as it can simply speak the translation as required. Easily understandable illustrations make communication even easier.
READ MUSIC PRO
This is the ad-free version.
This app includes:
– Music sight reading lessons.
– Music sight reading quizzes.
– Sight Reading exercises for Guitar.
– Sight Reading exercises for Piano and Keyboards.
– Notes identification exercises.
– Each Lesson contains five exercises. You will see a score and you will listen to what is written on it with animations of the beats, the notes on the staff and their names. On the low right side you will see the way you have to keep the beat with your right hand as if you were drawing on top of the animation.
– Each Quiz corresponds to a Lesson. There are no animations and you have to click on the red rectangle when each of the notes or silences marked with red take place. There is a maximum of 25 right guesses per Quiz (five per exercise). We recommend not to go further and review the corresponding Lesson if you don´t get a 20 score minimum per Quiz.
– On the Guitar exercises you must click on the strings and frets of the guitar corresponding to the notes that are heard and which you must read.
– On the Piano and Keyboard exercises you must click on the piano keys corresponding to the notes that are heard and which you must read.
– On the Notes identification exercises you must click on the names of the notes that are heard and which you must read.
- [Source] : wccftech