In today’s episode of PianoTV, I’m going to be trying out the app Flowkey. Flowkey is an app that helps people of all skill levels learn pieces on the piano in all kinds of genres – pop, Classical, jazz and so on.

They recently released an app for Android, and that’s what I’ll be using to test out Flowkey today. The screen will be a little small on my smartphone, so I’m interested to see how it’ll work. I know a lot of people like to use their tablets for Flowkey, which makes sense given the larger size.

You can also use Flowkey on your laptop, which is a little cumbersome for me, since my laptop doesn’t really sit nicely on my keyboard. But your keyboard/laptop setup might be a little different.

What we’re going to do in this video is literally go through the process of signing up with Flowkey, and I’ll pick a piece to learn so you guys can see how it works. I’ll see how much I like the process of learning a song in lieu of traditional sheet music.

If you like what you see, I am an affiliate with Flowkey. If you give it a try, I’d appreciate if you do so through this link, since by doing so you’ll also be able to help support PianoTV.

That being said, this video will be completely unbiased and I plan on telling you my thoughts, good and bad. This will be my first time using the app, so I don’t have a preconceived idea on how it works.