The New and Improved Kala Ukulele App

The New and Improved Kala Ukulele App

Have you had a chance to check out the new and improved Kala Ukulele App with Tuner? It's the fastest way to learn songs on the ukulele! With free, easy-to-play versions of over 100 popular songs, you'll be a pro in no time. And when you subscribe with our partner Musopia, you'll have even more access to 1700+ hit songs!

This app is the perfect learning tool for the beginner and an awesome songbook for the more advanced players. Both free and subscription songs are displayed in a play-along display with easy chords, adjustable acoustic backing tracks and lyrics. Many of the songs are broken down into four simple chords you can master in an instant. The Kala Ukulele App listens while you play and gives feedback on ways to improve! Follow the easy play-along to learn and play songs quickly.


Additionally, we've included chord and strum pattern video tutorials, featuring Kala Artists Ukulenny and Emily Arrow, to enhance your learning! These videos can be accessed at anytime, anywhere.

With your download of the Kala Ukulele App, you'll receive a 3 day trial of Musopia’s premium subscription songs. That's 3 days of free access to 1700+ hit songs! Only 10 minutes of practice a day will have you playing your first songs and impressing your friends in no time!

Our easy-to-use app tuner is now better than ever!  We've updated and improved the Kala Tuner in the app to continue to help you get in tune and stay in tune.

For access to the 1700+ songs, our partner Musopia offers a subscription to an interactive songbook with hit songs ready to be played. See details in the app to check out what the subscription is all about!

Already have the app? Make sure to update it so you can check out all of these incredible new features! If you want to get in on the fun, download the app on the Apple Store here, and Google Play here.

Have you downloaded the app? What do you think of it? Is there anything else you'd like to see? Let us know in the comments!
November 08, 2017 by Emma Lott
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