The apps are wikipedia, midistudio, miditim, smsheet, midi“center, and track pro. I excluded those apps that involved me having to enter my payment details just to access the apps or trial versions as im too old for that. Unless you have the money to burn these apps are free, so theres almost no excuse not to at least give them a try. here is a quick basic comparison of each apps features and functions.
I have heard great things about the demo version of Smartsheet music editing software and decided to give it a try. This app costs just $3.32 to try it for 15 days. The demo version of trackpro is $49 to try it and its trial period is only one day.
You can also download the Android version of track pro for free a great app for Android (or andriod) device running Android 4.0 or higher. What I like about this app is that it contains a range of both higher-end and consumer-grade MIDI and sound-generating devices such as MP, MIDI::everythingelse, step sequencer, live sequencer, midi sequencer, midi monitor, and synthesis and sampler. d2c66b5586