Kalimba for PC

Kalimba for PC

Play a kalimba on your smartphone or tablet!


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Kalimba App For Windows

It works great. I read a negative review about the need to tap multiple times. It asks you to move your finger to play a kalimba. It doesn't have any benefits, so I suggest that the developer change it to allow taps. My phone is too tall to play in landscape mode. This is more the fault of my phone than the app. However, it would be great if the app could switch to portrait mode so that the keyboard and keys would take up the lower half of the screen.

The Kalimba app is amazing. The app is easy to use, and best of all there are no ads! It would easily get 5 stars, with one exception. The swipe movement required for the simulation of picking keys/tines is slow. A key tapping option would be great to improve the performance. Developer(s), thank you for creating a WONDERFUL application.

It's very nice. It's very nice! The experience is almost identical to that of a smartphone. It fits well in my hand, but I am getting used to it. I prefer thinner devices that fit better between my fingers. This interface was supposed to be upright, not sideways. I found this disappointing. This is probably just me, as I am not an expert in this particular instrument. It's very relaxing. This aspect gets 10/10. I also love the possibility to glissando. This app is amazing! I am obsessed with it. Brilliant app idea - 10/10

This app is very useful and easy to use. It takes some practice to be able to use the instrument comfortably. However, that is not the fault of the app. Although it's very easy to use, I have found that you don't get the speed required. It sometimes doesn't recognize that you are pressing a key. Sometimes, it mixes up with another one. Perhaps you could add the ability to choose how far apart your pegs should be? It would also be great if you were able to record your own movements.

Sometimes it's awkward to use an instrument such as this on a touch-screen. I feel that it should have a mode where the note is played after you tap on it, rather than swiping. This is less realistic, but would still be great! It would also be great to have the ability to transpose an instrument!

It's as good as you can hope. It's a little like real kalimbas, where you must pull down to make noise. It's great that you can conceal the label on your kalimba. I find them distracting and my real one doesn't. It's difficult to hold two notes with one hand. I'm used to using two fingers to do this, but I don't have the ability to here. It's a great little app.

This app, as a veteran musician, is an excellent adaptation of the classic instrument. It was wonderful that the program used the down flick motion to mimic playing a real instrument. If I had to suggest one thing, it would be code that the screen vibrates on touching when the note is played. But that's just my opinion. Great work. I'll be checking out your other projects.

It works great, I love the way it feels and sounds. The zoom function is also very useful. It would be great to have the ability to select which key your kalimba plays in. The Image is a bit blurrier than I would like. The app is simple and doesn't offer too many options. It's already pretty amazing.

It works great, and it's free! This app sounds great. I have been using it to play Avatar's Love. The app is free and has no advertisements (as I write this review, who knows what will happen). This app is great for learning how to play the kalimba or buying one. The only thing I would complain about is the slight delay between the sounds playing and sliding, but this could just be due to my phone's too large storage. The Tl:dr10/10 app has some minor problems, but it works well for free.

The simplest tool on the most simple app. This is not a problem at all. The other apps for music instruments are full of adds, try this, and that, but this app allows me to do what I like, and it's really easy. However, I do think the volume might be a bit too loud for my liking. But it's a great app.

It made epic music. It can be left as is or you can add items to make it more useful. The notes can be added as (abc), [doremi], or (123). The blue tapes can be added as well. For people with difficulty tapping, I suggest adding a tuning setting that will allow people to choose the right chords. Great job!

It is simple and easy to use. You can choose whether you want landscape or portrait mode and adjust keys and labels according to your preferences. I rated this app because of the 'thanks' message. It was a nice positive touch. However, it would be nice to be able to tap the keys. This app is great, except for the slowing down of my sliding motion. :)

It is technically a very well-made app. It is responsive and sensitive to touch. It could have a visual effect (like a fruit ninja), that is activated or disabled when the screen touches.

It is a good app and works well. One problem with the app is the fact that landscape mode does not allow me to zoom out fully. The last two buttons on the left (D and E) are cut off. My 2015 Samsung Galaxy Tab A screen measures 768x1024px. Perhaps you can add further zooming out.

This app made me want to buy a Kalimba. The app is very easy to use, and loads quickly. I like that you can modify the notes' markings. This app is great, but they should add the ability to change key tones. That way we can play different songs on other keys.

How to install Kalimba app for Windows 10 / 11

Follow below steps to download and install Kalimba app for Desktop

First, download and install an Android emulator software to your Laptop.

Run the emulator software and open Google play store to install Kalimba

Now, you will be able to setup and run Kalimba on your Computer via the emulator.

To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can go through the software’s official website.