Apps That Bring Out the Artist in You

Make use of the apps that teach you how to dance. (Image: Pixabay / CC0 1.0)

The main difference between those who are successful and those who are not is the ability to make the best out of a situation. Where people prone to failure view a situation in a defeatist perspective with a victim mentality, winners see opportunity. They see chances of success and progress even in the direst of circumstances, such as the one we’re facing right now with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Try and learn a new skill when you’re restricted to a single location. Stop complaining and start taking action to better yourself. At the end of the day, when each person endeavors to improve themselves, society will automatically improve. Here’re some apps that can help you improve your art skills and cognitive abilities.

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Skillshare offers thousands of courses from business development to animation. For those who are artistically inclined, you can choose from music composition and learning the ukulele to hip hop dance moves and mixing. You can discuss with the instructor, give feedback, and complete projects on the platform. Skillshare has been increasing in popularity with a large variety of learning choices; it’s often called the Netflix of online training.

Steezy Studio

Learn to dance before you die. To move the body rhythmically to sound beats is an exhilarating experience. Dancing is often a much better, more fulfilling alternative to exercising. The same moves in the gym get boring after a while, but your interest in dancing only increases with mastery. Offering plenty of styles, Steezy Studio is a good app to break a sweat during those extended periods at home.


Got the artist’s block? Feel musically uninspired? SketchAR helps you draw using augmented reality. You need to give this a try when you find it difficult to begin. There are various themes on SketchAR that help you get going, with animals and graffiti sketches. And, once you’re set, there’s nothing stopping you from getting the work done. The app claims to be the first AI-guided assistant for sight-read music from notes.

Singing can be made better through practice. (Image: Pixabay / CC0 1.0)
Singing can be made better through practice. (Image: Pixabay / CC0 1.0)


Yousician offers teacher-crafted lessons in guitar, bass, ukulele, piano, and singing. With tailored lessons and thousands of programs, you can use Yousician to improve your musical abilities through step-by-step training workouts. Yousician also offers a solution for music teachers to connect with their students. With Yousician, you no longer have any excuses to not get started on your musical journey.

Simply Piano

Now you can learn the piano, without a piano. The app features a virtual piano that makes use of the touch interface on your smartphone or tab. Chosen as one of the best apps on the Google Play Store in 2019, Simply Piano comes with tons of songs that range from fun to classical. Get instant feedback on the app, which is fit for anyone from beginners to professionals.


As a musician, your auditory capabilities are critical when composing, playing, and hearing music. Earbeater helps students train their aural skills. With 5 different training disciplines for the ear, Earbeater offers more than 200 exercises including scales, chords, and intervals. The disciplines are “interval size comparison, interval recognition, chord recognition, chord inversion recognition, and scale recognition.”

Learn to sight-read music from notes. (Image: Pixabay / CC0 1.0)
Learn to sight-read music from notes. (Image: Pixabay / CC0 1.0)

Perfect Ear

Besides teaching to identify melodies, Perfect Ear helps you sight read music. The other key features include rhythm and ear training exercises, music theory, melodic dictation, a pitch and singing trainer, and a fully-fledged scale dictionary. With awesome reviews on the Play Store, Perfect Ear is just like going to your own free music school.

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