Top 10 Best And Free Music iPad Apps

Apple iPad yet another revolutionary product from the company and its already made a record selling since the day of its launch. iPad is a smart device which allows its users to surf internet, play music, watch video, reading e-books etc.

There are hundreds and thousands of ipad apps available on the internet to make your iPad more lively, fun to use and productive. Even we had covered some of the best free iPad apps in our previous articles that you might like to check “10 Best And Free iPad Apps From New iPad App Store” and “20 Best and Free Apps For Your Apple iPad“. Alternatively, you also might like to check some of the stunning iPad wallpapers which are free to use and make your desktop more lively and beautiful.

iPad has been out for a while now, so I thought this time to round up a list of free music iPad apps which are user-friendly, easy to use and take care of all your music needs. There are not so may music iPad apps out there which are free to use, but we have looked all over the internet to find the best apps so you don’t have to devote your time.

Here are the Top 10 best and free music iPad apps that are exceptionally cool. If you know some other music iPad apps which you feel suits best in this list, feel free to add the link in the comment section below.

1) RJ Voyager : The Rj Voyager makes you a DJ from the future. An amazing touch interface lets you navigate into the new world of RjDj scenes from mad techno drum machines to deep Dub Step experiences.

2) Musicnotes Sheet Music Viewer : Access your sheet music library on your iPad instead! Just download this free app, link it to your existing account and instantly import all of your iPad compatible sheet music files so you can display them on your iPad.

3) Jamboxx : Jamboxx takes you back to the days of mixtapes and boom boxes with an 80s-inspired interface that’ll get you nodding your head to the beat in no time. It’s easy to get started. Just open up Jamboxx and your iTunes library is ready to go. Create virtual mixtapes from your library by tapping the “Top Jams” button and store your mixes in the tape rack.

4) Shiny Drum : Shiny Drum is a music application for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad designed by OutOfTheBit and Leo Di Angilla, the creators of Vintage Drum (app featured by Apple in many countries), iBongos, iCongas, iTimbales, iPandeiro.


5) Beatwave : Create amazing beats and tunes without any musical ability using Beatwave for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Using just your finger, you’ll be turning out wicked tracks for FREE that amaze your friends and family, in no time at all.



6) Sounddrop : Draw lines and watch as Soundrop uses them to create music! Listen with headphones for the full effect.


7. SoundHound : This free version of SoundHound gives you unlimited voice and text searches, unlimited lyrics, and amazingly rich iPod integration. You start with 5 free super-fast music recognition IDs and get 5 more free every month.


8 ) Virtuoso Piano Free 2 HD : This is the Lite version of Virtuoso Piano, the amazing grand piano for iPad and iPhone.With its unprecedented sound quality, Virtuoso Piano Free is the perfect free piano to learn the basics of music or just having fun.


9) PatternMusic MXXIV : PatternMusic is three music tools in one. You can create songs intuitively using layered instrument patterns, play an interactive polyphonic musical instrument with over 50 different voices and jam along with your iPod® Music Library without leaving the app.


10) Pandora : Pandora Radio is your own free personalized radio now available to stream music on your iPhone or iPad. Just start with the name of one of your favorite artists, songs or classical composers and Pandora will create a “station” that plays their music and more music like it.



11) GrooveMaker : With GrooveMaker, you can create professional full-length tracks, grooves and beats for your music compositions, ambient soundtracks, movie scores and even dance parties or workouts — wherever you need to groove. And it’s so easy to learn, you’ll be creating the grooves of your friends’ envy in minutes.



Recommended Business Tools

  • Oak Chairs

    There are many hundreds or thousands ipad apps available on the internet which makes me confused to choose it, but this top 10 best and free music ipad apps,that should I try one of them.Thanks Yogesh.

  • The way iPad apps are growing,i think that sooner or later it will beat the number of apps record for iPhone.

  • Jennifer @ vergent t1 service

    Wow, that Virtuoso piano app is cool, even though I have to admit, I’m an acoustic piano snob. Who can really learn how to play the piano on ten keys that don’t actually depress? Still, it’s cool. I can’t wait to get an iPad. Christmas can’t come soon enough! lol!

  • Gadget Guy

    Very cool list of iPad apps

  • Yogesh, as I was scrolling down the list, I thought you forgot Pandora but then I finally saw it.. It should be #1.. Good list though.. now all I need is an iPad 🙂

  • Nice collection of iPad music app. Thanks for sharing…

  • Edmonton Real Estate

    Wow! I was amazed by the applications you list. The RJ Voyager is cool. But is it user friendly? I really like that application. Your list is great, among all the applications that the internet can provide. I’ll check out what you had listed. But first, got to have an iphone. 🙂 Thanks.

  • NewGadgetz

    Very nice round-up. RJ Voyager seems great

  • Gran Canaria

    Man, this is awesome!
    I’m putting money aside to buy an iPad. A friend showed me some apps, and I almost fell off the chair…
    Thanks for sharing – I hope that soon enough I can be a proud owner!

  • David

    Nice list, Shiny Drum is nice, but I’m not a big fan of SoundDrop, don’t really get the point of it.

  • tino

    wow…great compilation
    Groovemaker is amazing

  • freebie jeebies

    There’s some great apps there. I like the look of the Virtuoso Piano one, I’ve always wanted to learn the piano so will definitely be getting that for the train to work.

  • Alan Slater

    So many apps and so little time, I have just started having acoustic guitar lessons so would be very interested at giving a guitar app a bit of a whirl, I need to improve somehow

  • Oh how I precious the music sound from the , everything seemed to be way solon original than today punishment.

  • Diablo

    I just bought my iPad and some iphone case & accessories for my wife. I love my iPad so much and I’m looking for the good free apps for my precious. I like the Jamboxx as it looks so cool and I hope iPhone can install it too. Thanks for the review.

  • Wow, these surely look like something I need to check out. This post alone makes me want to go out right now and buy myself an iPad. Each one of these apps looks like perfect support for my love of music. Thanks for sharing.

  • dubstep software

    Man, dubstep sure is catching on it seems like. Everyone I bump into now adays knows about it but just like last year nobody really knew. Crazy!

  • Arleen Gilcher

    Attractive component of content. I just stumbled upon your blog and in accession capital to assert that I get in fact loved account your blog posts. Anyway I’ll be subscribing on your augment or even I achievement you access consistently quickly.

  • Tim

    Hey guyz, i’ve created my first app for the iPad.

    I find it way better and intuitive than the default music app.

    3 column based (genres/artists/albums), just like iTunes but better 🙂
    It’s free !

  • ken

    I like the free TuneIn Radio app — I have it on all of my devices: phone, Nexus7 and iPad. I use the app to listen to my favorite English radio stations in California to Chinese language radio stations from Taiwan.

  • I just released a new app called Sonja™ that is designed to let people read and write music even if they don’t know how.

    Sonja™ was designed primarily for amateur singers, musicians, and songwriters, as well as for beginning music students. Sonja™ uses a simplified and intuitive music notation system that lets one easily follow and learn any part of a score, as well as quickly and easily notate music. Even professional musicians will find Sonja™ easier to use as a quick and convenient music notepad than classic music notation apps.

    With Sonja™ you can:
    – Create and notate your own music
    – Import and edit MIDI files
    – Import audio files
    – Record your own audio files of instrumental accompaniments or singing

    Sonja™ is now available on the app store at