Yousician: Learn Guitar 2022


Learn Guitar, Bass or Singing with 1000s of songs, lessons & exercises
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YOUSICIAN is the fast, fun way to learn, play and master the Guitar, Bass or Singing/Vocals. Learn and play thousands of songs on your REAL INSTRUMENT!

Yousician is your personal music teacher. The app listens to you play and gives instant feedback on your accuracy and timing. Our learning path, designed by expert music teachers, will help musicians of all levels improve, from complete beginners to professionals.

Step-by-step videos guide you through each lesson. Fun gameplay tracks your progress and keeps you motivated to practice and learn. You’ll simply be amazed how fast your skills advance. So grab your guitar or bass, or warm up your voice, and start making music!

• Guitarists, Bass players & Singers
• Complete beginners
• Self-learners
• Advanced & professional musicians
• Music teachers

• 10,000+ lessons, exercises and songs by artists you love
• Hundreds of videos covering all the skills you need to learn guitar, bass or singing: sight reading sheet music, guitar chords, strumming, melodies, lead, fingerpicking and more
• Tons of music theory and trainers for each skill and chord
• Fun Weekly Challenges where you can compete with friends and millions of Yousicians worldwide

• Play your real acoustic or electric instrument — no additional equipment needed
• Yousician listens to you sing or play the guitar or bass
• It gives you instant feedback on your performance
• It takes you through awesome songs and step-by-step tutorials that suit your playing level
• It makes learning fun with rewarding gameplay, lessons and challenges

Yousician has been developed with the world’s most innovative and experienced music teachers. It is perfectly suited for self-learning or as a supplement to learning with a teacher. With step-by-step tutorials and constant feedback you can always be sure you’re playing your guitar or bass right. The microphone on your phone listens to you play and the app tells you how you’re performing. It even works for singing so you’ll never be out of tune during karaoke!

Subscribe for unlimited and uninterrupted playtime across all platforms. Subscription types are annual plans billed in monthly installments, upfront annual and monthly plans. Prices may vary in different countries. Subscription automatically renews at the end of each term unless auto-renew is turned off in your Yousician account on If you use a Google Play store account, you can cancel your subscription from there.

“Yousician is modern technology’s gift to music education. It’s an app that teaches you to master the guitar instead of a plastic game controller.” – Guitar World

“Yousician is a fabulous place to start learning piano, guitar, ukulele or bass. Yousician teaches basic playing techniques and musical notation by presenting a challenge and then listening as you try to play in real life.” – New York Times

Yousician is the world’s leading platform to learn and play music. With a combined 20 million monthly users across our award-winning apps, we’re on a mission to make musicality as common as literacy.

Check out our other apps:
• GuitarTuna, the #1 tuner app worldwide
• Ukulele by Yousician
• Piano by Yousician

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40 comentarios en "Yousician: Learn Guitar 2022"

  1. Over all this is a very good app, I totally recommend but if you want to practice certain songs and don’t want to spend $137 yearly then I recommend practicing songs elsewhere. It teaches you the basics and had a guitar tuner and they did a very good job on everything. But not a single song is free, you need premium for every song and I can’t do anything at all. I can practice the same 2 small chords over and over again and that’s it. But for learning a few of the basics this app is great.

  2. Very good app, got the basics down in the few lessons I had for free, but that’s the problem. You only get to learn the basics for free. I’m sure that it’s just me being silly, but I thought that premium was an option. It’s not. You’ve gotta pay if you want to play songs or learn past the basics. Again, great app, I just thought it was free and that’s my only complaint thus far.

  3. I’ve been subscribing for over a year. I have several other subscription based learning apps and this is my favorite for guitar. I’ve learned quite a lot. There is a large selection of songs and the lessons are well rounded so you learn all the various skills and advance them all as you progress. I like the real time feedback and scoring. It’s a nice way to gage my progress. It’s accurate and you play along with a real band which sounds great.

  4. The app worked fine yesterday after finally getting it to calibrate but today it just refuses to recognize my voice. In the setting the input volume goes up when I talk, indicating that it can definitely hear me but when I go to practice nothing shows up. It also refuses to calibrate and either shows an error or just backs out of the calibration.

  5. Worth buying for beginners. If you’re relatively good at self-monitoring this app can help you speedily progress on your instruments journey. (Assuming you put the work in) Best advice I can give is to be patient and focus on playing well rather than rushing through the levels. You can sound bad and still get a perfect rating on the app. Trust your ears, be patient, and rock on!

  6. Cole Ray dice:

    Overall the app is a good app, I would recommend it if you are new to playing an instrument. HOWEVER, their prices make it a hard app to keep. I started off on the week free trial, but immediately after the trial you are charged for the most expensive plan which is the yearly premium plan. The free trial is not even offered on other plans. After awhile I decided to cancel my membership, but they kept me on the yearly plan after that and wouldn’t refund me for the extra charges.

  7. mad dice:

    completey free for the most part. no ads, all it is is a teaching app for guitar. extremely useful, I’ve been using it for over a year now. lots of lessons to teach every one of the chords as well as putting small songs to make sure you don’t forget any as you continue learning more. extremely great app for learning Guitar, I 100% recommend. but without premium, you can only learn for a set time daily. but that hasn’t been a big issue for me yet. still full heartedly recommend for new players.

  8. I’m really enjoying this app so far. A suggestion for those who are having trouble with the amp detecting your notes. My guitar has a built in acoustic pickup, and rather than relying on the consistency of my volume, which is getting better, I run it through a little tiny amp I got online and set my phone right next to it. Gives it a more consistent tone to detect and I haven’t had any problems other than when I mess up.

  9. Remember I have just picked up a guitar. I like the app, especially the practice songs that can be slowed down and speed up as I begin to remember hand placement and picking the strings. I stay on a section till I can do it perfect nine out of ten times. I don’t like not learning to read music as I go, but it may be taught later.

  10. Love this app! I’m learning to play guitar. The lessons are easy to follow. Teaching me basic riffs in the begining made me feel like I could play a song and not just random chords. Gave me the confidence early on to continue. Also customer service was SUPER fast and friendly to respond when I contacted them. Will definitely continue to pay for this app!

  11. H H dice:

    This app has the right idea BUT does a poor job at it. Until the problems people keep reporting (hearing notes/chords) are fixed, I do not recommend this app. Therr are too many problems to justify paying for. Guitar: The app is has a hard time hearing notes in a chord, does not explain strumming patterns on songs, has app written songs for lessons which are horrible to play and after about ten mins of play time the app has a hard time keeping up. Singing: Doesn’t transpose the music well.

  12. The best training app I’v ever tried. You’re actually playing with a background track and can set your own speed! I just love it and I’ve tried to learn the bass and the guitar for over 20 years now and this app is going to get me to the point I can play with someone else. It’s truly an amazing piece of software and extremely well thought out. I’m still discovering features that are teaching me. Love it!!

  13. Amazing idea and fun. Some songs could be easier by changing the note placement. Example, open A and 5th fret E string A. Keeping notes closer together. I feel some notes don’t register as well as they should when played causing missed notes. I know my timing isn’t perfect, but I feel like the apps isn’t either.

  14. Its fun and helpful and I like how I can go back to a lesson and try again. No adds that I have seen, it’s also affordable and great for someone who travels a lot like me. I’ve only been using this app for a few days but have noticed a significant change. I’m still learning how to hold my wrist correctly without making it feel like I have to stretch my hand up and down the neck to hit cord but I’m getting the hang of it. Also my strumming has improved to.

  15. I can see where this may be a decent app to learn a bit about a few instruments, but it should absolutely not pop up on the very top of the page when you search for ” free guitar lessons” . The only thing that’s is free, the ONLY thing, is the app itself, so download away, but if you would like to actually use the app, better fork over a pretty hefty sum of money. I say hefty because, after all you were looking for free, and it’s far from free.

  16. Spent about week with this app. The core is quite nice. I’ve been using it on my PC with an interface and on my phone. It does an okay job at picking up the notes. Sometimes it struggles when I play chords. I wanted to expose myself to some music theory, but the knowledge tree is quite shallow. It covers VERY little. It’s missing a few features. For instance there is no distinction for muted notes. The songs are meh. On the PC side, keyboard shortcuts would nice for navigating songs (rewind and such). I love that it can use my interface with an ASIO driver. I saw from another review that if you start the trial, it puts you on a one year monthly plan if you don’t change it. I looked at my account and that is the case. That’s pretty cruddy! I know you want to sell your products but don’t screw people over through obscurity :/ Overall, I like the app, but it leaves a lot to be desired. I’ll probably come back to it in a few months or a year and see how it’s come along.

  17. Although this app is pretty great, it still has flaws. I like the interface, and lessons provided. I think it’s all really good for beginners in that regard, but the only problems are it’s spotty when it comes to identifying if you played the note/chord correctly. Often I will play correctly, and it will tell me otherwise. This can be really discouraging, frustrating, and confusing when you’re just learning. Furthermore, only being able to practice for 30 mins without paying is annoying.

  18. Very cool app, I liked it a lot, the tuning and the way it recognized my playing was fantastic. I did have an issue with the billing. It could have been just my own oversight. However, after the free trial it seemed like I was signed up automatically for a yearly subscription, paid monthly, I don’t recall selecting this. I reached out to customer service and they promptly cancelled my subscription and I appreciate that. Otherwise a perfect app experience.

  19. So far I like the app, I find that it is really useful as someone who used to play guitar alot and is trying to get back into it. I notice occasionally it doesn’t properly detect my chords even if I’m playing it right but this is thankfully rare. I also don’t like that alot of the early songs you learn are the “simplified” version which doesn’t sound like the song at all, I say go all the way or nothing. Worst part is they force you into a yearly subscription with no option to get out.

  20. I’m relearning guitar and stumbled across this and thought it could be useful. My main problem is that between nearly every exercise it asks you to buy the full or pro (or whatever the two price levels are called) version. This prompt is also at a volume level higher than the music used during exercises, destroying your eardrums if you’re using headphones (which I assume a lot of people will be). My other frustration with this app is that you get 10 minutes every 12 hours. This is exactly enough time to get your fingers warmed up and excited for more exercises only for the app to block any further progress. I think this could be a great, fantastic tool to learn some guitar basics, but as the free version stands, it’s too restrictive. I really don’t see myself using the app much longer. Edit: the developer response got me to think of this last point: if I was looking to pay any price at all, monthly, yearly, whatever, this would be a fantastic product. But I have other financial priorities, so it’s not what I’m looking for. Regardless, great work on the app, devs!

  21. It’s a decent springboard if you want to get the basics down and get a bit of a jump on your playing or introduce yourself to learning and playing music, the ability to adjust the tempo is a good tool to learn the notes/chords until you’re familiar enough with it to practice the entire song at full speed. A bit disappointed with having trouble with watching the videos lately, and they show up as checked off even though you haven’t actually watched them, not sure if it’s a glitch, or if it’s a data problem, but I don’t think a data problem would cause this.

  22. Good: The way the lessons are structured is perfect for beginners. I liked the fact there are multiple lesson tracks for different styles and instruments, it’s not just the same lesson for everything. The app tests you, if you do well enough you can skip to a more appropriate level of lessons. Bad: the app doesn’t always pick up or register the notes you play (its super frustrating). If you’re experienced it won’t necessarily skip you to a more appropriate level lesson, which can make some of the lessons boring and long.

  23. I am having a lot of fun with this app (and my guitar as a result) but I think there are a few features that can be improved upon. 1. Changing frets. If there could be a system to warn beginners when to slide up or down on the frets of their guitar similar, I think that would be much better than the current system of “I’m playing the right note why isn’t it working?? Oh its a 5 not a 3.” 2. Rock n’ Tumble’s difficulty seems a little high for passing level 3.

  24. Update: App still can’t listen correctly After more than a year learning piano on this app, I’m done. I hate it. It sucks. It’s only gotten worse with each update. After this last one, they finally fixed the colors which made it nearly impossible to distinguish the notes, but now the tempo bar is off, they removed the calibration function, and even if you aren’t playing at all you’ll get 50% of your notes right. About the same if you play the song perfect. I cancelled. I’ve had enough.

  25. Looks great! Effective lessons, helpful challenges and goals, great user interface, but is often incredibly inaccurate in detecting notes and chords. I’m sure experienced players will have no problem with it, but for a beginner like me, I find myself nailing certain sections and notes and still getting marked down for missing them. Sometimes when i’m not playing anything at all, I’ll get 4 or 5 perfects in a row. What? Chords very rarely work, it doesn’t matter how well you play them.

  26. Definitely need some more troubleshooting in the app. It simply wouldn’t load. First it verified my email but then wouldnt go past “I don’t have my guitar”. I thought I would look through the lessons at work during lunch, but my attempt seem to break it. There is no way to exit either. I had to kill the app from my phones config menu. Maybe a few updates will fix these issues. I was really looking forward to this one. (edit) can’t get past “loading songs for you” it never leaves that screen. (edit) had to Uninstall and reinstall. Then it start me singing? Never selected that. Couldn’t get out of that mode for a while. The menus are hidden. Finally found a way to select guitar. Then it started me plucking a single string to a bouncing ball, and again, I could not exit. Lol. Had to kill the app from phone config. This app has lots of potential… If these very basic issues are resolved.

  27. Updated review. Refund has been deposited into my account and all has been made good. For the short time I did use the app, it was great! I do plan to resub in the future. I paid for a month and tried it out. It is a great way to pick up a few instruments and learn the fundamentals. very cool for playing along to tracks and working on timing. Has many options for learning chords, notes, or keys, and it has a great easy to navigate layout, with instructional videos along the way for each instrumen

  28. The only thing this has going for it is the attractive UI. You don’t learn anything after the absolute bare basics, you just play songs over and over and over again until muscle memory inevitably kicks in which is not the same as learning the instrument. The app also misses notes all the time which gets old, plus the “premium” songs are just mediocre covers. I learned more om Fender Play in a week than I did this in a month. Not worth the time or energy, and definitely not worth paying for.

  29. Picks up my guitars sound in tuner but does not even pick up at all during lessons. Cannot rewind or go back to previous lessons. After experimenting with this again, it’s the stupid music that plays drowns out the microphone so it doesn’t pick up anything. Then the next lesson expects me to already know what the chords were without looking them up. I tried tapping on it, but it doesn’t give me any feedback about what I’m supposed to be playing. This is definitely a design, not a technical issue

  30. Yousician offers a lot to learn and is *very* good at guiding you through each lesson. The App comes with two flaws, the way I see it. Free version only lets you practice for 10 minutes a day. 10 minutes is good practice, but if you want to practice more, you have to pay. This part bugs me way more. The subscription is about $15 a month – totally worth it, but if you subscribe, you are contracted into a whole year of billing. Can’t just pay one month and then cancel. you’re out ~$180 no choice.

  31. This app has way too many problems to function correctly. The note detection is decent, but there is no way to calibrate timing, so if the timing isnt perfect from the start, it’s basically worthless. The PC version of the app also has it’s fair share of issues, mostly dealing with severe slowdown and audio issues where everything turns to static. Dont get premium on this app until the designers actually know what they’re doing; it’s in a sorry state currently. Wish I could give 0 stars.

  32. This app used to be amazing. You could get up to 30-minutes to an hour of play that listened and helped if you paid $14 or so a month, but now you only get up to 30 minutes. Its a joke to serious musicians who want to learn. As well, nothing works. The screens stay loading at 0% and end up failing out, either prompting you to check internet or crashing the app. Conveniently enough, the pay option still works fine though. Isn’t that strange?

  33. This app is great. But the free version has many limits. Your practice time and courses are limited, so that could be a bother especially if you want to keep practicing. It also doesn’t always pick up your sound, so sometimes you may play a note correctly, but it just doesn’t catch it. I even checked to make sure my guitar was in tune several times to make sure that it wasn’t actually me making additional mistakes.

  34. Enjoying it a lot so far but the issues i’m having are as listed: 1) the practice and training stuff is incredibly slow but when it comes to playing the actual songs, which aren’t typically accurate to the real song, they are much faster than anything you did in training. 2) A minor always says the b string is a dead note. No matter how hard I press the string, and no matter how far away I pull my finger on the g string away it is wishy washy with accepting it. It does it on both my guitars but any other program will recognize it. My first issue is just a minor annoyance that I get over easily enough, but in songs where I have to switch chords quickly and play an Am the song is absolute hell and takes much longer than necessary.

  35. Beth Lott dice:

    I’ve learned several instruments already, all woodwinds, but never a string (guitar) or off of an app. I’m liking it so far. The videos are really good at breaking things down for a beginner. “Hold the instrument like this, this is the mnemonic for the string order,” and so on. Minus one star for simplifying some of the music theory too much (a scale is NOT “basically a bunch of notes that sound good together”). However, that won’t stop me from recommending this app to my friends if they ask.

  36. Absolute garbage. This app and its uncancelable (for a year) monthly payment contract-type deal is god-awful. When I subscribed, this app had the ability to import songs and make your own charts. This is no longer the case, they removed that feature. The bass guitar in the bass lessons is completely inaudible most of the time, I can’t hear a thing that that smug looking ape is trying to demonstrate. Go ahead and try it out, but do not, for the love of God, do NOT get a subscription.

  37. I love this app. It runs great on my TV at home, and it has been very helpful for learning a bunch of new techniques. Lately it has had some issues opening the app, and is just stuck on the load screen. I’ve unistalled to try and fix the problem, but now I can’t reinstall the program. I’ve been a member for a year now, but just cancelled my membership until it gets some of the songs I’ve requested and they get the app fixed. I’ll check back in about 3 months.

  38. Overall, I like this app. I play acoustic/electric so sometimes it doesn’t pick up the notes, but only rarely. If I plugged it in it might be more accurate but I don’t have the connector for it. If you’re having issues, and not plugged in like me, I suggest turning down the media volume of the app as it interferes with itself. The same goes for the singing lessons.

  39. After starting to pick up guitar several times over the years, I decided to try again via YouTube videos, came across an ad for Yousician, and figured I’d try it out. Having played sax for 6 years in grade school, I wasn’t new to musical theory, and there are some more foundational things that _could be_ added in to the path laid out by this app. But there’s no question this app does a fantastic job of teaching you to play. Once you have calluses built up, you won’t want to stop!

  40. Managing your subscription is a mess in addition to being way overpriced. Stop forcing people to contact you directly to manage it. Make it simple to manage straight from the App. Been playing a few years. The app definitely needs some work. It doesn’t pick up the sounds coming from the guitar very well and that gets discouraging. Some of the practice games don’t lay out instructions clearly. Free trial time runs out quick. Tuning in the App isn’t accurate.

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