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This app works like a real autoharp. Push one of the chord buttons and strum ... that's all there is to it!

Autoharp uses high-quality audio samples and matches its volume to your strumming speed for realistic playback. It also includes options to show the active strings, or keep your chord buttons pressed, to make playing easier.

The phone version uses a condensed interface with proportionally larger buttons. The tablet version uses a realistic, full autoharp interface, and also includes a zoom mode for easier button control.

To see how the app works before you buy it, to send feedback or to request help, please visit http://www.autoharpapp.com.

PLEASE NOTE: The Android version includes the same core functionality as the iOS version, but does not yet include digital effects, custom layouts or MIDI.

PLEASE NOTE: This app is tested on a variety of devices before each release. If you experience a problem on your device, please email me (from the link on my website) so I can look into it. I reply to all emails promptly, but I have no way to contact users who post bug reports or feature requests in the reviews section.

 Free in Google Play


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Version History

Launched Mar 09, 2014 (about 5 years ago).
Oct 03
Version 1.0.1

- Fixed the behavior of pressing multiple chord buttons together. In this case, all the strings muted by each chord button should be muted together.

- Fixed the behavior of pressing a different chord button while a previous chord is playing. In this case, all the strings muted by the new chord button should be muted.

- Enlarged the touchable area around the Settings, Info and Zoom buttons to make them easier to press on smaller screens.

- Dropped support for Android 2.

Mar 09
Version 1.0


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