Play Accordion On Your iPad

Picking up an iPad this weekend? Fortunately, time spent with your shiny new toy doesn’t have to mean time spent away from the accordion. Alex Komarov has developed a new app called Accordéon which allows you to simulate playing an accordion on your iPad. At $3.99 — plus at least $499 for an iPad — it’s cheaper than a Roland FR-7, but probably not as fun to play.

Accordeon on iPad

See also: Play Accordion On Your iPhone


  1. for sure it’s better than not playing accordion at all…but I’ll take the real thing any day (and I’m not talking about some dude named Roland)

  2. Hey Chris
    I haven’t seen anything here or in the Yahoo groups from you for some time so I was just posting here to see if everything is ok for you and yours.
    SD :)