flowkey vs yousician

Yousician vs. flowkey

Yousician and Flowkey are two of the most popular piano learning apps and programs.

You can use Yousician for the guitar, ukulele and bass, however flowkey is designed purely for the piano.

After testing both of them out, I personally found one to be much better.

Let’s first highlight the main differences, then discuss my recommendation.

What’s Different About Yousician and flowkey

The main thing I noticed is that Yousician has much more of a game type of feel, while flowkey is clearly designed for learning songs.

If you want to learn piano from an app, which has a very “video game” type of feel, then try Yousician.

If you want to learn the piano by practicing how to play specific songs, then flowkey is recommended.

Why I Recommend flowkey over Yousician

I started with a free trial of flowkey, and I immediately loved how fast and easy it was to get started.

You sign up, (click here to get started for free) and within minutes you can access courses or songs. It's that easy.

sign up for flowkey

With Yousician, you are forced to go through a few steps, you can’t access all the material right away (not with a free trial), and I just didn’t like the whole layout when compared to flowkey.

With these screenshots below, you can see that its layout is very much like a video game. In some cases, you need to finish a task to unlock the next stage.

piano lessons with Yousician

locked content with Yousician

dashboard with Yousician for piano

flowkey is just easier to use in my opinion.

Perhaps I'm not into the whole "gaming" side of things, but I like to access specific material when I want.

What I also like is learning to play from practicing specific songs. flowkey’s main selling point is their huge library of songs you can learn how to play.

flowkey dashboard

But that’s not all. They do have very informative courses as well.

They have an Introduction Course consisting of 10 large lessons, and they’re continuing to develop more courses on chords, pop piano and reading sheet music.

flowkey courses

What I liked most, is that accessing the material is simple.

I like to use it on my laptop, and I simply navigated to the side panel, choose my course, or choose my song, and load up the lesson.

Here is a screenshot of the song lesson “Diamonds” by Rihanna:

The dashboard for learning with flowkey

As you can see, the video lesson has the piano featured on the top, with the keys highlighted, and the musical notation below. It’s such an amazing set up in my opinion.

Again, getting started took a few minutes. It’s so fast and easy.

I would honestly just recommend you try flowkey for free. You can sign up, and see if you like the way the program works. It you don’t, then consider testing out Yousician.

Bottom line, start using flowkey and see how you like it. Click here to get started with a free account.

About The Author


I'm Tyler, the webmaster here at VoicesInc.org. My passion is music, and my job is to supply reviews and articles about all the different ways you can learn and produce music online. I hope you find this website helpful.