Real Drum

Real Drum

Real Drum is one of the simplest apps we have seen on Google Play but unlike other such apps this one does feature functionality. As the name of the game suggests, Real Drum will allow you to use drums and other similar instruments to create your own music.

All you have to do to make music is to tap on the virtual drums and then find a beat that allows you to create a song. In case you get stuck the app comes with several sample songs that show you how to play this game. The game also allows you to record your own songs and in addition to export them as MP3 files so you can enjoy your own music on other devices too. The interface of the app is very simple too, so it will not present a challenge to the average user. All you will see is just the drums and in 2D graphics only but it can’t be any other way given the nature of the app.

Real Drum is a great game. It allows you to create your own drum music by using a very simple interface and do all this for free! In addition you can export your own music as MP3 files to other devices too. So if you are into music, then try Real Drum – oh, you will like it for sure!

Real Drum is here on Google Play.

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