Bop with the Bebops on your iPad


Cool cats – are you ready to jam with the grooviest band in town?

Meet the Bebops, a colourful, crazy bunch of musicians who are all set to put on an amazing concert but need your help holding the auditions.

Bebops, an educational app with a musical focus, was recently launched by LisbonLabs.

There are more than one hundred and fifty characters vying for the chance to be on stage in Bebops, each with their own distinct style and sounds including jazz, hip hop and reggae. Choose your groove and then let the crazy cast of characters audition. You can combine the different musicians to create new tunes and you can also save and share your compositions.

Bebops is certainly much more fun than the average music making app – the different characters and the stage set-up, complete with spotlights and a guy that sweeps up at the end of the show, set it apart. It also has an edge over other children’s music making apps because of the enormous variety of sounds and instruments available.

Twenty musicians are included with the free download and the rest come in ‘packs’ based on musical themes, available as in-app purchases. That said, there’s much music to be made with those twenty musicians, certainly enough to keep kids entertained for quite some time.

Bebops is available free on iTunes however parents should be aware that the app includes in-app purchases.

Katrina Whelen

Katrina studied planning and design, did the hard yards working in a big office building and then traded it all in for a relaxing (!) life at home with four children. She now fills her time with writing, completing a degree in genetics and taxiing her children around Melbourne to their various sporting commitments (not necessarily in that order).

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