Rocksmith+ guitar-learning is Soon Landing to iOS and Android


Ubisoft’s Rocksmith+, a guitar-learning software with a library of more than 6,000 songs, will launch for iOS and Android this June. That’s fantastic, right? And the best is yet to happen!

Learn to play the electric, bass guitar, or acoustic with the aid of Rocksmith+. Some of the features are note recognition, learning aids, and immediate comments. The library’s music selection will number in the thousands, and additional songs will be added every month. This week, Ubisoft releases a mobile version of its guitar-learning program, one that some of us waited for quite a long.

On June 9th, you may get Rocksmith+ on your iPhone or Android device. Meanwhile, the release dates for the Xbox and PlayStation versions remain unknown. Thankfully, the PC version of Rocksmith+ is also fantastic.

What are your thoughts about Rocksmith+ so far?

Here’s something to look forward to:

Ubisoft also provides free guitar tuning software for mobile devices running iOS or Android. You may use the microphone on your mobile device or just plug in your instrument to check your tuning smoothly.

What’s cool is that the program features more than 30 tuning presets so that you may experiment with a wide range of tones until you find the perfect ones for you!

How to get Rocksmith+ on your device?

To access Rocksmith+, a paid membership is required. The prices are $15/month, $40/3 months, and $100/year. There is a seven-day trial, but if you don’t want to keep using the app after that, you’ll obviously need to pay up for the yearly subscription and then cancel right away.

Ubisoft’s Rocksmith+ is a sleek guitar and bass-centric music teaching program available via subscription. It followed the massive hit Rocksmith from 2014 and was released on September 6, 2022, for PC. Users may jam out to songs in the Rocksmith+ catalog, which includes hip-hop, pop, rock, country, Latin, and R&B, using their own instruments.

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