When I was a kid, my parents desperately wanted me to learn how to play the piano and electronic keyboard. I took classes for 7 years and got really good at it, until I realized that I loved listening to music but not playing it. I just didn't have the ear for it and I couldn't tell a re from a fa if my life depended on it. I do envy those who can play instruments though, mostly the guitar. It just feels cool.
It's never too late for me, though, and neither is it for you. If we put our mind to it, I'm sure we can be good guitar players. Well, decent ones at least. And there's an app to help us do just that. Songsterr, from the famous eponymous website, offers guitar, bass, and drum tabs for hundreds of thousands of songs. All legal, all user submitted, all moderated. It's a great app for beginners and experts alike, providing plenty of features like a guitar engine, offline playback, multispeed playback, and loop.
The app normally costs $4.99 in the US and around the equivalent price in various countries. Today though, you can grab it for next to nothing. It's down to GBP 0.10 in the UK, EUR 0.10 in France, Germany, Spain, Italy, and a few other European countries, and AUD 0.20 in Australia. At the time this article is being written, it is not discounted in the USA ($4.99) or Canada (CAD 6.04). I haven't checked all countries, but it could be discounted in a few others as well — sound off in the comments about your location and the price.
Songsterr has over 100,000 installs on the Play Store, which is considerably enormous for a paid app, and an average rating of 4.6 over more than 10,000 reviews. I don't think you'll regret grabbing this one, especially since the app unlocks all the content without any need for IAPs.