How to Get Duolingo Music Course

If you want to know how to get the Duolingo Music course, you’ve come to the right place. The language learning app keeps widening their offer of classes beyond languages, first to math and now music. I’m sure it’ll be pretty interesting to master music basics. So, let’s find out how to do it!

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how to get duolingo music course
How to Get Duolingo Music Course

How to Get Duolingo Music iOS

To get the Duolingo Music course on iOS, all you have to do is update the app to the latest version. You’ll then find the option in the upper left corner of the home screen, right in the language selection part. As far as we can tell, it’s still somewhat in beta, so you might not get it at the same time as other people, but you’ll get it eventually. So, yeah; it’s not a separate app, but just an upgrade of the existing one, very much like the Math course.

According to the FAQ found here, music lessons will count towards your overall streak, and they will initially only be available in English and Spanish. You don’t need to own an instrument in order to the music class, but the current selection of instruments is limited to the piano keyboard. Which makes sense; it’s kinda the only instrument you can easily translate to a touchscreen.

Duolingo Music Android Release Date

So, that’s how you the Duoling Music course on iOS, but what about an Android release date? Sad to say, there is not even a mention of it in the FAQ or anywhere else. We haven’t got the slightest idea when that version is going to begin rolling out. Of course, we’ll be sure to keep you up to speed, but I wouldn’t be surprised if we had to wait until late 2024. Shame, because while I can play drums and guitar, I really wanted to see what this course has to teach me. If nothing else, I’d love to learn the basics of piano. Here’s hoping it happens soon.

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