Kickstarting your next iOS music app

Recent years was amazing time for iOS developers as well as for iPhone and iPad accessory manufacturers. We have seen hundreds of truly unique music apps in the Appstore and many cool devices that were manufactured by large companies like IK Multimedia or “garage” startups with no large investors or previous success history but still very successful. Who knew iConnectivity team before they made their first interface for iOS? And today you can find most of their devices in every Guitarcenter

Most of the developers invest their own resources to create their apps, others find early stage investors and of course most of the beginners were thinking about crowdfunding their projects.

While most kickstarter projects fail to become successful, many app developers and device manufacturers are looking for funding through kickstarter. 

Let’s take a look at 3 most successfull Kickstarter MusicTech projects:

C.24 – The Music Keyboard for iPad

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Nice small wireless Midi keyboard and iPad dock in one device. iPad. The ultra portable C.24 transforms from a protective cover into a piano-style keyboard at the touch of a spring-loaded latch. The project get $136K from the Kickstarter.


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RemoFinger is wireless foot controller for iOS. A great device for guitar-players that are using iOS devices. The project raised $31.7K.

Dato Duo

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65 000 EUR raised

A nice idea of creating a pretty simple synth (but not as basic as some may think) for two – great sound-learning tool for the kids and their parents. It is great to see unique project successfully getting funded in just one month!


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