The iOS App comprehends many features including connecting to the Self-Playing Pianos to play songs and lets its user sit back and enjoy as the piano comes alive! Besides a fully-loaded music app, the App also facilitates recording and playing MIDI files .
Provide a branded app with a unique customer experience.
Allow customers to make in-app music purchases delivered by Apple.
Reduce legal risk by separating the MIDI piano performance from the MP3 master recording (originalartist performance).
Integrate with one or more third-party music subscription services (such as Apple Music) for master recording content.
Complete re-branding of PianoDisc’s iQ iOS App.
The app will feature a “store” tab, in which albums and songs are available for purchase. Music content will be purchased using Apple Pay, and pushed by Apple to the user’s app immediately after completion of the sale.
In-app purchases in at least the following markets (and respective languages) will be supported: USA, UK, EU member countries, Australia, Canada, Mexico, China, Japan, Thailand, and Russia.
A monthly subscription will be offered to customers, who will be given unlimited access to certain music collections.
Technical Architect, App testers and App engineers went through the documents and drafted a sprint-plan that laid out further development stages.
As the development kicked-in, Git repositories were set up and access was shared across the teams.
Sprints were rolled-out as per the Sprint plan duly reviewed by the App Tester.
The Backend engineer coordinated with PianoDiscs back-end team and the App team of iWebServices to integrate the two systems.
All communication were carried through TeamWorkPM tool, Skype and Phone calls. Weekly Sprint reviews helped everyone to remain updated.
Integration engineer, Tech Architect, iOS App developer & Backend Developer worked closely to finalise the builds and made sure the App is published in the AppStore after passing the required due-diligence.