GarageBand Reviews – Page 7

4/5 rating based on 1534 reviews. Read all reviews for GarageBand for iPhone.
GarageBand is free iOS app published by Apple Inc.

Almost the best app ever created


This is the best! I love instruments and using them virtually! But just one teeny question, I am new, and I started this 2 days ago, I might have this question answered. Anyway, I do not have a guitar at my house. Only a ukulele, piano, 2 PIANOS! Electrical keyboard and cello, I’ve been having some trouble with the AMP and I dunno, doo you have to have a real guitar? If this gets answered, I’m giving you five STARS ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I like this game, but there’s a problem I’ve been having.


I enjoy the variety of instruments and drums you can use, but there seems to be a problem with the coffee shop beat set. The noises sound fine, but for some reason it’s off tempo, playing faster than it should when I listen to the beat. If that could be fixed, that would be much appreciated. from THEOOOZEE3000

Please fix AirPods issue


For a cheap, user-friendly app for music production, it’s a good value. My only current issue is when using AirPods, the autoplay option for guitar or piano plays faster than the metronome. This is a ridiculous annoyance especially coming from Apple, a company which so heavily pushes their own accompanying products.



Worst app it makes me put a loop noise and when you do that you can’t hear your song

Great, but major problem


I’ve found some kind of bug related to changing automation on certain tracks or trying to copy and paste it. Each time I try to, it crashes without saving. I’m using an iPhone SE so perhaps it’s limited processing power is to blame, but I’ve never had this problem before the new iOS update. It’s very frustrating to make progress on a song only to have it the progress deleted. Any help would be very appreciated.

Caleb dont be redicules

The Freecandy

Ive never heard of anyone who would complain over to many choices. Its ridicules. You “cant create music cause there are to many options” ? Oh for god sakes! In my opinion there are not enough. Every time a new pack or instrument setting opens up, I feel like my head will explode from the excitement. I mean I never write reviews but this Caleb guy just made me wanna say something. Ok carry on! Apple more,more,more..thank you.

It deleted all my loops suddenly!

T Coop

I went and started playing my favorite song when they suddenly just disappeared please fix this! In all other ways it is an awesome app and Still deserves five stars!

It’s not working


I love GarageBand, and I wanted to try it out on my new IPhone 11 Max Pro. It won’t load for me. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling. Help?

Give back the import to YouTube pls


I love GarageBand and I’ve been wanting to upload my music but it won’t let me and now people who want to upload to YouTube have to go through a really annoying time consuming process to upload music

Not for professionals


If your looking for something that’s going to sound clean and has quality sound and pluggins this isn’t what your looking for. The main reason for three stars is the fact it doesn’t have pitch bend or any modifiable filter mods, just a live fx table I personally find a little difficult to use. The other reason is it only allows around 30 or so tracks at once in a project which makes the production of a full legitimate song very difficult. I understand that it can be harder on your phones operating system but in my opinion there should at least be a setting for that. I also found that there was a lack of sounds, for example: I couldn’t find a proper 80s snare for the life of me in both loops and drum machines which is essential to producing any type of synthwave. Also if you looking to mix or balance anything, good luck. It’s nearly impossible. The sound carries over even with volume automation down especially if your using the stock reverb or echo in track settings. It also tends to get very buggy the bigger you project gets. There’s also a *lot of bugs with volume automation. Long story short it’s great and user friendly for beginners looking to learn the basics and start making their first tracks, but if your an experienced producer I wouldn’t recommend. One thing I can add is if you have $30 laying around there’s a pretty good synth you can download for it. But I’d go with a more expensive setup on pc like ableton or fl studio if you want to take this seriously

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