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XyloFun is much more than just a sweet Xylophone app having a full-octave of keys with perfect pitch - it's an entertainment extravaganza for kids! XyloFun also includes a perfectly tuned piano and a Drum-kit with "instruments" you won't find anywhere else. For example, where else would you find a doorbell, cuckoo clock, laser blaster, and telephone in a drum kit? Aside from those awesome musical instruments, XyloFun also plays sounds from real farm animals and vehicles. Tap the picture of a rooster and you'll be cock-a-doodle-dooing right along! Tap the animals one-at-a-time or mix them all together to get the full barnyard effect. And these sounds aren't just me going "moo" - these are real sounds from real animals! XyloFun's vehicle sounds include emergency vehicle sirens, boat, plane, train, bikes, helicopter and trucks - we got trucks! Last but not least, XyloFun has the World's First Parrot Xylophone! Be warned - with 5 recordable parrot keys, your kids might not give you back your phone. Each parrot key lets you record a message of up to about 20 seconds long. Then just tap the parrot to hear him repeat what you said in his parrot voice! It's fun and you'll be doing it over and over again - guaranteed! XyloFun's never-ending Free Trial includes just the Xylophone and shows advertisements. Play it forever - it's yours to keep! Pay just 99 cents to get all six XyloFun play modes (Xylophone, Piano, Farm Animals, Drum Kit, Vehicle Sounds, and the soon-to-be-famous Parrot Xylophone) and remove the advertisements. Your kids will have hours of fun with this, and of course, you will too!


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Published by

ImproviSoft LLC

Developed by

ImproviSoft LLC

Release date


Approximate size

17.79 MB

Age rating

For all ages


Kids & family


Get this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported

English (United States)

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