JoyTunes is passionate about all things music. Our mission is to enable anyone to learn and play an instrument of their choice. We have the musical background, technical know-how and the drive to ensure that anyone, anywhere, can learn any instrument. JoyTunes was established in CEO and Co-Founder Yuval Kaminka's garage in 2010 along with company CTO Roey Izkovsky and Musical Director Yigal Kaminka. JoyTunes apps have been downloaded by more than 3 million users and 1 million songs are played each week. JoyTunes app, Piano Maestro, was ranked #1 education app in over 20 countries.

The idea of JoyTunes came to Yuval, JoyTunes Co-Founder & CEO, while visiting his nephew one day. Tom was much more interested in playing his Wii, and showing off the skills he mastered, than playing his piano. Tom’s mother could not rip him away from his game console for 10 minutes to practice his piano, with a huge argument ensuing. This is where the light bulb went off in Yuval’s head. Why not combine the aspects of video games with music? And from there – the idea JoyTunes was born. JoyTunes’ team consists of internationally renowned musicians, rock star gamers, educators and child psychologists. We are passionate about all things music and dedicate our time to creating extraordinary music apps that will motivate practice, engage students in playing and ultimately improve performance.


JoyTunes is honored to have won numerous awards

  • EMI
    EMI innovation challenge 2013 – awarded to the most innovative music related startups from across the music business value chain.
  • NAMM
    NAMM Best Tools for Beginners 2011, 2012, 2014 – award given to the most relevant and innovative products for school use.
  • Parents choice
    Parents’ Choice Award - Parents' Choice recommends the best in children's media
  • United Nations
    United Nations e-content award - The World Summit Award promotes smart content for smart people. It awards e-Content that contributes to a true knowledge society and promotes it at a global congress.


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