Ok, I can now install Englitina for Android on my Archos 80G9.
It is fun and it sounds nice. I can press up to four keys simultaneously.
The graphics are pixelated so maybe a future revision could take into account higher resolution screens. I think that I only have one other Android app that behaves this way - and that has not been updated by its dev in a couple of years.
I also wonder if more keys could be accommodated on tablet sized screens?
PS. You forget the air button
[Added after playing with it a bit longer:
So it seems to me that I should be playing the Englitina with the back of the tablet on my belly and the screen facing away from me so that I reach around to play the notes. But the Englitina seems to be designed to be played with the tablet facing the player and you have to push on the notes from the front - which feels, to me, a lot less concertinarish than the other way around.
The left hand seems OK, but the right-hand side seems to be a mirror image of what it should be: D and G are played with the middle finger instead of the index finger.
Maybe I am missing something obvious as I am a beginner tina player]
Edited by bufflehead, 08 May 2012 - 08:01 PM.