Android MIDI in Marshmallow

Android MIDI in Marshmallow

About Android MIDI

Android 3.1 and later support USB On-The-Go, which permits an Android device to act as USB host to drive USB peripherals. The USB host mode APIs introduced in Android 3.1 permit developers to implement MIDI over USB at the application level, but until recently there have been no built-in platform APIs for MIDI.

Beginning with the Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) release, device makers can enable optional MIDI support in the platform. Android directly supports USB, Blue Tooth Low Energy, and virtual (inter-app) transports. Android indirectly supports MIDI 1.0 via an external adapter.

MIDI Apps on Google Play

Free MIDI apps on Google Play
Paid MIDI Apps on Google Play
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