Here is our compatibility page to make it easier to find the best device to play your Freedrum Kit. You can find links to all of our apps, devices compatible and not with Freedrum, information on latency, and more.


Freedrum | iOS & Android

Compatibility Chart

iOS iPad macOS iPod Android
iPhone 7 & 7 Plus
12.9-inch iPad Pro 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Gen Macbook Pro (Mid 2012 and newer) iPod Touch 7th Gen Google Pixel 4, 5 & 6
iPhone 8 & 8 Plus
11-inch iPad Pro Macbook Air (Mid 2012 and newer) iPod Touch 6th gen Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8+
iPhone X & Xr
10.5-inch iPad Pro Macbook (Mid 2015 and newer) Samsung S9 & S9+
iPhone Xs & Xs Max
9.7-inch iPad Pro iMac (late 2012 or newer) Samsung Galaxy Note 8, 9, & 10
iPhone 11, 11 Pro, & 11 Pro Max
iPad 5th & 6th Gen iMac Pro (2017 or newer) Samsung A6 & A7
iPhone SE 1st & 2nd Gen
iPad Mini 5th gen Mac Pro (late 2013 or newer) OnePlus 6 & 6T
iPhone 12, 12 Pro, & 12 Pro Max, 12 Mini
iPad Mini 4 Mac Mini (late 2012 or newer) OnePlus 7 & 7 Pro
iPhone 13, 13 Pro, 13 Pro Max, 13 Mini iPad Air (3rd gen) Mac Mini (late 2012 or newer) Samsung Galaxy S10 & S10+
iPad Air 2 Sony Xperia XZ3

*Huawei & Honor Devices - We have tested the top of the line Huawei devices and experience a large amount of latency so we do not recommend Huawei users to purchase Freedrum. 

Operating Systems

We support apps on iOS, macOS, and iPadOS. We have our Sensorware app on Windows to connect your sensors to your device, but you will need to download an DAW (Digital audio workstation) of your choice to play Freedrum on Windows.

We support Android devices with the following features and hardware:
•Bluetooth 4.0 or higher
•API 23
•Android 8.0 or high
•Midi over Bluetooth
•Pro Audio
•Low Latency Audio
•Allow Location Services / GPS - we need this to connect your sensors to our app. *we do not track or share your location with anyone.
We understand that these are not the easiest things to identify. That is why we have a diagnostics test within our Sensorware app.


It is one thing that your device is compatible - it is another if it has latency. What is Latency? Latency: the delay before a transfer of data follows an instruction for its transfer. To put it simply, it is the time it takes for you to hit a drum or cymbal with your sensor and the sound to travel out of your devices speakers. Where Apple has championed the world of Midi & Bluetooth over Midi - this is where Android struggles. Latency is not something we can fix through our app. Unfortunately, this is with your device.

We use Juce in our apps and they have an in-depth chart to better understand latency issues with a device like Android. You can see that here.

For more information on connecting your device, setup, and FAQ on using Freedrum head to our Setup FAQ here.

Give us your feedback