Review from A Google User
Does work on S2 Update 25/03/12: The problem seems to have been fixed and the app is now working fine on the S2, that's very nice! Few comments to reach 5 stars: The piano animation seems to indicate that the app recognizes fairly well the low pitches also and being a bass, that would be great to have the graph pitch vs time going to C3 (even G2?), or have the possibility to specify the range in settings. Settings is in fact the biggest missing option to render the app quite perfect. It would be great to be able to specify the range to display. Setting could also indicate the most common options and include a help section to indicate the controls and how to (controls/shortcuts are not obvious currently). Improving even more the accuracy/stability of the pitch recognition of course would be great, though the current state it's already very impressive. Overall, one the most useful app of it's kind on the market so far.
Not there yet Very good idea but not there yet. All you do is watch... can't even playback nor record.
Does not show the correct key YOU are playing in
No good Tried on my galaxy s3. Wouldn't work
Not working Does not work on my Galaxy S3. It fails to recognise my singing pitch.
It's a good beginning but not there yet. Might try again in a few versions time.
Chromii Tell just how bad a singer I am. You can't fool yourself anymore. Hey better that you know. Rather than everyone cringing when you sing. App 4stars, my voice 0.2 stars
- improved touch navigation, now octave can be selected
- 2 octaves mode
- display left to right, right to left option
- minimum level control
- enhanced pitch resolution
- analyze moved to c++ (much faster now)
- export to Excel CSV
- export as JPG
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