Just the right ticket I believe this app has the right amount of challenge to help me get my perfect pitch back "in tune". Just trying to get over 75 in the insane level to start. 40 years ago I would have sailed right past that score. Too little piano playing for way too long. Thank you! Next day: I got past 120 points in the insane level with a perfect score! Being able to replay each challenge and take my time to visualize the tones on the virtual keyboard in my head really helps. Onwards & upwards! Thank you Absolute Pitch.
Great idea!! but... I like this app very much, it helps me a lot. But there are features, that would be nice, if this app had them. For example, I would like to change note names. Sometimes I just misa note because I listen Es instead of Dis, or B flat instead of Ais. It is a bit uncomfortable. Then, it'd be good, if you had not only piano sounds. Because there are people, that recognize piano sound well, and want to practise recognizing other instruments too. Also on my LG nexus 5 I can't submit my scores to rankings.
Look here It is a awsome app to test those that have perfect pitch. But no tonal refrance is added. It's guessing until you get a note right and have a refrance. And once you get one wrong it moves to a new note. Like that will help? I just got a note wrong and have no idea what note I'm comeing from. I can identify the interval but no concept of what note is sounding. This app is like a slot machine. Just keep guessing and you'll get it but to learn or anything you need a piano near and several years of useing it.
I gave it 2 starts because looks like it is a great idea but u can't play it for more than 2-3 notes before it crashes. Sometimes it crashes before it even loads. Please fix this thing because i would like to play it.
Needs more difficulty levels, should use more octaves, should tell you the missed note and should allow you listen again to the wrong note. Also doesn't jump around enough, so my relative pitch sense knows what now it is without me being able to develop my absolute pitch.
I'd love for the app to tell me the right answer when I get it wrong. It's very frustrating getting it wrong and not knowing how far off I was from being right!