Nice and clean interface, but still lacking I like how the interface is clean. You can customize the time signature and the tempo. I also like the "main beats" feature in such that you can combine different note values in accordance to the time signature. For example, you can use 4 quarter notes in a time signature of 4/4. Conversely, you can use a combination of 1 dotted-half and 1 quarter note for the same 4/4 time signature. One thing I miss on this app is the "swaying" animation of the beat visualization. It lacks the analog swaying movement of a metronome. This would help me in slow tempos. You can subdivide your beat, and that helps when you're listening through headphones, but it can't do that visually. I hope this will be a feature in the next update.
Best free metronome The one feature I was really looking for was simply the ability to accent more than the first beat. This is by far the best metronome app simply because of the way you can customize the beat. You can accent any beat and even put in rests. And it's got the best and most streamlined GUI too.
Pretty much perfect This metronome does everything that you could need. It's the only free one I have found that allows you to create your own beat subdivision pattern for working with tricky rhythms in complex time signatures.
this thing is awesome Saw instructions on youtube and was sold. Exactly what I like, has the numerical count value plus an easy to watch strobe pattern. I've been using for drumming practice. Should be good for performances as well.
thankyou for this great app the first of 4 metronomes i have tried that i like .i love its simplicity and i love its flexibility . i can really tell you cut no corners and this was crafted to be a useful tool . i would love it even more if it could stretch to being a learning tool , i.e with educational notes , or even suggestions about rhythm , as im fairly new to music and this app hints at so much you can do with rythm . i promise upgrade when i can . thankyou .
Unique, best metronome The interface may look odd at first, but in fact is brilliantly conceived. The circular movement and the flash at the start of each measure are easy to keep track of in peripheral vision, with your phone on the edge of the music stand, which is valuable if you play a loud instrument like saxophone and can't always hear the beeps. I tried many apps which attempt to imitate traditional metronomes or use flashing dots, and none are as easy to keep track of as this one.
- bug fix for a synchronization problem between audio and animation
- better synchronization between audio and animation
- choose between light and dark theme
- accents and rests supported now on every main beat
- bug fixes