It does 'train' the listener to recognise certain notes. I believe the previous reviewer (Scott) is mistaken as Bb is A#. Have not reached that point yet.
Great way to keep ears sharp. Would suggest more game variations. That would set you apart from the other apps.
So annoying that you don't know how to spell simple intervals. A minor 3rd up from G is B flat, not A sharp. Its as if the app was developed by someone who doesn't understand the language of music. Why are the levels not incorporated from scales ??? There's nothing revolutionary about it. Its just a relative pitch drill by someone who is apparently clueless. Its a simple fix.sort the Spelling's out and learn how to derive melodies from scales.then it would be great, but overpriced compared to my favorite ear training app which does a lot more and for a lot less!!! The app crashes on my tablet if I use it for more than a few minutes. Can I have my money back please? Eric A# and Bb sound the same. They are enharmonic. But they are spelt differently for a reason. G to A# is an augmented 2nd. G to Bb is a minor 3rd. Its OK if you don't understand. The developer of this app doesn't get it either.
rhythm, dynamics and tempo are all vital elements of melody. none of which are developed by this app.
Excellent melodic training. Great addition to the web app. A similar android app focusing on rhythm would be amazing.
I will rate it again after I have used it for a while. In the mean time I will give it a 3 based on the the excellent PC/Web version BUT I would have liked it to have been free for existing PC subscribers.
- Added "read_phone_state" authorization to improve the stability of the application.
- Minor bug fixes.