Works on a ASUS C100PA-DB02 10.1-inch Touch Chromebook Flip 1.8GHz, 4GB Memory, 16GB eMMC .Plays very nicely and is easy to use on it. I"m not an autoharp player so I don't know how it is supposed to work or be played but maybe this will let me learn without having to buy an autoharp until I see if I like it or not.
Promising, but terrible. I really wanted an autoharp/omnichord type app, but this one isn't it. It fails at registering most strums, and there's no option to just play a chord omnichord-style. the latter I can ofcourse forgive, but the former makes this unusable. Additionally the interface is cut off/wraps around, it doesn't go fullscreen, and I'm missing the zoom buttons.
Next best thing to the real Plus, it's always in tune & you can virtually leave the chord button pressed. I've been a big fan of the iPad version of this app & have wanted it on my Android phone. I have used the app to practice songs on the autoharp, & amazingly it feels like that experience helps prepare me to use the real thing or could even be a temporary substitute if I don't have a physical autoharp in hand. Great job! This would be a great app for music teachers, students, nursing homes, & for anyone curious about the autoharp.
Good start This demonstrates the concept, but there is so much more potential. What I would really like to see is more like an all-software touch screen version of Suzuki's Q-Chord/Omnichord. Don't need the drums or accompaniment, but a full set of chords, and various voicings for the strum plate (piano, guitar, violin, etc). Plus bigger chord buttons, fine strumming/picking/tapping control, design aimed at larger tablets. Any interest in taking it to the next level? I for one would be willing to pay well for it...
Autoharp This app really sucks. It is nearly impossible to push 1button at a time, because they are too small. No matter what you push, it sounds out of tune.
As of october 2015 this app still does not work on samsung note 10. strings are sporadic and getting to the settings not possible. If you have android fogetaboutit. The refund is a hastle on top of that.
- Fixed the behavior of pressing multiple chord buttons together. In this case, all the strings muted by each chord button should be muted together.
- Fixed the behavior of pressing a different chord button while a previous chord is playing. In this case, all the strings muted by the new chord button should be muted.
- Enlarged the touchable area around the Settings, Info and Zoom buttons to make them easier to press on smaller screens.
- Dropped support for Android 2.