Simple, lightweight, elegant, open-source (no funny data collection, I checked), and ad-free. I've used a number of tuning apps and this one takes the cake. The active frequency readout lets you tune much more precisely than other apps that try to be cute about it (I'm looking at you Pano Tuner), and the design is instrument-independent – No-hard locking to expected frequencies means you can tune any instrument with it. Protip: Touch the body of the phone to the body of your instrument for a better frequency reading if you are in a place with a lot of background noise.
29 people found this review helpful
Awesome. No other word for it. I have some basic coding knowledge, including Linux, so I am aware just how tricky it is to create an app like this, that works in real-time with the microphone. Plus, as there are hundreds of different Android devices out there, that just adds to the complexity. Using this on my Moto G7 Play, it works perfectly w/tuning my Clarinet. THANK YOU for not placing ads in this, even though that costed you money undoubtedly. But as a consumer I attest that it's sweet. 👍
27 people found this review helpful
What a pleasant experience ! Downloaded this after purchasing a "SNARKIE" - the little plastic tuner that snaps onto the head of guitars, mandolins , violins, etc. The instructions were clear, maybe, to a "P-H.-Dee in music theory. I got lost making judgement calls in setting the thing up I was unqualified for . There seemed no path to return to standard tuning for my brand new fiddle. The Noteworthy Tuner solved my dilemma as a novice. It opens quickly , is consistent in all phone mfg.'s.
7 people found this review helpful
Darshan Computing, LLC
October 9, 2020
Thanks so much! So glad it's been so helpful!