It's a simple fun thing to do whenever I got a few minutes. I wish it could track the progress I'm making in my learning the fret board. My response time keeps getting faster and faster. It would be cool to see a graph that could show how I progress over time. An atertaficial intelligence program could create personalized tests for me that would focus on areas that I'm having with. But that's proby asking alot for a free program. All in all, pretty cool little game.
Love it! I learnt the whole fretboard in a couple of weeks with this app just having fun in odd moments. I still do it a few times a week to get my speed up definately the best of the free apps. Only thing I would change is to add an option to mix up flats and sharps. 49 secs is my best time so far ☺
Solid App It's a solid and easy to use app. As others have mentioned, I would really like to see something for ear training. Another thing would be to add a couple different game variations. For example, find the notes of the Major scale etc.
Good practice This is really helping me learn the fretboard once and for all. Some welcome improvements would be to be able to pick a certain part of the fretboard (like first 5 frets), and also an option to practice flats and not just sharps. Maybe sounds could be implemented as well? Overall it's very handy though.
All accidental notes are sharps - there's no training in flats. That is such a weird omission, yet a huge flaw. A guitar player is much more likely to think in terms of Bb than in A#. Otherwise, I'd give it 5 stars.
looks great, works good, but needs more options. The user interface is better than other apps, but there is only 1 game with no options. Problem with that is, beginners need to focus on 2-3 strings only, so testing them on the whole fretboard right away is not ideal.
This update fixes the following bugs:
- Frequent notification that the app has stopped running
- 14th fret "B" note incorrectly identified as "D" note
- Inability to use Back button to exit the app