Best I tried several. Although this app looks like an actual pitch pipe, it is still the most useful of the lot. (Usually, an app that attempts to imitate the look and feel of a real-world tool fails to take advantage of the usefulness of a portable touch-screen tool, as evidenced by the plethora of on-screen typing keyboards that look like real-world keyboards and are thus klunky to use).
Settings not available on Galaxy Note 5 Is there a fix for getting to the pitchpipe settings on the Samsung Note 5. Settings cannot be accessed on the note 5. Need an icon on screen to get to settings. I need F to F scale for barbershop music. How do I add file to get settings customized? Great app otherwise. Worked great on S3 and S5. Now I have a Note 5. There is not a way to get to the settings again.
Not happy You can not customize this app like it is being advertised. I want my money back.
Can't Access Settings Menu from KK 4.4.4 Works great ... but with the upgrade to KitKat 4.4.4 on my Galaxy S5 I can't access the Settings Menu. That Key on the phone was remapped to show recent apps.
I can't change settings. I want F to F.
ok, doesn't really add too much for my needs I was hoping the reed organ option would sound more like a normal pitch pipe - it does somewhat, but still sounds obviously computer-generated. It does look like a real pitch pipe (the only app so far that does, AFAIK), for the nostalgic. However, for raw functionality you could probably do better with one of the many tuner apps out there, or for more realistic sound, just record a real pitch pipe into mp3 or wav files.
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