Do not use this app if you have an Android. It basically plays itself. You can hit a random note and it is still marked correct and when you have to play a song with the blue line 99% of the time it doesn't work and you have to restart that lesson over and over until it does. My sister has a iPhone and uses the app just fine no issues whatsoever but the company is just to lazy to fix it for Android.This app has so much potential but they are to lazy to make it good. Do better.
194 people found this review helpful
I'm giving 4 stars, because the tutorials are good, but the part that listens to you playing is not great and can be pretty all over the board. sometimes it will pick up my voice and count it as a note or a cord, testing this out slapping my hand in the desk at the right time also counts as a correct cord on any of them. sometimes i know i got the cord correct but it starts me over, sometimes it's 3 incorrect cords and sometimes it's 1 before it resets me back to try again.
75 people found this review helpful
The app does really good teaching you to make chords and switch fingers and such. The apps for apple and Android are very different though and it feels like they got lazy when they adapted it to android. Playing along to songs is pointless other than just to practice. It won't pick up correct chords half the time, but if you open strum it says the chord is right. (Guitar is tuned with the app tuner) Still think it's worth it to learn to play though, just aggravating trying to play along
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