Great app!! I love it!! Great for beginners!! This app helped me to better understand how to quickly read notes. I noticed improvement within an hour of playing. Really cool. I've been a musician for ever, but have never been able to read a note of sheet music. I just didn't get it. Now with this app I'm really getting an understanding for how it works. I use this app and a music theory app. They're great together. l Highly recommend it. Suggestion: Add a mode with sound only and no illustrations. With the same view mistake option at the end.
Really great app for helping with learning to sight read. Does just as you'd expect. The progress tracker and achievement system (via Play Games account) help make a game of learning, giving you a target to aim for other than just improving sight reading skills. Previously I had said that the adverts and lack of a paid option costs this app the 5th start, but I've recently discovered you can get rid of ads by completing the included "quests". Once done the ads are gone so my review has been updated to 5. Literally no downside here, great app.
Would Pay for This App App is really nice great because it turns your studying notes into an actual game almost! I wish there was a way to make the ads go away, though. I can't stand them and would pay for this app in a heartbeat. Please give some option for people to remove the ads!!
The game aesthetically designed, simple to get, and very useful. A few suggestions though:- 1. Allow the option for landscape vs portrait use; 2. Allow option to toggle between the letter notes and piano keys; and 3. Allow option to toggle duration of sounds. Lastly, I don't know if it's an issue with my phone or the game, but the low A on Bass clef doesn't play haha.
Fantastic app. Been playing bass for around 12 years with multiple attempts to learn to sight read. This app has made my latest attempt a lot more successful. Being able to track your progress makes learning bizarrely addictive. Essential for all learning the clefs, regardless of experience.
Yeah great concept. I'm wondering how much the maker knows.... I don't know if it was autocorrect or if you really meant to call a staff a stave. The bass reference is my favorite because I am a treble player and it helps with piano
Added multiplayer support via Google Play Game Services.