Tuner T1

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4.0
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About this app

Tune any musical instrument (guitar, violin, viola, bass, piano, cello, flute and many more) with this simple chromatic tuner. Tuner T1 also comes with a handy Tone Generator that plays any musical note as a reference for tuning. A must-have tool for musicians!


- Simple to use with live pitch recognition
- Extremely accurate (can be tuned to an accuracy of ±0.1 cents)
- Tone generator that can generate reference tones over a note-range of 3 octaves
- Ability to set the frequency of A₄ (for tunings where A₄ is not 440 hertz)
Updated on
Aug 21, 2020

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4.0
1.37K reviews
Brink Trammell
October 31, 2021
This is a GREAT visual tuner, but the drones only seem to work when I have my finger on the screen. On flute, I can't play all the notes if my fingers aren't on the instrument so I can't compare my intonation to the drone. It would be wonderful if the drone notes would keep playing so I can get visual and auditory feedback as I practice my intonation.
14 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
May 21, 2019
A cool, creative approach! Rather than using a sliding indicator or needle, this app shows the current tone as an updating sound "history" moving around a straight "precise pitch" line. No note played on an acoustic instrument is steady—the very act of playing it changes its pitch—so in this way, this app's more "honest" than those that average notes out to more general tunings. I just wish the lines were larger and easier to see—there's certainly enough horizontal space to do that.
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A Google user
March 6, 2019
It does a nice job of helping to visualize vibrato. For my needs, the lack of tuning system variations is a deal breaker, but that's not important for most people (I tune to 1/5 comma meantone, or a later circulating temperament).
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What's new

This update includes improvements in the user interface.