Amazing little app and WITHOUT ADS!! I absolutely adore this app. It lets you improve your sight reading skills. You can choose the number of accidentals and even select the key in which you want to practise. You can choose from 3 difficulty levels. There are some features that would improve it, like being able to save your score, or increase/decrease the number of keys displayed, but those would be a bonus. Also, why not also creating a chords exercise? I would be willing to pay for it!!! Anyway, thank you for such a great app!
Great Quick and easy to use, very efficient practice of piano notation. I downloaded dozens of similar programs, and this one was the best one and perfect for learning music notation and piano key orientation. It is especially good for beginner or early intermediate adult learners, or motivated youth. Made more progress reading music in an hour of doing these drills than in a month of stumbling through trying to play sheet music. Highly recommended!
Unreadable Previous reviews described exactly what I was looking for but Initial setup screen was totally unreadable (HTC One). Uninstalled immediately.
The best Hands down the best sight reading app, not to mention free. Other apps just give you random notes out of context and here you have the most piano like experience.
Exactly what I was looking for This app is excellent to learn notes both from sheet music and on the keyboard itself. You can see improvement from the percentage given on time taken and mistakes. Highly recommend this app.
Could only be better if it accepted MIDI in I've tried a LOT of apps to help me learn while on the go. This one is by far the best. I hope you add a MIDI in feature so me and the kids can all improve our piano sight reading skills when we are at home too! Awesome app. Thanks!
- Program "advanced/bass clef" showed keys that were impossible to play in two-octave mode
- Learn stage is now optional (change in options menu)
- added version label to show the current version inside the app
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