Best notation app yet, but... This is years ahead of any other android app in functional music notation. Given the promise it shows, I'd even be willing to pony up with other other users to help fund the development of more advanced features. I've got some ideas that would make this app potentially more useful than a desktop app. At this point though, I don't seem to be able to export out of the app, to import, or to print. That makes it not so useful. But keep it going! This could be really good!
Good at what it does do Very easy to enter a single voice/track. Some quirks--you must select key and time sig. before entering notes; change those and it dumps your work. I'd like more features added: polyphony, transposing, add lyrics, multiple time signatures, read/save some standard formats . . . . But it does do simple things well.
Great This app is perfect for someone like me who is doing grade 6 music theory (composition question with modulation) however is far from perfect. I'd be happy if the devs of this app have a patreon or something we can donate to, in order for them to make this app amazing. As it is very very useful. there are some bugs such as in the tuning pipe(?) Part the screen is rotated and 3/4 of it is cut off, also, the note disappears when I try to place and I have to listen to get near the right note. I would love to see multiple staves and the ability to put more than one note at the same time (chordal music). Otherwise, great app.
It's okay, but mine doesn't seem to work properly Downloaded this to my android phone and am have trouble with changing keys and time signatures. Don't know how to open a saved file, too. Would be nice if the developers offered some kind of tutorial on using their app.
It's great app, but doesn't work anymore. I can't see the notes when I'm placing them, I just have to flick it onto the staff and adjust it when it appears. And the pitch pipe only shows 3 options to play. The app isn't working for my Samsung galaxy s3. Fix it and I would be happy to change my review.
I reall like this app. It's not super fancy or difficult to understand, and it has all the functions a casual player transcriber like me needs. My only challenge is that it doesn't have the alto clef. I'm a viola player, and it really disappointed me that the clef I use is missing. I'm going to keep the app for the pitch pitch and metronome, but it be great if the alto clef could be added so I could make proper use of this app.
We fixed the problem with the application not recognizing a file name.