Beautiful app that works perfectly I've tried many metronome apps over the years, but this one blows all the others out of the water. I personally prefer a simple, 1-sound, 1-beat tick (like a real metronome), so that's how I use this app—but it has plenty of support for all sorts of rhythms and time signatures. I love how beautiful the UI is, and best of all: it's completely free! No ads! It honestly made me consider buying one of their wearable devices, but I think $99 is just a bit too pricey to justify for a student like me. Thanks! :)
Poor Algorithm Doesn't calculate odd time meters correctly. I tried 4/4, which worked correctly; then changed it to 8th notes, which worked. But when I changed it to 7/8, it produced 14 ticks: two for every seventh beat notated. That's not 7/8 though; that's counting the eighth beats of a 7/4 time meter. There are other metronomes that successfully work to much wider capabilities.
Only used for 10 mins but can't fault it, maybe 5 stars but this is early feedback. I like the friendly layout. The 'tap' is in its own space, and the speed dial concept to fine tune tempi. I would 'like' a mute button / icon on the main screen though, rather than the two steps more through settings. This way you 'know' you are silent before hitting start. Important in some settings, conducting e.g. when for whatever reason (dancers) you need to be 'spot on' at their tempo. Thoughts?
No Backup and Restore?! This means if you change devices, you have to start all over again! No thanks! Reply to your reply: Storing backups on your server makes for more work for you, and keeps users hostage, whereas a simple backup/restore function to/from devices is easier for you and does not trap users.
Good, standard metronome app It's simple and easy to navigate. I like the color schemes, but I'm a fan of black and white in general. You can easily put accents and change time signatures. Not too different from other metronome apps though. There's a slight delay when you hit play, longer than other apps I've used. Bottom line: its a good, standard metronome app.
No landscape mode (looking for a tablet-friendly laylout), otherwise seems like a pretty solid app. A few splash-screens too many and if you had +/- 5 BPM buttons, it would make it a lot more usable for quick BPM upping and downing (it's faster and more precise for quick changes than turning the knob around).