Can't fault it This tuner is fast, easy to use and accurate. What more do you want in a tuning app. I tested using a keyboard, and it detected right down to 22Hz (way lower than a 5 string bass) and up to 4500Hz (high piccolo) without any problems. Anything outside this range was probably due to the limitations of my phone's microphone, and would probably only be of interest to my dog or any passing bats. Oh, by the way, if you feel the scale is reading backwards, there is an option to reverse it, and to change b to #.
Pano Tuner I used the free version for several months and once I got used to it, I decided to buy the full version. Worth every cent, and more. I especially like how easy it is to set it from 440 to 432 Hz...or any other frequency for A...and that it retains my settings till I decide to reset them. My only regret is I can't give it more than 5 stars.
Elegant, Quick, Accurate! After several years of using the free version of gStrings I finally made the switch to Pano because after a friend showed & recommended it to me. Honestly, there's no comparison IMO. I really love this tuner, it shines in ways gStrings just doesn't... I'm officially a convert.
Cello beginner I have never tuned a string instrument before and this app made it very easy. Being a beginner with a limited musical ear other tuners left me unsure if I needed to be tightening the strings or loosening them. With this app you can see accurately the current note and then know what you need to do to tune it. Now tuning is very quick. Thank you.
Good interface, Multiple tuning systems I like that pitch is displayed as a scrolling spectrum. Most other tuners just display the note name, sometimes with a needle, but those are both inaccurate representations. I also LOVE the ability to change to just intonation. This app is doing wonders for my ear training, especially hearing/singing pure thirds and microtones.
There is no equal. Yeah, those ones that mount on the guitar head are very handy, but if you want to be really in tune this is the one. There are two gauges you can use to tune with, and they're both always visible. One is as good as all the others, and the other is if you really want to be absolutely in tune. Oh, and it works great in noisy environments, like the TV, or other band members. I think it's outstanding!
Fixed bugs of high resolution devices
Works better in noisy environment
Works better for bass instruments
Improved sensor for bass instruments
Fixed crash problem while loading in-app purchases
Faster launch at startup
You can upgrade to the full version to use custom temperaments and remove banner ads