Pano Tuner - Chromatic Tuner

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About this app

The top rated chromatic tuner on the App Store is at last available on Google Play!

Get your guitar tuned just in a few seconds. Never struggle with your tuner being out of battery!

Pano Tuner listens to the sound you make and shows you the pitch. You can tune your instrument accurately by looking at the offset from the pitch that you want to tune to.

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☆ Quick and sensitive response
Just try this app now and see how quick and sensitive it is to your sound.

★ Wide range of pitch sensor
This app is a chromatic tuner. It follows any pitch your instrument can make. Bring any of your instruments - guitars, upright basses, trumpets and piccolos.
Note: Because of the differences between the microphone specifications among android devices, the sensor range can vary.

☆ Customization

- Adjust the concert-A frequency to make your instrument in harmony with your band.
- Change the sensitivity to tune your instrument more accurately.
- Use non-standard tunings to make your own harmony. Pythagorean, Just intonation, 1/4-comma mean tone and more temperaments are ready for you. You can add your own temperaments to make your chords more in consonance. Note: this is the full version feature and you can use after upgrade.
Updated on
Feb 2, 2024

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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

37.4K reviews
Scott Biggs
March 11, 2024
Has nice features, but messed up on something very important: it got left/right as sharp and flat backwards. Sharp should be to the right, not to the left. Absolutely counterintuitive. Messed me up during a studio season. While i really like everything else about it, i have to use a different app; i can't risk making the same mistake. (There doesn't seem to be a setting to reverse this.)
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Martin Flynn
January 18, 2024
Former 5 Star review: Easy to use. Great for alternate tunings. Update: Sadly, the new version of the free app is terrible. Visually, it has no style and is completely generic. Practically, it is harder to read than the old one. There is no simple way to exit the app, an annoying app trend. Obviously, they want you to pay now for what was free last year by just downgrading the free product to something no one would want.
4 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
November 12, 2018
As a registered piano technician I can decide the best stretch by ear. This app shows me very accurately whether a wire has changed from the pitch I intended. (The app validates my ear and my ear validates the app--we agree.) The app is much faster at showing whether a pitch has slipped. Age has dulled my ear in the top half octave, but the app can hear all the way to the top on every piano. On the lowest few notes on all but the best pianos the app does not do well and I use aural tests--probably because fundamental frequencies are absent.
16 people found this review helpful
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