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.
Have tried several free guitar tuning apps, this one best so far. Easy to use and more accurate than a Fender clip-on I have. Has adds but only in small strip across top of screen so no big distraction. Only complaint is no metronome. Good tuning app.
Fast response and I like the sliding note names (C, C#, D, etc.). I prefer that to a +/-50 cent needle combined with a note name that jumps, especially while practicing intonation on a violin. Also works during choir practice with difficult chords - it still picks up my voice among others. - - - I don't really care for the skeuomorphic vintage look; I'd rather have bigger, clear letters. I'd also prefer mixed sharp/flat notation, i.e., C C# D Eb E F F# G G# A Bb B C.
Fast and easy It literally took my less than 30 seconds to tune my instrument with this app (record!). I had tried 2 other apps, yet they just totally messed me up. My instrument was even more out of tune, even though it said I was in tune. I'm just smiling at my luck at finding this app, just a month before my contest thingy.
Chromatic Pano Easy to read. Works for guitar, mandolin, and upright bass. I haven't tried it on electric instruments as I have a tuner on my pedal board for that. But acoustically it does a nice job. What I don't like is signing up for adds, which magically appear on my android when engaged in tuning. At least an add filter so I could view something I would be interested in.
Fast response, accurate I had this on my phone and deleted it because it would only display in landscape mode, but most other apps that I tried since didn't work quite as well. I re-installed it. It just works well. I can overlook its only other drawback: defying convention, the needle points left rather than right of center for a string that needs less tension.
Low-frequency detection enhanced.
Sorry for the inconvenience, dear bass players!
Fixed bugs in new phones.