Excellent App Interesting pricing structure: download pro for free and get very few options and no ads (until you pay of course), or, download "lite" version and get all features for free but with ads that are actually less intrusive than the ads on the pre-payment pro app. So... if you don't mind a small advert banner, lite is better. Everything works fine, more features than I'm ever likely to use. Happy bunny.
This used to be my go-to tuning app, but in the last couple of years they have removed more and more options from the free version. Now, it is barely worth opening. All of my favourite styles of tuner have been removed. Not really impressed with that. It is good and accurate, so I can't take that away from it, but if I could have kept the version I had 18 months ago, I would be a lot happier.
Loved it when it had the full bar strobe in it, now it is barely worth opening... Can I install a preupdate version or what was the patent issue (meaning where can I get what I need). If I can get a prior version or help getting the ful strobe I need I will gladly give 5 stars. This was a great tuner until that was removed... BTW still is mildly Ok for guitar, but the removed tuner was what I use for tuning pianos, it was literally that good...
Fantastic The app goes beyond what a tuner can do. my tone def wife can see what note she is singing usually a b flat. my kids enjoy making the lights stop blinking, enhancing their ability to hit a solid note in almost a game kinda way. Its free , its on my phone, i can't say enough good. ads don't pop great work
Best view removed They remover the only view I cared about in the latest update. I have the pro version too, but I didn't even use it because I liked the full view where you see the exact current chord/notes in relation to all the others. I guess now I won't use this app, until they put it back. I'll be happy to change my rating to 5 stars when that happens.
Was once the finest... ... and I bought into the iOS version, too, to get the feature, but losing the polyphonic array is a deal breaker. Worst is to discover this upon whipping-out the app in rehearsal. I'm skeptical about infringement but if, by some stroke, it is (cite number, please. "prior use"??), the lack of due diligence when releasing that app is surpassed only by the lack of innovation to replace it with a functional equivalent. Good thing for backups.
1.0.22: Maintenance update.