Good but buggy Love the Truefire platform but two major bugs on my Android OnePlus One device. My favorites disappear after logging off then on. But they reappear after setting a new favorite. Second bug is not all the lessons are visible on Android. Big one for me was the new Tommy Emanuel is visible on the website but not on device.
Good on phone; needs Chromecast support Assessment after 12 hours: Good app for accessing Truefire content. Haven't tried downloading yet, just streaming. Disappointed that Chromecast is not supported. Also, wish that more videos were in true HD. Thanks for finally doing Android!
Been waiting for this app, but try as I might I cannot use it , constantly stalling, shutting down on startup and lessons stopping at regular intervals. Lessons struggle to download too so can't even use that property either . Bad app
On my Samsung Tablet S3 Android 4.4.2 only the introductory video is available. I can't see either the individual lessons or the description. Unusable for following the courses.
Love the Truefire instructors and content. The Android app is a piece of junk. There is no continuous play in the Android app, which means, you have to fumble with your phone every minute to keep playing. Not a good solution if you're driving an hour to work
Too buggy to be much use. Patchy access to my courses, only first sheet of score visible, no access to GuitarPro files, no access to downloaded content to use in other viewers, no ability to save content to SD. Has needed updating for ages but Truefire don't seem to be interested in the Android app. Shame because the lessons are generally very good
Fixed a small bug relating to the 'My Courses' section.