Tuner - gStrings

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.7
236K reviews
10M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

gStrings is a chromatic tuner application measuring sound pitch and intensity. This is the ad supported version.

It will let you tune any musical instrument (violin, viola, violoncello, bass, guitar, piano, wind instruments, your own voice/singing).

Features include:
1. multiple built-in instruments and tunings,
2. support for user-defined custom tunings,
3. a long list of built-in temperaments (just, pythagorean, meantone, comma, etc.),
4. support for user-defined custom temperaments,
5. orchestra tuning (shifting/redefining tone frequencies),
6. pitch pipe,
and many more.

If you were looking for a guitar tuner, try it!

(*) the INTERNET permission is used for ads only.

(**) most of the historic temperaments were included courtesy of NetCat AG.
Updated on
Jan 31, 2022

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4.7
236K reviews
Tyler Pirtle
May 10, 2022
Overall, definitely one of the better tuning apps. I use this app for turning my guitar. personally my favorite, but I have notice a couple issues. Sometimes transitioning notes can take an annoying amount of time to process the change. Also lower frequencies, like the low E string has been difficult for the app to identify. Issues seem to slightly improve with higher volume.
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Breezy22
April 27, 2022
It's ok. I use it to tune my lyre. It does have trouble sometimes identifying a couple of notes in the right octave, which I find strange. It also varies extremely from a very small upturn or downturn of the string. However, it's the best app I've found so far without purchasing a tuner, so there you go.
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A Google user
April 19, 2020
I have been using this app for several years. Never a problem, always quite accurate. The only downfall is that - since you dont plug into it or pick up vibrations off of it - it has to be fairly quiet, otherwise you pick up other instruments pitch, or the pitch of someone's voice. That's to be expected and is fairly easy to work around. Thanks for an awesome app!
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What's new

Maintenance release with updated libraries and bugfixes.