The simplicity of the app is the most impressive thing of all! I will be using it for managing the tempo of my exercise repetition (at the gym!). A timer (in seconds) would be really helpful. Yes. It should stop after a set time. The time should be configurable in seconds too. And beep once done. Is there a way I can contact you? I need to embed this into another app of mine.
Perfect titling. It is very simple and accurate. Tap tempo option is excellent. Really need to be able to turn off the blinking red "LED" though! I'm sure it varies phone to phone, but I'm hearing the click when the blink goes out. And I'm not convinced the visuals beat evenly at higher tempo. Visual perception tricks possibly, but I can't use it when the screen's in sight! Works great on the table behind me though. 🐢
Free, works well, no ads, no unreasonable permissions - what's not to love! The full-screen "Visual Click" is great to have. This app can be part of a musician's toolkit of essentials; Tap Tempo answers the question "how fast are they taking that?" I'd also suggest DaTuner Lite (unless you play piano, accordion, vibes, or another instrument you don't tune yourself). You might also like LiveBPM (for a few dollars), an "unmetronome" that listens and detects the actual tempo, with a numeric display plus a graph for the last five minutes.
I was looking for a metronome to keep time for breathwork in my meditation class (in for 4 seconds hold for 4; out for 6 Etc) so I only need something simple. Don't want bells and whistles or intrusive ads and this was perfect. I do however need a good natural and non-intrusive sound. I liked the woodblock sound- perfect for a meditation class. The duck was a very entertaining addition. The wet fart? Fell over laughing! Thanks for that unexpected bonus :)
Great simple app. No ads making it the best. Thanks for the app. Could you add another tab for 2nd Accent note. Say to it measures to the number, then moves and skips to the accent beat? It would enable odd time signatures like 5/8 7/8ths etc.
This and Irrational Metronome (for the rare complicated odd meters) cover all my needs. This one has a very clean and easy to use interface. It allows me to tap the tempo, select different click sounds, and says what a particular tempo range is called. Very nice. The uncluttered interface allows me to use it on the fly, such as to tap out which tempo the conductor is using during rehearsal, so I can write it down in pencil on my sheet music and practice at the same one later at home. It can also blink the screen in time to the tempo, but I keep that turned off because I don't like the blinking and because there is a slight delay (in any case, a little red indicator light also blinks, which is enough for me).
10.10.4: Now remembers behavior on other app audio request (keep playing with other audio) between app executions
10.10.3: Option to ignore audio interrupts and continue play while other apps use audio. While in this mode it WILL NOT stop when the phone rings.
10.10.2: Favorites selections are larger, fixed bug that displayed incorrect sound label after reboot, improved layout on small devices.
10.10.1: Tap tempo is now more stable.
10.9.1: Save both tempo and current accent beat with favorite
A simple, quick and very accurate metronome with a natural sound and no ads.