Song Key Finder

Contains adsIn-app purchases
3.7
818 reviews
100K+
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Everyone
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About this app

Have you ever been listening to a song, or have a friend playing some chords and want to know what key the song is in? This app could help.

This little helper can be used to identify the key a song is in via several methods:

* Analysing live music via the devices's microphone
* Analysing a local audio file on the device
* A set of user-entered chords

All analysis is performed locally on the device, so doesn't use your mobile data allowance.

The results of a scan can then be saved to be referred to later if required.

If there is a song that changes key part way through, on the song detail page you can enter the chords, or analyse via the microphone while you play that part of the song.
Updated on
Oct 16, 2022

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This app may collect these data types
App info and performance
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
3.7
818 reviews
A Google user
September 18, 2019
I'm sorry but I just could not figure this app out. It may be a good app as far as transposing and such but with no guidance as how to take the desired song and transpose it into a workable key it was just to complicated to do. I just wanted to be able to play the song and have the app transpose it one key up or down and the touch of a finger until I found the key that was right for me. Never got that done.
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nCore App Services Ltd
September 18, 2019
Thanks for the feedback, Ill try to make that more straightforward to use in a future update.
A Google user
December 18, 2018
ive been using this to sing my own songs into to see what notes and key my voice register, it was correct at the key. for this reason alone I would buy it, except... if you use the function for adding chords/notes/keys sections, there is no way to change or add a key without it being placed at the end. So if you messed up the first (like me) you have to delete and re add everything to get your order back. Make some changes here and i'd donate. not used it for known songs so cant comment.
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monte0472
June 5, 2022
I use the live scan feature. It usually gives a minor key. Sometimes it's the relative minor to the major key that the song is actually in but other times the song is actually in the minor key. You have to figure that out on your own. If the song feels sad, it's probably a minor key. When it showed a major key, it was usually wrong. Stopping & scanning again would sometimes give a minor key & then what I said before applies. Every now& then it'll miss the key all together but not often.
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What's new

- Fix for importing files with bad characters in the filename