Uggg, it is a trial app. It isn’t rally free.
Very good app but at $99 per year. Won’t let me unsubscribe during the one week trial period which I have to assume the developer hopes I’ll forget the renewal date. I think this is deceptive business practice.
This app is amazing! After only using it for a few days, I've already seen improvement in my pitch. When I realized I could only learn up to 6 lessons in each category without premium, I was fully ready to spend a few bucks and purchase the full app. But then it reveals that is $99 for a whole year?!? That's insane, especially since the app says it only takes 45 to achieve perfect pitch and has 45 lessons per category. This is outrageous. There NEED to be other payment options. If not for this, my rating would have been 5 stars🤷♀️...
Not the best but #prettyawsome
I would gladly pay for this app for all that it does but there is absolutely no reason this should require a subscription. Especially at $99/ year. The developer is greedy and won’t be getting my money. Switch to one time purchase and my money is yours.
To all those who are considering paying for this app’s services in order to learn perfect pitch, it is worthwhile noting that current scientific data indicates that it is impossible for humans to learn perfect pitch above the age of 6, and possibly even earlier. I’m not going to call this app a scam, and relative pitch training can be effective at any age, but keep this in mind if you plan on spending money for perfect pitch training.
Not the right way to do advertising. Plus it’s unusable on iPad Pro 12.9 inch. “Next” button never appears because the screen is too large to scroll the content. UI looks nice though.
Well-designed exercises and clean, pretty UI. So happy I found this app!
I like the concept of this app, it allows easy practice and development of musical recognition. But the app can not help if the user is unable to access the majority of it. Every time I click on a Practice button, the app freezes for a moment and then shuts down, no matter the type of recognition. The app also behaves this way when I go to click the left tab.
A good way to learn pitch.