Tone - Learn Perfect Pitch!

Tone - Learn Perfect Pitch!

By Daniel Kuntz

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2016-08-17
  • Current Version: 1.32
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 102.23 MB
  • Developer: Daniel Kuntz
  • Compatibility: iOS 10.0+
Score: 4.5
From 1,155 Ratings


Tone is a fun and simple game to help you improve your ears and sing with perfect pitch. - Simple, intuitive interface - Choose your pitches and octaves - Difficulties ranging from easy to expert - Practice mode with reference pitch - Transpose the notes to different keys - Tone generator to hear pitches for practice - View note names, piano keys, or use solfege - Share your score and compete with friends! Tone Pro is an auto-renewable subscription with a length of 3 months for $64.99, 6 months for $89.99, or 1 year for $129.99. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy and Terms of Use:


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Beautifully simplistic

Very useful.
By calledthesun


So easy to get the sounds and remember them
By Carderock8

$129.00 subscription

I just received an alert from Apple stating that Tone was trying to charge my Apple account a $129 renewal fee. Umm. No.
By Eryin Francis

Dark pattern business mode

The few minutes that I used the app aren’t really enough to review the app performance, but the dark pattens used to try to get me to subscribe are worthy of a negative review. Using the app constantly pushes you into paying for the pro model; this isn’t a bad thing by itself, but the methods used to persuade are very misleading. First, “asking” for pro upgrade consists of a full screen modal dialog which does not provide a method of closing until the user has scrolled to the bottom. Second, after closing the dialog a second dialog opens with a big button to upgrade. There is no obvious way to close this. The user needs to click on the payment button to proceed and then cancel out of the next screen. Third, most of the features in config are pay gated, but the user isn’t informed until an attempt to change the value is made, which starts the full cycle listed on my first point above. Additionally, there is no monthly payment option, and the upfront costs are very high. This isn’t really “dark” but it’s definitely a barrier to entry. It wouldn’t be nearly as annoying if you didn’t feel so pressured into upgrading. Please don’t support these bad practices by buying into them.
By Tsuujin

Be cautious with Touch ID!

It’s too easy to inadvertently sign up for/authorize an automatically-renewing one-year $130 subscription when the ‘free seven day trial’ pops up - by panicking “No!!” and hitting the home button to close the app. Actually killing a $130 subscription requires spelunking your iTunes account within seven days. This most-expensive-option-first setup is deceitful.

Another One Bites The Dust

A wonderful app, ruined. What was once a gem is now grossly plagued by subscription service and annual payments.
By xX-D4R13N-Xx

Helps with improving

It’s helping me remember what notes sound like and helping me as a choir and orchestra kid with intervals
By Goodest bros and sis


They made me review so zero stars
By MaxEdCr


Just started but looks promising!
By Markus RB


This app said $3 a week. Then I see that I’ve been charged $129. Deceptive. An ok app, but not worth that much.
By real life mom friends listener


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