10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by Chen Juntao on 29/12/2014
All it lacks now is the choice to expand the keyboard to 2 octaves
by Mark Crowley on 27/12/2014
Simple and just the job for learning simple notation
by Larry Noe on 25/12/2014
The free version doesn't do it justification
by Bolivar F. Torres-Alvarado on 22/12/2014
Been using it for about half an hour, and I love it already! Makes it fun and interesting to sight read, specially cause it gives you history and scores per attempt, therefore motivating you to improve and overcome past scores. Options look a little messy at first sight, but doesn't take long to figure out. Kudos to the developers!
by Francisco Innecco on 19/12/2014
Really helps me! Sometimes a bit buggy with maintaining my clef settings (it sometimes reverts to G when I choose F) so please fix that and I'll change this to 5 stars. ;)
by Bryan McGregor on 17/12/2014
I'd give it a five but I just got the app. I decided the lite version was too limited so I forked over the 1 coffee unit price. I can already feel myself learning the ropes and everytime I play/learn I have this urge deep in my loins to continue until I have a new high score. It rewards you for learning! What else could you ask for in a app like this? Gotta love the internet age...
by Roibeárd Billson on 17/12/2014
I highly recommend this app to any wanting to learn to read music. This app makes the learning great fun! I play with it whenever I have a some spare minutes, . Kudos to the developer!
by Richard Schofield on 12/12/2014
Helping me really good
by wanchoke piromyoo on 10/12/2014
This app have very useful customization system to make it suit for everyone . Statistics chart is good for follow how user have progress .
by Aftab Alam on 08/12/2014
Like that you can set the range of the notes and build it up as you progress. Focusing on left and right hand separately. Am learning to associate notes with fingers which is slow and this is helping.
by Tracy McGarey on 07/12/2014
This is a very good app. There are a couple of issues that need addressing however. Firstly, and most importantly, the keyboard needs a 2 octave range, not the single octave currently given. It is really important when learning to read music to know, not just which note is to be played but where it is in relation to its position on the stave. C4 is not the same as C5 on the piano but this app lead
by Greg Jacobs on 05/12/2014
My only critique is that there should be lines above and below the staff for the "staff write" portion. Its too difficult to guess the approximate position of the notes to be written. Also, there should be a brief pause after you write the note, so you can absorb the position in your mind. Other than that, a terrific learning tool.
by Stephan Cismowski on 03/12/2014
by Jonathan Huggins on 01/12/2014
by SpitzyKat on 30/11/2014
Reading the notes is becoming easier. I appreciate that there's an app for this.