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Big Box Labs
5,000 - 10,000 downloads
by Chris Romano on 25/05/2014
Its great at what its for, but it gets a bit boring after a while.
by Victor Rendon on 21/05/2014
It's a great app. It does help a lot to learn musical notes.
by Chris Shaw on 09/05/2014
Only used it 2 days and ive seen a massive improvement in note recognition. Well worth £1
by Jennifer Bartlett on 02/05/2014
by Sharon Hambrick on 25/04/2014
by Viktor Már Leifsson on 18/04/2014
I'm very happy this exists.
by incrediblemelo on 17/04/2014
Wish that there are an option to play bass and treble (both) randomly
by Marilee N. Cruz on 15/04/2014
Bought Upgraded version that has Flats & Sharps for $1.00. Free version does not. As a piano teacher, this app is a perfect, fun & no stress tool for my students to practice their sight reading. 5 stars
by hecsdmd on 04/04/2014
It's ok for beginners!
by Yacoub Yassin on 24/03/2014
by Reinhard Roland Ebol on 22/03/2014
Best note trainer/refresher/reviewer. Gazillion thanks.
by Troy Linhart on 18/03/2014
Whether you want to learn theory or just get a better understanding of how music works, this app is fantastic. Flawless, no bugs so far and only after a day I know the treble staff much better! My confidence in reading music is at its best and I can't wait to advance to flats and sharps. And at the price of ONE dollar, so worth every penny!
by Lisa de Waal on 16/03/2014
Very good app. Lots of options, all levels and my favourite part is that it shows my accuracy of each note individually. I would like this app more if I could see more about my mistakes, for example if I can see that I keep on mixing 2 notes up, I could be aware.
by Blatimir Bahena on 08/03/2014
I like it
by david perez on 06/03/2014
Thanks for the help