Music Note Tutor Free

Music Note Tutor Free


(2 stars)


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Music Note Tutor Free is a simple and effective app designed simply to teach beginners on reading music notes for piano or anyone who would like to improve their sight reading abilities. The goal is to identify as many notes as you can, as fast as you can without any mistakes. At the end of the quiz, you will get instant feedback on your number of wrong attempts and your total elapsed time. Targeted for beginners who are just starting out learning music notes and sight reading to give them a gentle and fun introduction without all the complexities. This app can help you improve your music sheet reading skills with continuous practice.

This free version is ad supported.

Key features:
- Treble and/or Bass Clef Notes
- Practice and Quiz Mode
- Good quality piano samples
- Multiple Difficulty Level
- Random Notes Generation
- Different Notation option

Music Note Tutor Free
Version 1.0.4
Copyright © 2013
Network Technology Tutor

Tags: music note tutor, music notes kids, musical notes 3 4 3.

Recently changed in this version

- Version 1.0.0 Initial Release

Comments and ratings for Music Note Tutor Free
  • (35 stars)

    by Annie Mei on 02/01/2014

    Works well for me.

  • (35 stars)

    by Shmuly Engelman on 02/01/2014

    I have no problem with ad supported apps. It's what allows developers to give us apps for free. The problem with this app is that it pops up notifications, and creates shortcuts on your launch screen.

  • (35 stars)

    by nishi singh on 27/12/2013

    Awesome I m so improve

  • (35 stars)

    by Zachattack b on 15/11/2013


  • (35 stars)

    by Manila English on 26/10/2013

    When you first run this app there is a message stating that you agree to allow their advertiser to place ads directly on the front page of your device and in the notification tray.

  • (35 stars)

    by Pam Palmer on 26/09/2013

    Spams you with constant ads via notifications.

  • (35 stars)

    by Jae Murphy on 09/09/2013

    Does it do what it says? Sure. Is it worth the hassle of dealing with the bugs and ads? Absolutely not. If you want to learn the notes that bad, make flash cards. That's what I did. Also, there are apps similar to this but of better quality.

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