Auricula 4+

Interval Ear Trainer

Simon Braun

    • 4.6 • 8 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


No tracking, no registration and no subscriptions.

Do you want to practice your sense of hearing or do you need the skill to identify intervals for your musical development?

Then Auricula is your first choice!

Features you don't want to miss:

- Exercises with various degrees of difficulty: Ascending, Descending, Random and Simultaneous Intervals

- Selection of intervals for your exercise: all, weakest and custom

- Endless Mode with high score, where you have to identify the interval of the previously played note

- Clear input of all intervals and displaying the right interval after three wrong inputs with automatic replay

- Learning Progress Indicator for the overview of your abilities, displaying the average of the last and all-time exercises

- Get reminded of your daily exercise in order to get a steep learning-curve

Do you have questions or feedback? Send an email to:

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

• small bugfixes

Thank you very much for using Auricula - If you want to support me please consider leaving a review in the AppStore.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Funkie.Skunkie ,


I’ve got some ear training apps and I already love this one! The app actually feels like a game, i’ve already paid for the pro version within a couple hours playing it because I know its worth it. Thank you for making learning this skill fun and easy to study and for not ripping off us musicians with greedy subscriptions!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for this awesome review!

If you have questions or feedback don‘t hesitate to get in touch: — Best, Simon

Handturkey ,

Just what I needed!

This app trains your brain! It is customizable allowing you to select intervals as well as ascending, descending, random, etc. Really liking it!

Developer Response ,

Hey Handturkey,
really appreciate your awesome feedback! If you want to spread the word, feel free to follow Agiligator on social media.

For extensive feedback, ideas or questions shoot me a mail:

andylikeswater ,

Could be better if I can select 2 intervals

I am not sure why the smallest number of intervals you can select is 4. I did pretty bad on minor 3rd and minor 2nd and wasn’t able to figure out the difference. I only wanted these two on the practice, but I can only get down to 4 intervals. Is there a reason why 4 is the minimum?

Other than that everything else works fine.

Developer Response ,

thank you for your feedback.

The selection of only two intervals is not possible, because it increases the chance of guessing the right interval.

If you have questions or feedback don‘t hesitate to get in touch: — Best, Simon

In-App Purchases

Auricula Pro
Unlock all features & improve your learning.

App Privacy

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