- Allows 1/2 tune down/up transposed tuning. *Be careful to not brake string if you tune to higher tones.
- Improved slide view of the instrument.
- Added 64 bit support.
Ratings and Reviews
Not incredibly useful but read the review
It was hard to rate this application as I think it's actually not super useful but it does what it states.
I was looking for a cello tuning application similar to some guitar tuning applications where it detects a note as you play the string and tells you if it's too high or too low. This does not do that. It basically just plays a note on your phone and you have to match the sound and adjust the pegs yourself. It's debatable whether it's worth $.99 but I understand the developers need to earn a living.
This would be useful for people learning cello without any other instrument at home to provide you a reference note. We have a mini grand piano at home so that isn't what was needed for us and probably will not be using this unless we need to tune it out on the road. I guess maybe that could be a useful case if you needed to play a note and you're somewhere where you don't have access to another instrument.
Ditch the vibrato
This is a simple app that gives you reference notes for tuning by ear. It will not tell you whether or not you are in tune, but it saves you from having to get to a piano to hear the notes. My only gripe is that the tones are given a vibrato which makes it difficult to fine tune the pitch by ear. A straight tone would be better, even if it's just a piano note.
None Confusing Tuner
I am a young cello tutor and was simply looking for something to tune just the four strings. I have tried other tuners and they are complicated to work. With this tuner I can use my ear to patch the pitch and it works great. Even though it cause $0.99 it is the best money I have ever spent on an app. I would definitely recommend this app for anyone who needs to tune their cello often. Overall a great cello tuner app!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.