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EarForge is an app that can help you achieve the perfect ears and improve your sense of pitch with our well-designed training program.

- Lessons NOTES
Enjoy our 30-level well-designed program. Develop your skill to recognize different notes. Great for beginners and any musicians.

- Lessons CHORDS
Given a single chord. Your goal is to identify the chord that you heard.

- Quiz
Unlock the quiz to challenge yourself in the next level.

- Profile
You can find your stat here. Check out your note accuracy, what you’re good at and what to improve. And track your progress with Facebook login, Google login or sign in with apple.

EarForge PRO — a paid subscription feature *
- Training NOTES
You can program your own specific notes, sounds and octaves. This training mode will help you focus on the notes you want to learn and practice.

- Training CHORDS
You can program on specific chord keys, chord types and octaves. Listen to the chord and try to guess the correct answers.

Keep practicing and create your own notes lesson. Select at least 3 notes you want to learn. This lesson will collect stats but not collect stars.

Keep practicing and create your own chords lesson. Select chord keys and select at least 3 chord types. This lesson will collect stats but not collect stars.

- Exclusive themes
It's beautiful and more delightful to use.

- No ads
Ad-free, no interruptions.

* EarForge PRO subscription price is $2.99/month or $19.99/year. (Pricing may be converted to your local currency.) Payment will be charged to your iTunes account. Your subscription will auto-renew within 24 hours before the end of the current period and you can turn off auto-renewal at any time in the account settings.

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Learn Perfect pitch / Relative pitch / Absolute pitch / Ear training

What’s New

Version 5.6.0

Update to the latest version of EarForge to get the better app experience.

- Fixed several minor issues
- Updated privacy details

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
231 Ratings

231 Ratings

davidlandoni ,

Great app for casual training

Edit: A week after I first posted this, developers have a new update that addressed the complaints from my review. Maybe convenient timing, but you can’t ask for better support than that.

It’s simple, intuitive, and I’m only partway through the lessons and noticing improvement. I appreciate the ability to randomize octaves, and now you can see stats without having to log into facebook. If you’re interested in ear training I’d say it’s worth the price.

My biggest complaint is the lack of options in the training section. You can only train with one note at a time, when I want to be able to customize which notes it cycles through so I can try to identify multiple notes simultaneously. Making your own lessons would also be a nice feature.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for feedback and support! We are working on it to improve your app experience.

sadmondaytg ,

Good musicians and great concept

I using this app for a while and it’s help me a lot, I can’t stop using it and it’s fun with lessons and training mode! I think it’s great for musicians to develop their pitch with simple notes and octaves with piano, guitar and bass sounds. I hope you updates new feature soon.

Developer Response ,

We’re glad to hear you had a positive experience! Thanks.

dook3 ,

Good but clear bugs

It’s a good start and I’m enjoying the app but there are several very obvious bugs, such as the replay button in chord training not working properly, and the letter buttons before taking a chord quiz making no sense. Hope the developer goes through and plays with everything before releasing an update.

The start-up is kinda laggy and there’s no way to permanently bypass the welcome bear.

There are obvious ways one would want to extend the features and it’s hard to imagine why the developer wouldn’t just put in a tiny more effort to include them. Why stop at a 4 notes/chords limit? Why not allow for chords in different octaves, or on different instruments?

App Privacy

The developer, Patcharapon Phasukdee, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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