Ear Cat is a fun game created to develop your musical ear, with 80 levels that get progressively more challenging.
An intuitive approach to recognising intervals.
Improve your solfege and learn to identify pitches in relation to a tonal center.
Helpful and entertaining - for beginners and skilled musicians alike.
Ear Cat completes the popular Melody Cats series (Rhythm Cat, Treble Cat, Bass Cat).
Developed in collaboration with professional musicians and educators.
Like music? like cats? You'll love this game.
- Additional Instructions added
- Improved performance
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Excellent app for interval training!
I’m a music teacher of private and group lessons in several instruments, and direct adult and children’s voice, chime, and bell choirs, and highly recommend this app! I wish I had discovered it sooner. I teach Solfege in everything I do, and this is a great way to help train the ear to recognize intervals. I love the cat theme, but even more love the accuracy of the pitches and the increasing difficulty as the levels climb, which presents a fun challenge, even for those of us skilled in recognizing and identifying interval steps, skips, and leaps! I ended up purchasing the whole set of these apps, and will use them with my students. Thank you and keep making more of these!!
True life saver
I’m not exactly exaggerating when I say games produced by this developer changed my life. As an adult who did not learn any music younger and who truly regret it, I learnt almost everything I need for reading music notes using the cat series, when I was 19 and tried to self-educate, and those games were something truly stuck with me after a lot of frustration using other method. Now brilliancy strike again, this listening game is all I want for a sharp ear practice, plus the design is elegant, harmonious, and cute as always.
Good for interval training
Works well for interval identification, but I found the exercises where you have to play back a song extremely difficult because only one octave (7 notes, actually) shows on the screen at a time and switching them up and down is very counterintuitive for a keyboard player. There should be some way to show more notes on the screen at a time.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.