Off key, off pitch, out of tune – whatever you call it, bad intonation can ruin any performance. That’s why we made InTune, the only app proven to improve your ability to play in tune. Download InTune to train your ear and make better music!
• Improve your ability to hear what’s in tune
• Add on studio-quality orchestral instrument sounds
• Based on 25 years of academic research
• Compete with your friends via Game Center
• Top 10 music app in 50 countries!
InTune began as a way for researchers to test pitch discrimination, the ability to differentiate pitches that are close together. But then researchers discovered that musicians improved the more often they played – 3x faster than those who didn’t. Download now and see if InTune works for you!
We’re always improving InTune and love hearing from users. Please send your comments and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fixed a bug regarding purchasing instruments.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great to use in the classroom
As a middle school band director, teaching students to have an ear for intonation and tuning is important. My students love to use the app as a game - the contest is to see which class can score the highest. I love to see them have fun while learning to develop an ear for intonation. Their only concern, so also mine, is the tone generation can be somewhat uncomfortable when the whole class is listening. The team that has created this app should be commended for bringing such a great app to the public, and should make more!
Oboe timbre inconsistent
Overall I think this is a great app and I love using it. The addition of the new timbre choices at a rather reasonable $0.99 is a nice touch. However, the oboe option is broken, and the flat oboe sound is qualitatively different from the sharp oboe sound which makes practicing on that choice trivially easy. The English horn option somehow doesn’t have this issue; if I memorize exactly how the vibrato behaves in the flat vs sharp versions i could use that to hack the game but it’s something I can choose to ignore. I haven’t tried any of the other options but I recommend looking into them to make sure that the only thing differing is the pitch and not the tone quality/behavior; even if those differences are subtle people are bound to pick up on them.
Great for classroom use too!
As a middle school band director I use this app to help my students start listening more carefully to fine differences in pitch. It’s very easy to understand and I like the binary choice between higher and lower. Since it resets each time to easier levels, the kids who got lost when we made it to the really fine distinctions are able to rejoin us. InTune really helps them start paying closer attention to pitch.
- Half Note Labs LLC
- 123.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Half Note Labs, LLC
- In-App Purchases
- InTune Piano Add-on $0.99
- InTune Violin Add-on $0.99
- InTune Clarinet Add-on $0.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.