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Improve your ear for tuning and intonation with this beautiful app.

• Improve your musical intonation — one of the most important skills a musician can have.
• Leverage 25 years of academic research on how to train intonation.
• Track your progress and compete on Game Center.
• Add on beautiful instrument sounds, including piano, guitar, violin, cello, clarinet, banjo, flute, French horn, trombone, and trumpet.


“A brilliantly simple game of precision hearing…ingenious. It will absolutely help you develop a more discerning ear.”
— Voice Council Magazine

“Very easy to use…a fun and useful addition to your practice toolbox.”
— Horn World

“There are a number of ear training apps available for the iPhone, but InTune has actual science to back it up.”
— discchord

“I have your app on my phone and love it!!!”
— David P. Schurger, orchestra director, Indiana

“Excellent...it’s made a remarkable difference this past year in my ability to rehearse complex 20th and 21st century music!”
— Paul Piazza, conductor/composer, LA


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 for free and see if InTune works for you!


We’re always improving InTune and love hearing from users. Please send your comments and requests to support@halfnotelabs.com.

What’s New

Version 5.0.3

• Beautiful new design
• New instruments: banjo, koto, guitar, timpani, trumpet, and piccolo
• Better instrument sounds, including real clarinet, banjo, koto, guitar, and cello
• French, Italian, Swedish, and Finnish translations
• Shake to hear pitches again
• Shinier app icon

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
355 Ratings

355 Ratings

a lydiot ,

A great app

This app could is helping me to be better at pitch. I liked the version previous better. In the previous version once you set a sound, it stayed on that sound the next time you opened the app. This version asks for your choice of sound between games whether you keep the app open or restart it. The old version had a chart that shows you where your score puts you on a spectrum of users. The new app tells you where in the spectrum your score is on the spectrum. Overall it runs a tad slower.
Still it’s super valuable!

Descartes135 ,

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.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback. We redid all the instrument sounds for InTune 5.0. Would you email us at support@halfnotelabs.com to let us know if the oboe sounds better now?

Jief_3796375 ,

Music is not a game, I am not a child

The app and UI is well made. Nice and simple, it does the job.
But putting it as a game with 3 lives and score... maybe for kids (although music should not be a competition).
Myself, I find annoying to have to redo the first levels all the time. I don’t care about the points (thanks you also display how many cents).
Please create a practice mode where you can play forever, intervals increase and decrease as long as you guessed it right or not (exactly the same as now but with “infinite lives” and no score).
Another idea could be to be able to setup the intervals you want to practice, like 3 cents. Software will you count how many rights and wrongs.

App Privacy

The developer, Half Note Labs, 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 Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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