"OnPitch is a new way for singers to track their pitch, with a stylish and informative interface" - discchord.com
Are you one of those lucky people who never have to worry about hitting the right notes? If not, OnPitch is an app for you!
OnPitch shows you the notes you're singing, in real time.
Practicing with OnPitch helps you improve your pitch and gain confidence in your singing, so that when the time comes you're ready to merge with the music and forget about the technical details.
◆ SIMPLE AND EASY TO USE
• No need to record anything, just open the app and sing
• See at a glance if you're on pitch, sharp or flat, and by how much
• Examine notes in a musical phrase and see how well you stayed on pitch
• Examine vibrato and pitch drifts
◆ REAL-TIME PITCH DETECTION
• Notes covered: C0 - B8
• Displays note names, cents, and exact pitch frequency in Hz
◆ UNIVERSAL APP
• Works on your iPhone and iPad
• Supports Portrait and Landscape device orientations
◆ What OnPitch is NOT:
• Not a pitch pipe app
• Does not play reference pitches
• Not a karaoke app
• Does not include sample songs or exercises
◆ Permissions requested by the app:
OnPitch app requests access to the built-in microphone in order to be able to detect pitch and display the notes you sing. If the permission is not granted, pitch detection won't work. Microphone access can always be enabled/disabled again in your device's Settings/Privacy/Microphone.
- Integrated Firebase Analytics and Crashlytics to help investigate problems and improve our services
- Minor fixes and improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Very useful for a musician
Incredibly helpful for composing music; sometimes the only thing that helps is whistling the tune out loud and seeing live feedback. Really helps me tweak the notes as I work. Only two suggestions: 1. Would be very helpful if I could set a start and end and 2. Would be nice to be able to export the pitch sheet.
Developer Response ,
Thanks a lot for your review! Glad to hear you find OnPitch useful for composing music!
And thank you for the suggestions, I will make a note of them for future consideration.
I’m a self trained vocalist, and i have a hard time figuring out what notes my melodies are made of, so I wanted an app that could tell me what I’m singing. This does that, although it is a little clunky. The screen moves a little too fast on mobile and you can’t zoom out. What would be really helpful is if it could transcribe all the notes you sang in order, maybe with a filter so any note shorter than 1/2 note or whatever you set doesnt get added to the list, so the passing notes and feedback dont get added. So you sing your melody and it gives you “D4 A5 C#3 F#” etc etc, whatever notes you sang minus the super short passing/feedback notes, maybe listed on a bar on the side or a drop down from the top or something. i know this might not be the purpose of the app, but a majority of vocalists online are self taught like me, and I think you could turn this into a more powerful and popular tool by adding a feature like this.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, thank you for your review and your suggestion! I've added it to my list of feature requests, and will keep it in mind when working on future versions of OnPitch.
People complaining that the “mic is sensitive” um no duh? Use headphones then! And “Doesn’t work with vibrato”?? If you can’t figure out that the pitch is changing on your own with vibrato that’s on you. It’s not like the app gives u a bad score for not hitting the notes. Why is it bad that it detects vibrato?? It will still say your starting note! Anyway this app is very -useful to me and I use it every week. Sometimes I’ll hear a funny sound my dog makes and check the pitch of it or I use it when singing all the time. Definitely worth it to me and doesn’t try to make you pay more once you buy it or sign up to pay every month or anything. There’s no ads, never crashes, works well to me.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.