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Description

“The smartphone app for the smartphone of instruments!”

Created in conjunction with YouTube’s “The Ukulele Teacher” - the Internet’s most popular ukulele channel - this app has everything you need to get started with your ukulele!

A Tuner that helps you keep your ukulele in tune so that it sounds great!

The most extensive Chord library available - any chord, any key, every possible variation, everywhere on the fretboard!

Reverse chord look-up - You tell the app what notes you’re playing and it tells you the name of the chord.

The most complete Scale library - generate hundreds of different scales and modes across any key.

Fully searchable video library featuring over 400 lessons and playlists from The Ukulele Teacher himself with new videos being added every week!

And a new Chord progression tool with a built in metronome to help you master changing chords smoothly and easily!

This is the ultimate ukulele practice tool!

Connect with the Ukulele Teacher via all his social media channels.

Not sure how to use a feature? Click on The Ukulele Teacher’s face in the top right-hand corner of every screen and he’ll help you out.

And we’re just getting started! The Ukulele App is constantly being worked on and improved - and we still have lots of big ideas for the future.

If you have any feedback or suggestions on how we can improve the app, please email support@theukuleleapp.com with your ideas!

What’s New

Version 1.5.1

Fixed the 'notch' issue on the iPhone XR

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
256 Ratings

256 Ratings

End of the World Delight ,

It's like math class

The problem with learning math is that it's a different language all together, & your teacher is so fluent they forget to translate sometimes. Several of these videos just need a little more. The 'How to tune' video is basically just common sense -- but is there a way to find the next note once a string is tuned? (What fret would help you find the tuning of string 3 after you've achieved string 4? Etc.) Also, better video descriptions would be nice. What will you be covering (notes, strumming, specific skills, etc.), 'cause watching the first couple minutes of a handful of videos just to find that none is what I'm looking for can be tiresome.
I would like to say, though, that this app is mainly used by my kiddo to learn, & that some older kids/folks might not need as much guidance, but this would be so perfect if it was just a touch more accessible.

banzaicat ,

Developer not reading reviews? fix sound

It’s frustrating to see reviews 1-2 years old where people can’t hear sound and I, a new user, could not hear the sound. Using an iPhone. The reviewer here who stumbled upon taking phone ringer off silent mode to fix sound is a godsend. It worked (!) So take your phone ringer off silent mode, close and reopen app and see if works. Developer should have realized this was an issue and remedied. * I have to say, I love the initial stylish, simple, retro, non cluttered look of app * But the links don’t look like links (example in playlists) but plain text, and don’t radically change when you select. You have to learn to long press to open them. App needs some improvement and fix sound issue. The covers look fun but I’m sure many of us would like a rundown or chord chart so we can try.

Hdjjaitkajbdkaih ,

Discovery!!!! PLEASE READ

So like many here I had immediate issues with there being no sound in this app. I was SO disappointed because even before getting a uke I really liked this guy for his lessons. He's fast paced but a good instructor. Now, the app is still flawed, some of the videos will make it just go black when you try to watch them. At that point force close and start it over. HERE ARE THE IMPORTANT PARTS: 1) to select things you need to essentially long/hard press them, idk why. 2) FOR THE SOUND: if you have the ringer switch on your phone turned off, turn it on and BOOM, sound! I literally found this out about 3 minutes ago off of just guessing! This app is still flawed but I think these take care of the big issues. Hope this helps!

App Privacy

The developer, Jon Howard, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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