• Improved sensitivity
• Fixed bugs and improves overall stability
Ratings and Reviews
Overall solid. Best around
Not too many complaints here. The best there is on the iOS market. However, the icons for the tuning fork and the speaker should be switched. Right, so I'm trying to get a reference pitch so I default to the tuning fork button. Wrong, apparently if you wanna play your instrument at volume (like a speaker button might indicate), that's what the tuning fork button is for. Like I'm just looking for an effing A440 and would be looking for that tuning fork in real life. But when I click that tuning fork button, it brings me to the chromatic tuner. Like seriously, a tuning fork is not a chromatic tuner. Why in the h is the g darn chromatic tuner icon a tuning fork. Serious flippin UI problem. Took me like a solid month of pure frustration to get this shiitake straight.
Amazing Quality, Great App
I really like Tuner Lite because it allows me to have a tuner pretty much whenever I want, because I don’t have a tuner at home. I love how it’s free and doesn’t take up much storage, and you can change your background if you want to. It also doesn’t run wild like other tuners do. (What I mean by that is some tuners bounce from “it’s all tuned!” To “it’s horrible” within a second and it gets me confused. Tuner Lite doesn’t do that.) One thing I don’t like about Tuner Lite, though, is that it limits you to a certain amount of backgrounds “because they are only available in the payable version of the app”. Well, that doesn’t really matter that much because it’s great anyway, so I still give it 5 stars. Another thing I don’t like is that it has useless ads at the bottom. Well, I guess it doesn’t bother me too much because it doesn’t cover anything important in the app. One strange thing I noticed today is that when I clicked on the app, it wanted me to get some “music store”, when I don’t need that thing. I just need Tuner Lite and Soundcorset to practice my violin. (Check that app out too; you’ll love it!) Anyway, when I clicked on that (I had no choice)it took me to the App Store where it wanted me to buy it. No thanks. I just went back to Tuner Lite and everything was fine. I love it, and I really recommend it for every musician to use!
I am a severely vision impaired person. I am able to magnify the screen of my phone with a special camera so that I can see A huge Lee magnified image of my iPhone screen and see the needle on tuner lite. That being said, none of the buttons of this app will work when voiceover accessibility feature is activated on the iPhone. As many vision impaired musicians as there are out there, the developers of this app should have made it accessible to those of us who want to use an electronic tuner for our instruments but need voiceover to tell us The function of each button we are activating on the screen and function correctly with the usual voiceover gestures needed for other features on the iPhone As usual, we vision impaired people are left out again when it comes to app development. This app needs to be accessible to everyone. I personally am very tired of talking to app developers about the fact that we need equal access and being told that when the ads they put in the App Store were developed, they were not meant to be used by blind people. This is really no longer acceptible. If Apple can include accessibility features on their product. App developers can make sure that their products are 100% accessible to all.
- Hiroyuki Koike
- 68.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.