"If you have always wanted to be able to read music or you are studying an instrument, this is a very helpful and worthwhile app. It makes learning to read notes a lot more interesting!" - PadGadget.com
"What Note Is This? is an ingenious app. After only a few sessions I have regained much of my long-lost music reading skills from my formal music lessons as a child." - AppsForHomeschooling.com
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*** Learn notes in practice mode! ***
Flick your way through endless flashcards of notes. A shadow note shows the note you played, and the lights on the piano turn green when you press the correct key.
*** Challenge yourself to a quiz! ***
Take 10-note quizzes with fast-paced auto-card-flicking action! Lights turn red and green to show your accuracy.
*** Adaptable learning environment! ***
Need to focus on bass clef? No problem! Not ready for sharps and flats? Stick with the “beginner” mode. Big letters on the keys bothering you? Turn them off. They don’t mind.
*** Things to achieve! ***
Collect stickers for your accomplishments! Can you identify 10 notes in less than 20 seconds? Can you identify every sharp and flat during a quiz? We’ll reward your tenacity with digital stickers.
*** For all ages! ***
Easy enough for children, but even easier enough for adults. Spend 20 minutes a day with this app, and I guarantee you’ll have spent 20 minutes with this app.
*** Universal and optimized for all devices! ***
Want to learn your notes on the go? Not ready to hand the iPad over to the kids? Now, get the same great experience on your iPhone and iPod Touch devices, including fancy retina displays and the extra fancy iPhone 5 display!
*** Much, much more - wait, no, that’s about it. ***
Have a suggestion or question? Head over to our website and shoot us an email. If you have a great idea, we might just throw it in later. For the kids.
Updated for iOS 8 + minor bug fixes.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Does not work as stated. Does not allow me to just do bass clef!
Just purchased this up and really frustrated, not user friendly, and 6 year old cant practice and learn on her own. Not interactive app
Should be better
I'm disappointed that this app contains some glaring bugs right off the bat. It's initially confusing because you're directed to begin by an arrow that points to nothing on the screen. By pressing buttons on opposite side of screen can you actually begin the game. The notes begin to appear well enough but after about ten notes the game sporadically hangs and more than one note appears (If it's quizzing chords that early in the first quiz it should be clearer; but it's not--it's a glitch).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.