Ranking - Music (iPhone)
InTune - Improve and Test Your Intonation
“A brilliantly simple game of precision hearing… This ingenious game puts your skill of pitch discernment to the test.” — Voice Council Magazine
“Anyone with an interest in sound will enjoy this.” — Evolver.fm
InTune has been a top-25 music app in more than 60 countries, including the USA (#11), Canada (#9), the UK (#9), Italy (#10), Portugal (#3), Russia (#11), China (#4), Hong Kong (#2), and Australia (#6).
You love music — but how good is your ear? Download the only app that tests and improves your pitch discrimination ability, an essential musical skill. Research studies show that repeated game play actually improves your skills!
• Test your ability to hear very close pitches
• Improve your ability to sing and play in tune
• Compete with your friends via Game Center
• Share your score and challenge your friends
• Play InTune again to improve your score – and your ear!
“There are a number of ear training apps available for the iPhone, but InTune has actual science to back it up.”
InTune is an outgrowth of 25 years of intonation research by Daniel Kazez, cellist and professor of music at Wittenberg University. The concept began as a method to test pitch discrimination, the ability to differentiate pitches that are close together. But then in a research study, Dr. Kazez discovered that students’ listening improved the more often they played – at triple the rate of those who did not. Download now and see if InTune works for you!
“Very easy to use…a fun and useful addition to your practice toolbox.” — Horn World
“Musical perfectionists and sound geeks beware: this game could become an obsession… It will absolutely help you develop a more discerning ear.” — Voice Council Magazine
We’re always improving InTune! Please send your comments and requests to email@example.com. Wondering what is a “good score”? It varies, based on music experience and age, but first-time users often score under 50% of a half step, or under 20% if they have music experience. With repeated use, scores improve substantially. Those with music experience may reach 1% of a half step, or even better.