James Ostrenga Jr.
Almost perfect. Why is statistics unavailable? Plus a description to explain how to access the options menu would have been nice. On my Android you have to touch your phones option 'button' to access settings to change how you practice. The app is free, so you really can not complain. Before I found this, I made homemade flash cards and it took forever. This is a Godsend.
for the zero permissions! ;) but do the statistics become available after a certain number of quizzes...?
Extremely helpful in training yourself. However, I can't find out how to change the settings e.g. bass/treble cleff etc, like the 3 screenshot. I'm using the app on an Samsung S5. Any help please?
Helps improve sight recognition for both bass & treble clef. Not used much yet but good so far.
Austin Van Wie
This app. is fantastic. It has multiple difficulties, settings, etc. Download it!
Its awsome buttttt. Its superrrr confusing at first 😕
This app will help no matter what level you're at, too easy.
Very useful to begin reading staff music
Once you have the basic knowledge of what notes are where on the staff notation system this app is useful to improve speed of reading the notes... it's great for beginners to staff notation
Simple and Effective
This app works really well. Helped me get even more comfy with sight reading. I just wish the statistics feature worked...
M. G. Bode
Is what it is
Does what the app is titled to do, would be nice if it played a music instrument sound with the correct note.
Very good app, I've been doing the practice a few times a day and ive cut my site reading time in half! I would give it a 5 star if they incorporate the entire grand staff at a time instead of bass and treble clef independently. Because it skips out on some notes
Music sight reading
Are there any more advanced versions of this app? I noticed in the app a selection called statistics which is not operating on my s4.
I really liked it
Does everything required, absolutely. Exactly the tool I need to replace a bunch of paper cards I am currently using to practice. This tool is very simple to use. Of course, it assumes that you have at least some remote understanding about the music notation. As a software developer I will also enjoy possibility to see the source code.
All you need and nothing else
It's a nice little app. The minimalism gets a bit boring, but it serves its purpose well enough, so no real complaints.
Good for beginer
I would like if the notes could be move horizontaly as we read them when we play. Aplication like this is Jalmus for windows. Thanks a lot.
I play the violin, and this really helps if you've lost touch with sheet music
The ultimate sight reading app
To the creators of this app. Thank you. This app is the best app I have tried in this genre and even better that it is opensource gnu. Keep up the good work. Only request if possible would be a nightmode
Only suggestion is to maybe have a quiz with multiple notes say 3, because one needs to get used to reading several notes at a time.
Simple and to the point, needs in-app settings button.
I love this app for its simplicity and ease of use. However, I recently bought a new device that does not have a standalone menu/settings button, and I cannot change anything (I only want to learn the treble cleff as I play guitar)
Take a bow!
A brilliant and truly free app to get you recognising your notes. Of course hitting them is up to you. Great settings choices. Best of all, like the piano, it looks the same each time I come to it. There is no "improvement" that would not spoil it as far as I'm concerned.
My time was at 2 min and then I practice now my time is 50 sec in just 3 days
Now I can get practice in every day on my way to work. Excellent app.
The good: like the answer buttons on the right. Big buttons and big notes. Simple and good settings for practice. The bad: Needs sharps and flats. Statistics button says feature is not available right now. Would like to see stats so I know I am getting faster.
If you want an app to help you with this on the computer, check out GNU Solfege. This one is wonderful, does what it does and nothing more.
Would rather see a keyboard without the notes displayed to simultaneously help improve sight reading and also actual placement of each note on a keyboard. That could be an advanced level pehaps. Otherwise good practice to read notes.
M. L. Saunders
This app has a beautifully minimalistic design but it makes no sacrifices. You choose your difficulty level and increase it as you improve. Lots of customization, too. And, most importantly, this app is really helping me improve my sight reading! :D
Everything you need in one simple package
Super simple, clean design. Maybe the UI could be more modern-ish, but it's not really needed. It's got everything, can pick the clefs you want to be tested in (can do several at once-pick from treble, bass, alto and tenor) , do-re-mi/C-D-E option, difficulty level, amount of notes asked in practice and in quiz, and a bit more. Quick, easy, and good everyday practice. BUT, hopefully stats will work soon. Accidentals&Key signatures would be nice, but not absolutely necessary.
Udaysir music academy
Helo frendz ! Meuzik iz not a RoCkEt science.every one can learn.
The only thing that would make this better, which would make it the BEST app for learning notes for treble and bass, would be to ADD SOUND of the NOTES. Pretty please with a cherry on top.
Vincent G. Berthiaume
Simple and fun! Exactly what I was searching for. Thanks for including Italian notation