Re: Pitch Perfect for iOS (and Android... and Windows Phone 7) now available!
- Hi again, folks! I just wanted to let you all know -- a new release of the
iOS version of the app went out last night with native support for the iPad
(it's now a "universal" app that supports iPhone and iPad). Every time the
app is updated in the app store, you can rate the app again, which is
really helpful for me getting the app off the ground.
Response has been overwhelmingly positive so far (10 5-star reviews out of
10!), which I really appreciate.
As always, the app is free in the app store on iOS, the Google Play Store
and Amazon Appstore for Android and Kindle Fire, and in the Windows Phone
You can find info about all of the versions here:
Thanks again for all of your support, and please don't hesitate to send me
feedback about the app!
On Fri, Jul 6, 2012 at 2:13 AM, David Poll <david@...> wrote:
> Hiya, harmonetters!
> I hope you all have been having a blast in Portland (or watching remotely)
> -- I know I have!
> In the midst of all of this excitement, I have some exciting news of my
> own. The little pitch pipe app that I originally built for Windows Phone 7
> devices (and subsequently ported to Android) is now available for iOS
> (iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad) as well. It's called Pitch Perfect, and
> it's a simple little app that lets you play a pitch in a variety of
> different ways. For example, you can keep a list of songs and their keys
> -- just tap the song's title and your pitch will play (I use this with my
> quartet all the time). Or, if you're like me and can never remember which
> key signature maps to each note, you can just tap on the key signature that
> matches your sheet music to play the key note.
> This was all a labor of love for me -- just a side project of my own that
> I thought I'd share with everyone. Now, the Android version of the app has
> more than 135,000 downloads, and I'm hoping people will find similar
> reasons to be excited about the iOS version!
> Anyway, please give it a try, and don't hesitate to email me with feature
> requests and so on. It's a spare-time project for me, but something I love
> working on. You can get it *free* in the iTunes app store now:
> The Android and Windows Phone 7 versions can be found here (I'll update
> the page with the iOS information soon):
> Keep the whole world singing, and enjoy the rest of the contest!
> David Poll
> Lead, First Strike
> Lead/Bari, Geeks' Quad
> Lead, Voices in Harmony
> P.S. I know some folks are also waiting for me to port Tag Master to iOS
> as well -- fear not, I'm working on it, and finally making some real
> progress. I'll let you know once it's available!
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