Dan VHG's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Fun app & pro audio coworkers agree. My young nephew's favorite game. Great suggestions from Danwedge's review. Agreed, Danwedge. Thanks, Audiofile Engineering.
planetarysun's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
I am definitely making progress, but I wish it kept track of my scores so I could see my improvement over time. I feel like that would be really motivating. Is that really difficult to implement?
Dubldizzle's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Definitely helps a lot with frequency recognition.
bChapa's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
This is a cool concept, and hopefully just a starting point, for what could be a great learning tool. The app is split into 3 quiz sections: tones, EQ, and gain. It's straight forward, and you get a score at the end of each quiz. The only suggestion I have about improving the tone section would be the addition of progress tracking; as the scores don't show a comparison to your prior performance. The other two types of quizzes (EQ and gain) are a little more complicated to work with. The concept is interesting, but it still needs a little work. You can play a song from your library, or choose from stock instrument recording (guitar, drums, bass) and the app will boost certain frequencies, or the gain by a certain amount. Your supposed to identify which frequency is being boosted, or how much gain is added, but there is no "clean"comparison track to reference. This makes it feel less like a controlled experiment and more like a guessing game. I'm sure some individuals with well trained ears could easily point out what mine can't, but then they would have no use for this app. If this is meant to guide untrained ears; a reference track is essential. To add to this feeling of playing the quizzes blind, the app has very limited and vague instructions, no tutorial, FAQ, or contact info. As for support; I found no way to get in touch with them on their website while navigating it on my phone. I could have checked out their full version on my laptop, but figured since this was an iOS app, I should stick to my phone. I hope the updates improve upon this, otherwise this is definitely not a $5 app yet.
Edrsetyhj's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Very limited features and quizzes...
Les-tab's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
I mean, the whole buy then buy again is pretty darn Lame so off two stars, but the fact that it doesn't keep track of your performance is stupid (off two more stars). How would you see what you need to improve.... What are the points for??!! And instead of a Sine Wave Test Tone, you guys should get real life examples of feedback. I don't know, maybe just One same recording with a 32 band provoked over a mic and speaker to simulate. That would be 32 samples, multiplied by however many intensities you want, let's say 3- easy, Hard, and expert. This is a great tool, but let's improve it for the sake of this awesome app. It would be a shame for this potential to stay the same. Great App for beginners thou :) (1 star) 👍
Changestinks!'s Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Five dollars and then you have to pay more money to get the pro version? Ridiculous!I should have read the reviews prior to purchasing.
japanmoran's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Why won’t the app work in landscape on iPad? And the layout of quizzes seems counterproductive. Start with easy on top and work down to more difficult? A few other things make it seem very unpolished for such an established app.
Qhilip's Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Certainly not a bad way to learn frequencies, but they try and get you to buy the "pro" version after you buy the app. Come on dude, I took a chance on you, don't shaft me...
CALEB GRABOWSKI!!!'s Review of QuiztonesReviewed on 9/24/19 2:19 PM
Whenever I select a song for "my music" it doesn't work. But I love the app.