Metronome - BPM & Tap Tempo

Metronome - BPM & Tap Tempo

By Gismart

  • App Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2012-09-13
  • Current Version: 3.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 197.43 MB
  • Developer: Gismart
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 10.0
App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 5,946 Reviews

Metronome - BPM & Tap Tempo App Description

Meet the most accurate mobile metronome app! It is precisely crafted by professional musicians and lets you experience a real metronome as close as it gets! Not only does Metronome make it easier to keep the tempo and rhythm, it also helps you practice and learn while using it. Designed for users with different skills, Metronome games offer you to accomplish challenges to pass to a more complicated level! That makes learning process involving and gradual. BIRD BEAT game helps memorize rhythm better, play rhythm pattern accurately, retrieve rhythm from your memory more rapidly. NOTES VALUE game helps get familiar with notes and their types, memorize notes value, understand melody rhythm better. RHYTHM TIME game helps study time signatures, operate notes value faster, memorize music notation. Metronome app will improve your rhythm skills and increase finger flexibility. You will read music sheets faster and understand music better! Other features to enjoy in Metronome app: ***Visual metronome arrangement*** - Digital metronome click tracker; - Classic analog metronome click tracker. ***Tempo Animations*** - Animated moving pendulum and weight; - Visual flash and vibration — see and feel the beats! ***Tempo rates*** - All popular tempos and signatures. Set the desired timer; - Manually set any tempo; - Tempo ranges from 10 to 250 bpm beats per minute (timer). ***Sound Sets*** - Over 10 handpicked sounds for every band and style; - Metronome for drums, piano, and pianoforte; - and many more. Our Real Metronome is used by music schools' students and teachers all over the world. If you an educational organization that is using or willing to use our apps, drop us a line at support@gismart.com The app contains the following subscription options: - Weekly with a 3-day free trial at $6.99; weekly with a 7-day free trial at $6.99; weekly at $6.99; monthly with a 7-day free trial at $12.99; yearly at $ 16.99; lifetime access at $49.99*. - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. - The account is charged for renewal within 24-hours before the end of the current period. - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. - The cost of renewal is equal to the value that “Apple’s App Store Matrix” determines as the equivalent of the subscription price in $USD. - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. - Unlimited access to our Premium features include: Personalized experience Unlimited Metronome tools Unlimited games No ads Privacy Policy: https://gismart.com/privacy-policy/ Terms of Service: https://gismart.com/terms-of-service/ *Prices can be different in different countries according to what “Apple’s App Store Matrix” determines as the equivalent of the subscription price in $USD." ◆◆◆ About Gismart ◆◆◆ Gismart is a team of devoted musicians and developers with real passion for music and everything about it! Find out more about us: Gismart.com Follow us on Twitter/Facebook: @Gismartmusic Feel free to drop us a line about anything: support@gismart.com

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Metronome - BPM & Tap Tempo App Reviews

  • Too much interference

    2
    By agatelamp
    I just need a metronome. I don’t need birds, games, ads, constant reminders that I could upgrade, etc.
  • Turned into a free trial kind of shady

    1
    By Gamekokopeli
    That was Grant second time I went to use it he wanted me to buy it boo boo
  • Literal garbage

    1
    By just a fan12312
    Why do I have to pay 6.99 a fricking week for a gooddamn metronome
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    5
    By Alice❤️💛💚💙💜💞💕💝💘💖💗💓
    . Sao app tot z nehhh :3 💕
  • Great

    5
    By Ahmed Meqdadi
    Helped me so much it’s a great tool easy to use and understand. Also love the idea of the games!
  • $$$ WARNING $$$: Charged me $$ for months!

    1
    By Rhett&Link
    I downloaded this app to use once during a piano lesson and then deleted it. It has unknowingly been charging me $7.99 a week for months for a subscription! I never signed up for a subscription. I just found a random charge on my bill, and couldn’t figure out what it was. I am very angry. This is a scam!
  • Review

    1
    By michno322
    Will not let me use it unless I get the trial or subscribe.
  • ~Paying weekly for a metronome is absurd.

    1
    By Johnny92M
    The developer is charging 7.99 a week to use their service. I would highly recommend that prospective customers go to any music center, where they would be able to buy a pocket sized metronome for under the monthly subscription cost of this app.i don’t even understand why anyone would pay monthly to use a metronome, let alone weekly. If the developer reads this, my suggestion is that they charge a flat, one-time only price.
  • WARNING: this app’s goal is to trick you into subscribing

    1
    By Titty fudger
    I did the free trial and it was actually a pretty neat metronome app, but the subscription cost seemed a bit excessive to me so I cancelled my subscription before my card was charged. Months later, I was showing the app to a friend of mine. When I first opened it, it had some text on it and a big orange “next” button. The following pages were the exact same, but with different text and the same big orange “next” button. Naturally, anyone who wants to just use the app is going to quickly click “next” until the metronome appears. They know that. And that is why at the last page. They placed the exact same button at the exact same spot, except that time it said “subscribe” on it. Obviously, I tapped it by accident, and my instinct was to close out of the app, it when I clicked my iPhone’s home button, Apple Pay read my fingerprint and the payment was processed. Call me crazy, but I don’t believe this was “coincidentally” set up that way and I’m sure I’m not the only one this has happened to. Any app that does this trickery to try to scam you into an extremely expensive subscription for the value deserves a 1-star rating in my book.
  • $350 per year for a metronome

    1
    By LpAngelRob
    Like that makes any sense.

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