Mobile Guitar Tuner – version 0.6 released

Mobile Instrument Tuner

I’m pleased to announce the release of version 0.6 of Audio Tuner for Java enabled mobiles.

If you have a Java enabled mobile, e.g. Nokia or Sony, or most other recent mobiles, this means you. Now you can tune your guitar wherever you are.

And not just guitars. You can also tune your autoharp, banjo, bass guitar, cello, mandolin, piano, ukulele and violin.

This version fixes a few annoying issues, such as the exit button not working. And we’ve added an audio signal strength indicator. If you try it out, please provide feedback.

Unfortunately, the issue with older Sony mobiles is still present – many of them only provide audio data in the AMR format, which the Supernifty software currently doesn’t support. Anyone with expertise with the AMR audio format, it’s your turn in the sun. Get in touch if you think you can help.

We are paying people to test the software on certain cellphone models. If you have one of the models listed, please try it out, and earn some cash in the process.

Get Audio Tuner Mobile.

2 Responses to “Mobile Guitar Tuner – version 0.6 released”

  1. Jeremy says:

    This definitely does not work on the 8130.

  2. peter says:

    @Jeremy – it depends what network you’re on. Spectrum analysis doesn’t work if you’re on a CDMA network, however, it does work on the 8130 if you’re on GSM.

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