Piano Notes Pro: Useful, but ugly Review

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Useful, but ugly
I purchased several of these apps. This was by far the best in terms of functionality. It allows custom ranges which has helped me immensely in my progress by slowly increasing the number of notes being tested. My only complaint is that I find it aesthetically very ugly. Overall, I love this app and it was worth every penny.
jadetris on Feb 21, 2013 for Piano Notes Pro
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15 minutes a day has turned my daughters piano lessons from a struggle to a delight. Her teacher can't believe the progress she has made with her sight reading. I credit this application with that progress--completely. Flash cards never worked well for her, nor did the numerous other methods we tried. But ever since I hooked my ipad to our full sized 88 key digital piano, she has begun excelling. My sincere thanks to developer of this app!
Dr Review on Feb 15, 2013 for Piano Notes Pro
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BY FAR the best app for learning to sight read
I've acquired more sight reading ability, and done so faster, with this app than with any other I've tried (and I've tried a lot). I use it with my Yamaha MIDI keyboard. I can set the range of notes I want to learn in the treble clef and/or in the bass clef. I began by selecting ABCDE in the treble clef with the middle finger on C. Then I did the same range and hand position in the bass clef. After becoming proficient at that, I broadened the range of notes to GABCDEF so that I only had to reach up or down one note from those home hand positions. This app made it SO easy to select the range of notes I needed to learn. If you have a MIDI capable keyboard call you music store, get the MIDI to USB cable you need and the USB adapter for your iPad and you're good to go. Everybody should learn piano this way.
What Tech Support? on Feb 7, 2013 for Piano Notes Pro
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Disappointed student?
This app is confusing. The "lessons" contain only random notes. It makes no musical sense, and the interface is also confusing, meaning that when you are to change hands, it is very difficult to know when you've gone from treble to bass. There ought to be a possible upgrade for actual music and a "double decker" keyboard layout, you know, left hand on top and right hand on the bottom. So far, not worth the money or time.
mjr5255 on Dec 30, 2012 for Piano Notes Pro
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I got my wife an iRig Keys keyboard for Christmas, and she really wanted something to use with it to learn to sight read. I tried a number of other apps before finding this one, and it's by far the best. Works perfectly with the keyboard too.
007JBSA on Dec 26, 2012 for Piano Notes Pro
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Nice idea but buggy
Using this to practice chords with multiple sharps never work properly. After hitting one or two chords correctly it acts very funky.
samrecord on Dec 25, 2012 for Piano Notes Pro
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