TonalEnergy Chromatic Tuner and Metronome

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Description of App: 

TonalEnergy Chromatic Tuner and Metronome is an all-inclusive application designed for the pro musician to the beginning player. Whether you play a brass, a woodwind, a string instrument, or any member of the guitar family, this application can help you improve your skills. It is so much more than just a tuner!
The tuner responds to all instrument types in the pitch range from C0 to C8. Features include the target tuner display, a dedicated string tuning screen, eight octave keyboard (iPad only), chromatic wheel, and a tone generator that includes high quality multi-sampled instruments for symphonic brass and woodwinds, which is unique among all other tuning applications.
The user-friendly multi-function metronome provides the meter and subdivision options that you'll most often need, quickly accessible at any time.
The analysis page includes frequency and harmonic energy plots, along with a scrolling waveform display, all of which aid the players or ensemble to “see” as well as hear their sound. Audiobus and MIDI features allow the sound library to be used with compatible music notation and recording apps.
While musicians strive to improve their sounds and skills, the TonalEnergy Chromatic Tuner and Metronome makes practicing more effective and fun.
For the full list of features, see the app description on the iTunes store.

Apple Watch Support: 

Not Known

Version: 

1.4.1

Free or Paid: 

Paid

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone
iPad

iOS Version: 

8.02

Accessibility Comments: 

In so far as I can see,the app is quite accessible. I have not tested every feature (and there are a gray number of them), but the tuner and tempo-related functions work really great with VoiceOver.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

All buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments: 

The developer wants to make the app accessible, so he is very much looking forward to the user feedback.
BTW, the app is developed by the same guy who wrote Thumbjam.

Developer's Twitter Username: 

@thumbjam