BOSS Releases Free Tuner App

Chromatic tuning technology for iOS and Android mobile devices      23/06/16

BOSS Releases Free Tuner App


BOSS says that their Tuner App brings BOSS's trusted chromatic tuning technology to iOS and Android mobile devices. They say that, available as a free download, the convenient app features the look of the best-selling TU-3 pedal tuner, and provides accurate on-the-go tuning for guitar, bass, ukulele, and other instruments. BOSS tells us that the app also works well as a visual pitch-checking tool for practicing vocalists. Here's more details in their own words...

In 1983, BOSS launched the TU-12, the world's first automatic chromatic tuner, and has remained an industry leader in electronic tuner technology ever since. Today's BOSS tuner lineup includes many unique hardware models, offering musicians and educators top-quality solutions for a wide range of applications. The BOSS Tuner App expands the range into the world of mobile apps for the first time, offering a go-everywhere tuning solution for current BOSS users and anyone who needs accurate tuning on the move.

With its intuitive TU-3 interface and display style, the BOSS Tuner App will be immediately familiar to users of the top-selling stompbox tuner for guitar and bass. The 21-segment meter and note display provide instant tuning feedback, and two arrow indicators clearly show when a note is in tune. The app can also play audible reference pitches, allowing users to tune by ear if desired. A newsfeed is included in the app as well, delivering up-to-date information on BOSS products and the artists who use them.


Pricing and Availability:
The BOSS Tuner App is available for free on the App Store and Google Play.

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