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    Default Article: An Interview with Tunefox's Bennett Sullivan

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    Default Re: Article: An Interview with Tunefox's Bennett Sullivan

    Checked out the free tunes on the web version ... this is a fun app.

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    Plans on an Android version?

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    +1 on Android version. This is awesome (and I'll use it on my iPad), but I'll never understand why anyone would build an app first for a phone with less than a 13% market share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gunter View Post
    Checked out the free tunes on the web version ... this is a fun app.
    Hey Mark, so glad you dig Tunefox! Thanks for checking it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mando_dan View Post
    Plans on an Android version?
    Hey Dan,

    Not yet, but the web version Tunefox is optimized to work on Android tablets. Let me know if you have any more questions.

    Thanks,
    B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kris N View Post
    +1 on Android version. This is awesome (and I'll use it on my iPad), but I'll never understand why anyone would build an app first for a phone with less than a 13% market share.
    Hey Kris,

    We're glad you dig Tunefox! An Android version would be great to have. The reason for iPhone is just because I have been an Apple user since I started using smartphones and when I came up with a concept for our first app (Listen & Learn: Banjo) I looked for a developer that specialized in iOS because that's what I was familiar with. Back then we weren't looking to start a business at that point so iOS vs. Android didn't matter too much to us.

    2.5 years after our first app we created Tunefox and have since brought a web developer in. But we just haven't had the resources to bring an Android developer onto our team. I think it would be amazing to add this and as we grow it'll definitely be a priority.

    Hope that helps.

    Thanks,
    Bennett

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    Some cool info in a Tunefox email blast just now. Most interesting to us, a new item How to Learn the Mandolin Fingerboard with Jacob Jolliff and Sitting on Top of the World for Mandolin [FB Live Recording].

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    Noting the one year anniversary of this feature interview.

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    I like the principle but it needs some refining. I have noticed the mandolin and band sounds lag, or stop for a second on longer notes causing it to have a choppy flow when trying to play along with it. I really want this to work as it's a great learning tool if the bugs get worked out. I am using it on a android tablet set to desktop mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B381 View Post
    I like the principle but it needs some refining. I have noticed the mandolin and band sounds lag, or stop for a second on longer notes causing it to have a choppy flow when trying to play along with it. I really want this to work as it's a great learning tool if the bugs get worked out. I am using it on a android tablet set to desktop mode.
    Hey there! Unfortunately that does happen on some browsers. Shoot me an email at support@tunefox.com and let me know what youíre using and Iíll see if we can get it fixed for you. Thanks for commenting. -Bennett
    CEO/Co-Founder
    Listen & Learn, Inc.
    Tunefox

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