Find yourself using the same chord progressions over and over? Are you unsure what chords sound good together? Do you feel like you’ve mastered C and G Major, but are at a loss with what chords to use in B flat minor, let alone F sharp Mixolydian? That’s exactly the problem that I was having,
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Elements – Periodic Table Order Quiz Put the elements in order on the Periodic Table. Great for students that are learning the Periodic Table, but also fun for adults to test their knowledge!!! See if you can learn something new!!! Select from 4 levels. Beginner is the first 20 elements. This is often what is
First go through the candlestick patterns to familiarize yourself with them. Select if you want to view Bullish or Bearish patterns. Then quiz yourself on the patterns. A figure will be shown with 4 options, just pick the correct answer. Additionally, 50+ patterns are available to peruse on the Apple Watch as a
New ad supported racing game. You are driving down the road in the wrong direction. Avoid hitting oncoming cars. Pickup fuel on your way so you don’t run out.
Updated with Apple Watch Support. Updated for iOS 8. Added Watch support, allowing you to select a natural key, then swipe through a dozen chords for each key. Turn the watch around to see a chord while you play! Existing features on iPhone and iPad: Great for Beginners. Over 200 chords. If you’re not
Test your knowledge of geography. Great for kids and adults! Select a region, then for each highlighted country, select the correct answer. When done with a region, the number correct and time taken will be shown. The high scores and times are recorded on the main page. Keep trying until you get a perfect score
Test your knowledge of the countries and territories of the world. Select from North America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Oceania. If you select the correct answer, the answer turns green, and you are awarded one point. If you select the wrong answer, the answer turns red, and the
This app tries to solve the problem of not only forgetting to take your medication, but remembering that you already took is, so that you don’t accidentally take it twice. Select the medication from the list, enter the time and how often to take it. Enter any notes like “take with food” or “round red
Unjumble the tiles into a name.
If you already have perfect pitch, test it! If not, then practice with this! Choose to display the notes in Music Notation or as letters if you aren’t versed in Music Notation. Four instrument sound options are provided (Piano, Guitar, Trumpet, Violin.) If you play an instrument, this will allow you to best match the