Google Tuner could help you achieve the right guitar pitch. As of the moment, Google is making huge efforts to enhance its search engine service and other products.
These include the new Google guitar tuner, which currently works in smartphones, laptops, and computers. Unlike other fancy digital tuners, which offer animated whistles or bells, this new Google feature has a simple gray and white design.
As of the moment, there is still one issue with the new feature of the search engine giant. Some users said that the name doesn't actually fit the goal of the new function.
This is specifically with its name since you actually need to search for the "Google Tuner" word. They explained that if they wanted to use a digital tuner, they would use the term "guitar tuner" instead of the new feature's name.
How To Use Google Tuner?
According to The Next Web's latest report, Google Tuner is a newly released feature of the tech giant. Since this is the case, consumers can expect that the search engine giant would further fix the name issue and enhance the capabilities of this new function.
After that, you must allow your device to access your microphone so that it can record the sound created by your instrument. Once you enable your mic, Google Tuner tells you if your guitar's pitch is perfect sharp or flat.
This new digital guitar tuner is quite efficient when it comes to tuning your musical instrument. Some users have already confirmed that it is comparable to the physical tuners sold in various stores.
Aside from releasing new features, Google is also focusing on enhancing its other services. In other news, the company confirmed new Google partnerships to enhance its APP.
Other New Google Features
Aside from the new Google Tuner, the tech giant firm also introduced a new search filter for Android and Gmail.
This allows consumers to filter their search results on their handsets easily. On the other hand, the search engine provider also updated its monetization and ads policies.
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Written by: Griffin Davis