SnapNPlay is a newcomer to the Play Store which allows you to capture a line of music which it will then play back to you.
The demo version allows you to capture the desired selection from a piece of sheet music and will then play it back, allowing you to change the tempo and watch the note’s light up as played.
The paid version which is £2.51 allows you to change the key of the piece, which upon first use of the demo version is necessary as any piece will be played in the key of C regardless of the key it is supposed to be in. So the music doesn’t necessarily play the correct pitch in the demo version.
First thoughts; app is a good concept does however need some work. The few downloads so far have also reported the same feedback – Clef’s and any other musical symbols outside of the main stave do get picked up as random notes sometimes as you can see in the above image. I’m sure if we keep watching we will se great things from this developer and they have promised in the description to “keep working on this for years to come making it better and more useful.” Hopefully they stick to this, in the meantime I’m certainly watching to see where this will head in the near future.