You can now tune your guitar in Google Search
Ukulele and Bass tuners next?
Dimapur, Oct. 8 (EMN): Smartphones have made tuning a guitar easier than ever. You can just download a tuning app from the Google Play Store or ask Google Assistant to tune your instrument and you are good to go. However, Google has made it, even more, effortless to tune your guitar — Google Search now has a built-in chromatic tuner.
The tech giant rolled out the feature yesterday and it can be accessed on pretty much any device.
Google Assistant had a similar feature, however, it only worked on devices that had access to the voice assistant. The implementation of a tuner right inside the search console means that pretty much any device with a built-in microphone can now tune your instrument.
Just search for “Google tuner” in Google search, and you will find the tuner at the top of the results page. The tuner works on both desktop and mobile, however, you need to have a microphone plugged in your desktop and depending on the quality of the microphone on your device, your results may vary.
Here is how it looks like on a desktop.
Please note that depending on the microphone of your device, you might need to play loudly or really, really close to them. Not to mention that smartphones might deliver better performance than desktops.
The “Google tuner” joins a host of music-related features in Google Search including “Metronome” and “Hum to Search.”