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Anytune Continues to Break Records with the Launch of Anytune(TM) 3.5 for iOS
Highest-rated music practice app on Apple App Store first to introduce desktop-quality features high-fidelity exporting and ReTune™

OTTAWA, Ontario, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Anytune, the ultimate music practice iOS app for musicians of all kinds, just got even better. Continuing its mission of bringing desktop-quality features to the iPhone and iPad, Anytune 3.5 is the first music practice app to offer the ability to ReTune a track during playback by scripting pitch and tempo changes.  Anytune 3.5 also exports the highest sound quality of pitch and tempo adjusted tracks of any iOS music practice app.


"My band is working on a new medley and the 3 songs we're putting together are in 3 different keys," explained Spitfire91 bassist Mack King. "With Anytune 3.5's ReTune feature, we can save multiple key change markers through the set and have the app seamlessly switch between them as we play.  It's awesome."

Anytune has earned its coveted status as the highest-rated music practice app through achieving an average customer ranking of 5-stars, something it attributes to a relentless focus on customer feedback.  "Music teachers asked us to provide a feature to create tempo and pitch adjusted songs to send to their students who do not have iPads," cites co-founder and CTO Sean Kormilo. "We listened and are proud to introduce a high-fidelity export option that lets teachers share tuned tracks with their students via email or apps such as Dropbox."

Anytune Pro+ 3.5 is available now from Apple's App Store for $16.99, as well as on the Anytune website at  A free trial version is also available.

About Anystone Technologies
Anystone Technologies created Anytune to enhance the music learning experience by leveraging the latest tablet and smartphone technology. Musicians worldwide use Anytune to learn to play or transcribe songs by slowing down the tempo, adjusting the pitch, repeating loops, setting navigation marks and sharing timed comments using their favorite tracks.  Through listening intensely to customer feedback since it's introduction, Anytune Pro+ is consistently ranked as the highest-rated music practice app by it's customers.

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