Perfect Ear users have poor learning experiences

Perfect Ear is nearly perfect though they have some issues they should tend to. The learning experience is highly graded though its sentiment is quite volatile. Their notes have a lower graded than every other topic as well.

Caption of an ear.
Photo: Travis Isaacs

Easy to use

Average grade: 4,86 / 5
Occurrence rate: 6%
The sentiment is quite volatile though it decreased quite substantially in November 2019. Correlating topics are “exercises” and “helpful”.

Learning

Average grade: 4,79 / 5
Occurrence rate: 9%
This sentiment is also quite volatile and it started in April 2019. Correlating topics are “theory” and “great”



Bluetooth

Average grade: 4,67 / 5
Occurrence rate: 9%
The sentiment has been increasing since February 2020. Correlating topics are “great” and “rhythm”.

Notes

Average grade: 4,11 / 5
Occurrence rate: 3%
The sentiment has been increasing since March 2020. Correlating topics are “pitch” and “played”.

Caption of the topic “notes” from the dashboard of this analysis.

The research team at Gavagai performed this analysis using our AI-powered text analysis tool, Gavagai Explorer. All texts analyzed in this article are collected from public online data published on Google Play.

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