How about being able to use Bluetooth headphones with the app?
Em B commented
It's really upsetting Bluetooth devices aren't supported. Here's why:
1. Wired headphones can be annoying as the wire gets in the way when playing
2. Playing without headphones often causes the instrument sound to cover the sound of the music coming from the phone: this makes so that the player has a hard time hearing the music correctly and gets out of the song rhythm easily. This is particularly annoying and increases the difficulty of learning especially for players who are completely unexperienced like me.
3. Often the app recognises the music notes coming from the phone as the notes you're playing and marks green notes that you haven't played or haven't played correctly.
Hope you'll integrate this soon on your app.
Yes please! I can’t live with wire and ukulele together!
Hello, I like to practice quietly.
I have a 6.35mm jack to usb c cable I use to connect my piano onto my computer or phone. It would be pretty great to be able to use it with the app to read my sound via usb and output the audio via bluetooth and go along the music sheets with me.
Make it happen
I totally agree. It's an absolute pain having a headphone cable running across the piano keyboard when playing Yousician on an iPad sitting on the piano music stand. I get that Bluetooth has a relatively large latency, but this could be solved on input by using the iPad's inbuilt microphone and on output by advancing the backing track to compensate.
I'd also like to be able to listen to Yousician with Bluetooth headphones while using the iPad microphone for input. This would at least eliminate the latency on input, and Yousician could compensate for the output latency when playing the backing track.
Lukas Riederle commented
Just adding a way to sync the audio delay on Bluetooth would be cool!
While it's convenient, Bluetooth is, by design, a fairly high latency protocol. Using it for input or output will introduce delays so that if you're using a BT mic, Yousician hears you late, or if you're using a BT speaker, you hear Yousician late, or both.
Alexey Kozin commented
As a user I want to be able switch in Yousician settings input and output sound devices sepatately.
For example: I want to use Yousician app with wireless headphones. I have wireless headphones with a microphone but the microphone on my iPad is better than on the headphones, and use of the application with headphones’s microphone is not comfortable, so in Yousician settings I choose iPad as an input device but the app sound goes to the iPad speakers too and I can’t leave the sound in my headphones. I want to be able to set the headphones as an output sound device for Yousician application sound and in the same moment I want to leave the iPad microphone as an input device. For now it switches both, microphone and sound together. Hope I explained clearly. Thank you.
Ellen Sizer-James commented
Come on! Sort some blue tooth out. The app says ' best used with headphones so off I went and bought some never dreaming that they wouldn't be compatible. Wires and a uke and a lap top is rubbish
I use an IPAD connected to my amp with BLUETOOTH.(Fender Mustang G40). sound is behind what is showing on the screen. My fix for now is connecting with headphone jack but what will I do when Apple does away with the headphone jack?
Yes, I have the same question. Please put in supporter for Bluetooth to be able to use better speakers
Deniss Teplihs commented
+100 for the bluetooth / wireless idea.
I think there surely has to be a room in Yousician game or it's support docs instructing people to use the app with different sorts of hardware, including different audio interfaces paired with tablets, PCs, Macs and mobile phones as well as supported and/or suggested setups for both wired and, especially - wireless things.
There is Boss Katana Air coming up shortly this year - the first wireless guitar amp on the market. This trend will definitely be evolving strongly. I'd personally love to get rid of the wires while practicing an electric guitar or amplified acoustic guitar. Now I badly need to know how will be I able to still use Yousician for practicing with the wireless setup?
Please support wireless headphone with Bluetooth. I am disappointed that I can't use my headphone which I have purchased to use when practising the guitar without disturbing others/being disturbed.
J Hudson commented
Won't be renewing my subscription as no Bluetooth support it's ridiculous in this day and age, you've lost my custom yousician get your act together!!
Jimmy Gu commented
Please add bluetooth support on the mobile app! It is very inconvenient to use with a regular wire headphone and that's why I switch it to wireless!! Please support it so we won't be pissed of by buggy app while Bluetooth is connected
This suggestion is already nearly 2 years old... are you working on it or just dropped it?
It would be so useful !
Please add Bluetooth support - I have a Amplifi Bluetooth guitar amp - sounds great but I can't play Yousician though it an no Bluetooth support, it's crazy? This is the only reason I'm not subscribing, please sort this out and add Bluetooth support.
It doesn't work with an iPhone and Bose (QC35 / SoundSport wireless ) bluetooth headphones.
Dennis Brothers commented
It must be your phone. I use Bluetooth with my Samsung Galaxy Note 4, works great.