This will be the User Guide for Anytune on Android. There is not much here yet.
We hope Anytune is easy and intuitive to use and you will not need to read this guide, but we will have one.
Warning! Anytune is available in an early prerelease version. There may be significant changes. We cannot guarantee the apps reliability and your data. Marks and settings may be lost.
Anytune requires Android 7.1 (Nougat) or greater. Anytune has not yet been tested on Android 11.
Anytune should look familiar. It is based on the original Anytune on iOS and follows common music app and Android UI conventions. You can play songs directly from your devices file system or open in from other apps.
You can adjust the tempo, pitch and tuning. You can save marks to create sections and use auto loop for easy looping.
- Play a song from your Library to create a Project
- Long Tap any button for help and settings.\
- Double Tap a slider to toggle between default and your last setting.
- Double Tap objects in the waveform view to select and apply actions.
Watch the Quick Start Tutorial video:
Anytune will play MP3, M4A,WAV, AIFF, AAC-LC, HE-AAC, and STEMS (by Native Instruments).
We will bring all the great features of Anytune from Apple to Android and more.
We value your input and ideas and hope you join us on our journey to make Anytune awesome!