Google search now has a chromatic tuner

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Google is adding a new feature to its search engine, a chromatic tuner with which you can tune an instrument from the results page on basically any device.

The system works in both desktop and mobile browsers and to find it you just have to type “google tuner in the search field. This functionality requires access to the device’s microphone and here there may be some inconsistency in the results.

In my case, I tested it on a desktop browser with a USB microphone and on a Poco X3 phone; In both worked without problems. However, results can vary slightly on some phones that don’t have good microphones.

An interesting detail is that since it’s a chromatic tuner, it’s sensitive to different tones and isn’t preselected for a specific tuning like some tools or apps.

Perhaps the best thing about Google Search Tuner is that it becomes the cleanest way to tune a tool on mobile. Because yes, there are plenty of apps out there that do the same thing, but many of the free ones are full of ads or some even have paid walls for certain tests.

Therefore, from now on, it may be a good idea to keep the Google tuner in a flag ready for emergency use, since the interface is very simple and clear for the task at hand: a tool modification.

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