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Tall Toad music store did not have a

2023-10-27 23:50:01.895979+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Tall Toad music store did not have a pitch pipe (maybe that explains some things about the local music scene...). So I thought "okay, maybe I just run a pitch pipe app on my phone".

Android App Store is just... like, this is a simple thing, I wanna pay a few bucks, get something that will work reliably (ie: not have to have a network connection, probably not have ads).

But everything is free with undefined in-app purchases, which is like "shit, for that I'll write my own web page". Sigh.

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#Comment Re: Tall Toad music store did not have a made: 2023-10-28 15:34:19.238659+02 by: markd

"oh, you wanted to hear a G[Wiki] now? Please watch this 30 second (but actually 45 seconds due to animations, timeouts, and having to tap) Royal Match Ad. Or join our All Notes Subscription plan for only $4.99/mo!

#Comment Re: Tall Toad music store did not have a made: 2023-10-30 19:08:01.223371+01 by: Dan Lyke


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