Training Mode

Use the full range of training options without time constraints and boost your knowledge of the fretboard.

Game Mode

Competitive play against the clock with many game levels of increasing difficulty.

Staff Learning Mode

Learn to read the notes on the musical staff and map them to your instrument.

Free Play Mode

Learn the position of notes just by freely poking around the fretboard at your own pace.

Smart Training Engine

Fretuoso determines your weaknesses and automatically focuses your training as needed.

Highly Customizable

Define your own custom tunings, decide which portions of the fretboard to focus on, and more!

Many Instruments  

5 electric and acoustic guitars, 3 basses, banjo, mandolin and ukulele.

Detailed Statistics

Advanced tracking of your progress, with detailed statistics for every fret.

Universal iPhone & iPad app

Beautiful, high-resolution Retina graphics on all devices.

Advanced Training

Expanded control over the training areas of the fretboard, including support for over 40 different scale types.

Social Integration

Share you progress with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, Game Center, and more.

iCloud Support

Your preferences, progress and purchases are securely stored in your iCloud account and accessible on all your devices.

Realistic Sounds

Makes your training more in tune with your instrument.

International App

Translated in 11 different languages worldwide.

Free To Try

Try any of the instruments, with ads. Unlock one or all of them via in-app purchase and access the full range of training options, ads-free.

Artist Testimonials

Learning the notes on the fretboard is key to any guitarist's development on the instrument, and [Fretuoso] is a neat way to get that info burned into your brain without having to carry a guitar with you everywhere you go. Pretty cool! Bryan Beller (The Aristocrats, Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Dethklok)
This is one of the best apps I've seen in a while. It's simple, fun and educational. Very useful for guitar players as a lot of [them] tend to play by ear and not care much about knowing the fret board. Rick Mussalam (Mike Keneally, Gryphon Labs)