Military Cadences app for iPhone and iPad
9660 ratings )
Current version: 2.0.0
, last update: 11 months ago
First release : 20 May 2010
App size: 527.01 Kb
These are the the words, no audio.
Marching and Running Cadences for the United States Army, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Navy. This is a quick and handy reference to learn some cadences.
There are currently 24 cadences in the app. Please submit your own and they will be added in the next update.
Pros and cons of Military Cadences app for iPhone and iPad
Military Cadences app good for
It has a lot of variety but it needs audio for it to be fully worth the 99 cents
This was perfect for the little refreshers I needed to call some cadences. Most of us remember part of these cadences, its just remembering all the lines when your out there and to not look stupid. If you need to actually hear the tunes than you are probably too inexperienced anyway, most cadences go off of a few similar tunes as it is.
This app has already paid for itself in spades. I have received several complements after learning these cadences and trying them with the platoon. If you like this one you should also try this developers army study guide app. A+++++
Cadences are great. Some of them however are tough to figure out when marching. Beats are sometimes off too.
Other than that though its very helpful
If it came with the tune itd be perfect
Some bad moments
For 99 cents I expected to hear the cadences called out. Please add this feature. I want to play a loop while I run.
I was very disappointed to find no sound, only lyrics. Please add in the future otherwise this should have been a free app.
This app need to have the Gunny singing so you can run and SING ALONG and not just the words. WHEN you add this feature it would totally be worth the buck. Maybe I will make one with a platoon actually singing. Oooh maybe R. Lee Ermy would be the lead ...
No Sound! Even if this app were free I would delete it off of my phone…you are wasting my time.
The lyrics werent correct on half. The selection was very limited. And it could use a little more thought if I have to pay for it. The app should be free for what you get.
These are nothing how they actually go. At least not for the marine corp