## 5. IWasDoingAllRight

With a name like that, this one is hard to miss. It's a free, web-based option that doesn't only do intervals, but chords and melodies too. It's always encouraging when the app's author uses their own software for training, and that's the case with this one. IWasDoingAllRight gives you quite a lot of control over your training session with options for the tempo, the delay between plays, and allowing you to select the key center and starting cadence.

Check it out here.

## 6. BigEars Ear Trainer

Here's one I used one time the night before an exam when MusicTheory.net was inaccessible. It's nice and simple, and it does the job. It gives you a choice between ascending, descending or both, and you can tick the checkboxes next to each interval to determine which ones you want to train on. It's also got a fairly unique feature where next to each interval name is a button that lets you hear that specific interval. Don't use it to cheat, though!

Check it out here.

As with any list, for every option I've listed there are a million more out in the wild. If you have a favorite, let us know about it in the comments.