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Doesn't sound like a big deal but
on May 7, 2018
Not exactly 'user friendly.' Tuning is based on instrument not on the pitch itself. So for instance changing the tuning on a guitar to dadgab would require changing a setting to flats. I've used tuners that will just register the tone with the note, flat or sharp - that is the most user friendly option. So if you were tuning to C you'll need to set the tuner 4 flats. Doesn't sound like a big deal but, why does this exist? My guess is people don't know the notes on guitar, violin, banjo, ect.
The other slash of a star is the tuner, I don't think it's so accurate. Will state it's in pitch when it just isn't. Maybe none of this matters to you - great then, buy it. If it does, look elsewhere.