And the target audience is...?
I'm sure there are people who understand this, but I cannot.
There are buttons with foreign language, and some sort of score being kept, but without any sort of instructions it is nearly impossible to sort this thing out. I feel like I'm in the middle of an inside joke.
The graphics could use some work, but it's pretty cool. May I suggest using an animated piano? The player would recreate the intervals by clicking the keys. This would still require the player to know which interval it is but give it more of an interactive "game" type feel. The way it is, it probably feels a little imposing and more like an exam to people who know nothing about music. I'm sure with better graphics and a piano to play with even non musicians would have fun with it.
This is a game, you need to guess which interval is playing. Very nice and useful, maybe an English version?
This would make perfect sense to me... If I spoke more Swedish and Latin. This is still an awesome tool and good practice for three crazy languages- including music. Good job, maybe make a full English one. lol