[App] ChordBank – Guitar Chords
Learn and look up THOUSANDS of guitar chords.
Play guitar, right on your Android phone or tablet. Major, minor, 7th, and so many more chords.
Full fingerings show you which fingers to put where, with barres clearly labeled to get you up and down the fretboard.
Clean, clear interface makes choosing chords a snap.
Full left handed support for all fingerings.
Strum to hear any chord played from gorgeous, crisp audio samples. Sounds great from the phone speaker, or headphones to brush up on chords in private.
Terms of Service: www.chordbank.com/terms-of-service.
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ChordBank user reviews :
It’s a great app. Basic cords for free. Full access is premium (small fee). Well made visual interface to practice chords with. Definitely worth supporting, especially if you use the app for learning purposes.
Cool app where you can click the notes on the fretboard to find the chord names. I’m still using the free version so you only see minor major inversions. But its the best app for finding chords by far, instead of trolling through endless charts.
While it does have some interesting features that are accessible with the free version and many of the basic chords are included with the free version,, there are some relatively common chords that you must pay to see which are available for free in other apps. This makes this app considerably less desireable. Rather pay for something else like no ads or to have some other desireable feature. Otherwise it just seems like a money grab…that I dont really need.
Free version is useless. Only very basic chords available on the free version. After that they want you to pay a staggering £5 to look at a diagram of a chord. There are a billion other chord aps out there that will give me what I want for free. Show me ads instead. I haven’t got time to pull my CC out for a chord diagram lol. See you on skid row
It is a good app but it’s not for me I would recommend it to my family and friends to get it try it for yourself see what they think about it they might like it
No open string scales. Huh? These are the very first thing it should have. Dont buy until this is added. Works for what it has. When I pay money for something i expect it to be as complete, or more, than the free competition.
Lovely stuff..finding out you could pluck/strum the strings was the icing on the musical cake..Nowt wrong with this at all as far as I can see..over and out..
1. Left hand version not fully developed (box displaying sounded and unsounded strings stuck in right-hand mode). 2. Developer unresponsive to feedback.
nice appearance. seems like it could be worthwhile, but free version is pretty much worthless.
This app very full chord and very good to player
Great app with great customer support.
Sent an enquiry to the support email. No reply. Retried today. On android you dont get all the functions
Very good, excellent, app, everything is placed accordingly as per users help.
Would be better if it had open strings as notes and wouldn’t have paid features
Its the best and is very helpfull for beginners to learn
Just teaching myself chords and this app is brilliant
I love reverse chord lookup function
I use this app to write music all the time! When I can’t pick up my guitar, all I need are headphones and a pen. It is probably one of the most useful apps I have, allowing me to quickly hear multiple voicings of different chords and scales immediately without having to pluck them out physically when I get home or work them out in my head silently while I am out.
I like the app but it is missing many very very helpful things from the IOS version which should be put into this version. Things such as: genius button that tells you what chords sounds nice with each other and the chord builder part of the chord options. I would rate it the full 5 stars if it had all these features.
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