Chordbook 1.2 App For iPhone
Ross Coops has released version 1.2 of Chordbook, the guitar, bass, and keyboard chord computer for Apple's iPhone/iPod Touch.
Version 1.2 includes a new menu an user interface.
Other new features include:
- "Guitar Chords" view for quick lookup of 2,448 chords.
- "What's This Chord" reverse lookup of suggested chords by inputting the notes played on the fretboard.
- A new Help menu available from most places within the application.
The features from previous versions of Chordbook are still available such as guitar, bass and keyboard views featuring editing of tunings, scales, and chords; multiple tunings for guitar/bass; 14 scale types; 34 chord types; 3 display modes (chord name, roman numeral, and numeric); and random chord generation by simply shaking the iPhone.
Pricing & Availability
Chordbook is available for $2.99 on the iTunes App Store.
For more information, visit iphone.rosscoops.com.
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