Developed by D'Addario & Company, Inc.

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2009-03-28
  • Current Version: 2.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 26.59 MB
  • Developer: D'Addario & Company, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 1,391 Reviews)
  • Price:
D'Chords App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 1,391 Reviews

D'Chords App Description

D'Chords is the quintessential hand-held guitar chord library brought to you by D'Addario & Company, Inc., the world's largest designer, manufacturer and distributor of musical instrument accessories. D'Chords is a companion to D'Addario's complete guitar scale and arpeggio app, "D'Scales." The D'Addario D'Chords puts a comprehensive and accurate library of over 7800 guitar chords into the palm of your hand. The D'Chords displays the notes and fingerings on a virtual fretboard, and allows you to view each chord selected in every position up and down the guitar neck. You can even strum the virtual strings to play and hear each chord in pristine audio. The library is separated into Root, Chord Type and Chord Variants, allowing you to navigate to any chord easily and quickly. The D'Chords even has a "lefty mode" for the often-ignored left handed guitarist. Enjoy exploring and expanding your chord vocabulary with this easy-to-use, comprehensive library. FEATURES: - More than 7000 chords in the Library - Displays notes and fingerings on a virtual fretboard - Displays chords in multiple fretboard positions - Strum strings to play and hear chord - Includes left-and right-handed diagrams D'Chords was developed by Audiofile Engineering, a leading developer of audio software for Mac OS X and the iPhone.


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App Reviews

  • Half step off on newer iPhone 8+

    By McMerciless
    As a reference chord tool these apps are a great assistant, but this and the D’Scales app are off key on my new iPhone. I’m guessing these apps are no longer supported with updates?
  • Just "okay"

    By 7equals4
    This app is okay. The original from Planet Waves was better, and this "refresh" leaves much to be desired. First, it looks okay; not spectacular, and it is spartan if you like that look. It only works on the iPhone, so avoid it if you only have an iPad. If you do have an iPhone, the controls work but space is cramped unless you have a larger phone model. Guitar Master might be a better choice over this because it comes with many more options. So three stars because it works, but the lack of iPad support is a detriment in my view.
  • What's happening its crashing now

    By iammartian_mel
    The new update keeps crashing. Fix please

    By SoulDivine7
    This used to be the absolute best scale app, until the latest update. SMH I had to buy the guitar tools app from this company to get the old format, and I will never download another update if the format is like this. Str8 Regression
  • Beautiful Redesign

    By jobjacker
    I'm not sure what the people who have posted 1-star reviews are talking about. The new design is both beautiful and more functional. It supports all screen sizes for new devices, adds landscape mode, adds a play button, and otherwise has the exact same functionality as the previous version. Controls have been moved to the bottom where they belong (especially important for larger devices). It's nice to finally see some music apps updated with modern designs. "Software engineer with 25 years in the business." That's a laugh because you obviously don't know what you're talking about. Read the HIG.
  • What the hell?!

    By LiveToSmile7
    Why would you mess with a perfect app!? Why? You messed up everything!
  • Very Disappointed

    By Lmiller59
    I'm a long time user of this and the Scale Wizard apps and can't begin to say how disappointed I am with this "upgrade". You got rid of a very cool looking 3d GUI that was easy to use and replaced it with a design that looks like it was done by kindergarteners. As a software engineer with over 25 years in the business, I would fire developers who took what was there before and turned it into this. Congrats on ruining a great couple of apps. You should stick to strings - you're good at those. Obviously app development is just not your forte...
  • Way to ruin a great app

    By Guy259
    I used to love this app before D'addario bought it. User interface is terrible now, unbelievably clumsy and hard to use. Navigation was so much easier before. You guys make great strings but ruin apps
  • Boooooo

    By Renegade44shk
    New interface is the pits!!! Looks cheep! You just jumped back 20 years in UI design.
  • Hate the new look.

    By mendenheezy
    The simple design looks cheap and uninspired. The previous version looked so much better.