Chordify - chords for any song

Chordify - chords for any song

By Chordify BV

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2016-09-11
  • Current Version: 3.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 60.60 MB
  • Developer: Chordify BV
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,763 Ratings

Description

Chordify is your #1 platform for chords. We help musicians of all levels to learn and play the music they love. Chordify gives you the chords for any song and aligns them to the music in a simple to use player. FEATURES Get started with Chordify right now and get immediate access to the following free features: - Accurate chords for any song - Curated content & personal library - Animated views for guitar, piano, and ukulele - Seamless integration with YouTube and Soundcloud - Search our 4,500,000 song catalog, and any other song in the world - Cross-platform library integration (desktop, mobile) Subscribe to Chordify Premium and get access to the following extra features: - Import and Chordify your own music files - Easily transpose the chords if you want to play in a different key - Try the capo feature and play your chordified songs the easy way - Slow down songs to keep up - Loop tricky parts to jam like a pro - Offline Mode - Download the chords from your favorite songs as MIDI file for easy audio editing - Take the calculated chords with you as a PDF printout, wherever you go. You can subscribe to Chordify Premium annually or monthly. If you choose to subscribe, you will be charged the access price according to your local store currency. The price will be shown in the App before you complete the payment. Annual and Monthly subscriptions auto-renew unless explicitly turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period and you will be charged accordingly. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Everyone is a musician. Start playing. QUOTES “I'm using Chordify to learn new tunes for my Punk Rock Karaoke Band” - Greg Hetson, Guitarist - Bad Religion, The Circle Jerks, Punk Rock Karaoke “Chordify is incredible for studying music. Drop in a video and it works out the chords to play along.” - Oliver, user “Chordify is the greatest invention since someone thought to put milk in espresso. SERIOUSLY.” - Stephen, user ABOUT Chordify Website: https://chordify.net Twitter: https://twitter.com/Chordify Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Chordify Privacy Policy: https://chordify.net/pages/privacy-policy/ Terms & Conditions: https://chordify.net/pages/terms-and-conditions/

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Reviews

  • Great !!

    5
    By dobrojaws
    The best app for the way I play !
  • Terrible

    1
    By Jason Salvador
    The subscription is a waste of money 👎
  • A music lovers dream!

    5
    By Jersey Viking
    This app is awesome! Never knew how many songs were just simple chords! I love using it! They have everything from Ray Lamontagne’s It’s such a simple thing to Shel Silverstein’s I don’t have to Brag! If you picked up a guitar , Ukelele, or piano you need this app!!!
  • Not impressed so far

    2
    By Cable-less person
    I am sure it is very difficult to program this type of app, but the accuracy of the cords is pretty low. Too low to be really useable in my opinion. The app program also seems to get confused by timing. Example, I was looking for the Al Jarreau version of Since I fell For You, clearly in 4/4 time and the app for some reason thinks it is 3/4 time. Additionally it appears the only chords it can find are 135 major and 135 minor chords. No major 7, no major 6, no diminished, etc. Far too basic for real music. As a novelty this app is fun, but as a really usable app tool for generating the correct chords to a song, not so much. Hopefully there will be improvements in the future.
  • Great for guitarists

    5
    By bonpou
    Since Riffstation is no longer available, I was looking for an alternative. I found Chordify and have been really happy. The subscription price is reasonable and allows me to use the capo feature. Great app for guitarists who like playing along with recorded music.
  • They want your money

    1
    By Me=beastmode
    I used to love this app. I got Chordify because there were some songs I just couldn’t find the chords for. I used to be able to change the tempo, transpose the music and change the chords so I could use a capo. All of a sudden it tells me I need to pay for those features? I’m so mad because this app used to be really helpful, but now I’m thinking of just deleting it.
  • Très pratique

    5
    By Cardorelle
    Wonderful
  • Doesn’t work

    1
    By Ortiz.com1991
    I want my money back am not going to pay 44
  • Frustrated!

    1
    By Wdav
    This app has more bugs than a Florida swamp at sundown. I just paid for the full yearly membership and found out that it just doesn’t work. Once you choose a song you have to completely quit the app and restart it to get back to any menu. You are supposed to be able to pull down, but that doesn't work. This is just a sample of the bugs found, too many to list here. Looks like I just wasted a yearly subscription amount. I suggest purchasing a couple of cases of beer and wait until these folks get their act (app) together and fix it!
  • Eh it’s alright

    3
    By gracefularden
    This is the second best app I’ve found (first being Riffstation), but it needs improvement. Suggestion for the developers- pick a chord name and stick with it. The inconsistent use of chord names through the app really gets on my nerves and makes some songs nearly unplayable. It’s because of this, that I’m undecided with paying for a subscription. For example: I use the ukulele option more often than others. While I know chords generally have two names (the right one and the weird one), the way chordify generates the chords for each song is perplexing as well as frustrating. For one example, F# and Gb are exactly the same chord. I’ve found some songs that use either or, but with no reason as to why. Why not stick with the common name? Or just all alternate names? To be honest I don’t care- I can relearn chord names with shapes, in due time, but for God’s sake just stick with one or the other— it’s driving me crazy.

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