- The NoteSmart Guitar Chord Library contains over 118,000 computer generated guitar chords - all with suggested fingering.
- NoteSmart features 192 different chord Types.
- Using the Tap Mode, you can tap notes on the fretboard screen to see the name of the chord (including many alternate names).
The main library contains the full chord list with suggested fingering. You can swipe-left to add a chord in the list to the favorites list. If you add a bar chord to favorites, all matching chords in all keys will also be automatically added. Many different chords share the same notes and fingering.
The favorites list contains many popular chords and you can customize by adding or deleting chords as needed. Swipe-left to delete any chord from the list.
The tap mode allows you to tap on the guitar fretboard screen to find the name of any chord (you will need to select at least 3 different notes to make a chord). Suggested chord fingering will automatically be added to your chord. Alternate names for the chord will be shown below in many cases.
To find a chord, you can select the "single note" symbol to select the key (tonic). Selecting the "chord" symbol will let you select the type of chord (the Main list has the most chords). You can also find a chord by entering it in the search box. The main chord list displays variations from open string chords - to bar chords up to guitar neck. In some cases a second list (excluding the 5th) will follow the main list. Just keep scrolling to see what's available.