The chords app lets you create chord charts that can be played back, shared, and exported to PDF. The page is also useful for learning new chords or figuring out the name of a chord you've discovered.
Get started by clicking on the fretboard to add notes and construct a chord.
The main sections are annotated below.
The fretboard is where you create chords. Click on fret-string combinations to add notes. Click the space before the end of a string to add or remove an open note or to remove a note from the string.
Use the controls panel to change aspects of the guitar and note and string labels.
The structure panel gives information on chord construction: the root, triad, and extensions for the chord.
When you click the "+" button above the fretboard the chord is added to the chart area. Once you've added one or more chords to the chart area you can save a new chord chart to revisit, share, or print to PDF.
Clicking on a chord in the chart reveals controls to edit, play, move, or delete it. Chords can also be dragged to re-order the chart.