GuitarTapp PRO - Tabs & Chords

GuitarTapp PRO - Tabs & Chords

By 8:45 Tools

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-12-21
  • Current Version: 2.9.8
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 5.96 MB
  • Developer: 8:45 Tools
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 5.1.1 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 561 Ratings


Throw away your song books and start jamming with GuitarTapp today! Search and view 500,000+ guitar tabs, chords, power tabs, bass tabs and drum tabs. Has autoscroll feature, large chords dictionary with diagrams and variations, save, open and edit tabs on your device, transpose songs, create setlists, find YouTube videos and watch video lessons. Free app updates included! GuitarTapp is the only tab viewer capable of adjusting tabs to fit your screen's width, using the innovative IntelliWrap technique: this eliminates the need to scroll horizontally. You'll find no other app with so many features, NO additional purchases required, FREE app updates and FREE tabs library updates. Main features: * Quickly find chords, guitar tabs, power tabs, bass tabs and drum tabs for 350,000+ songs * Predictive search suggestions * Autoscroll: play along from the screen, using the song's duration to determine scroll speed * On-board chord dictionary: view chord diagrams and fingering alternatives for hundreds of guitar and ukulele chords, includes left-handed support. * Transpose: quickly change the song key by transposing the chords up or down * IntelliWrap: eliminates horizontal scrolling by intelligently breaking up tabs and chords into screen-sized pieces * Favorites: save tabs on your device * Setlists: create and manage setlists for live performances * Power Tab support (are converted to text tabs) * ChordPro rendering engine for PDF-like scores * NEW (simple) metronome * Find songs or video lessons on YouTube * Save and load tabs to/from device, and edit them! * Open your own files * 'White on black' option available for tab viewing; reduces battery consumption * Portrait and landscape modes supported * Adjustable tabs font size * Supports iPad: very useful as teleprompter / autocue for live performances on stage * Bluetooth pedals support for handsfree scrolling, turning pages, loading next song on setlist etc * Send to e-mail feature * Export to PDF for ChordPro files Buy now and get unlimited access to the ultimate guitar tabs collection! ** IMPORTANT: Please e-mail us if you run into a bug, or would like a feature to be added. Do NOT ask questions in a review, as we are unable to reply to you! **




  • So Helpful

    By MG Diva
    This app has made learning new songs a snap! I love how easy it is to transpose to another key, share and adjust the scroll speed.
  • Help

    By FloridaGP
    Your app keeps freezing up on me and I can’t go forward or backward. The keyboard doesn’t come up. I deleted your app, then added it back. Same problem, different day. Frustrating. Thank you-
  • Somethings up

    By Janet Silver
    Support site is down and apps won’t sync.......right after I automate my band and 4 setlists! Come back guys
  • Great app

    By Doc. Ryan
    Best guitar app I've ever used. Definitely worth the money.
  • Great app!

    By Elbee6
    If you play guitar you will love this holistic app. I play bass and the context of Guitar Tapp has been a welcomed pragmatic tool that has enhanced my knowledge and skills as a player. You will enjoy it.
  • The only set list maker you need

    By Shawn's Account 1967
    Really changed the what I gig, in a very positive and productive direction.
  • It’s good but doesn’t works fine with iPad mini iOS 11

    By riverslucas
    I like this app but since I updated to iOS 11, it’s slow and every time I minimize it and reopen it later, it doesn’t do anything, so I have to close it and reopen it.
  • WRONG!

    By atx920
    Half of the stuff in here is so dumbed down and in many cases, absolutely wrong, It is not worth using. in one case according to this the song chorus just drags on on the four chord and does not even resolve on the tonic. The licks are wrong. I would tell you that if you want to learn a song, try to find a video of the artist doing it acoustic on YouTube or something. And watch and take notes and write your own tab out. That way you will learn all the nuances, hammers and slides, riffs - The actual correct chords to the song. Its harder that way but well worth it.
  • Indispensable

    By 900hp
    This is where I keep and manage basically every song I know how to play. I had hundreds of songs saved on Android, and when I moved to iOS the sync feature made it a seamless transition. The catalog has almost any popular song you can think of. If it's in the wrong key I use the transpose function.
  • Cannot open songs!!

    By Sunday rocker
    Works perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S8, but when I try to open a song on my iPad I get an error message saying "'Undefined' is not an object", whatever that means. In other words, the app is non-usable. I certainly don't want to have to use my phone on stage!