UkeLib Chords - Ukulele Chord

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About this app

Explore the vast and comprehensive collection of ukulele chords in UkeLib Chords. Browse through ukulele chord charts containing all the possible positions of any chord along with suggested finger positions and audio demonstration of every chord position. Use the built-in search to quickly find any chord that you are looking for. Each chord is represented using beautiful vector-drawn chord diagrams. Easily share any chord with your friends or social media as a link. Whether​ you are just starting to play the uke or an advanced player, this app would be an invaluable tool for you.

Please note that all the chords are set to the most common tuning for the standard or soprano ukulele: G4–C4–E4–A4.

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Updated on
Aug 27, 2020

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127 reviews
A Google user
December 1, 2019
This is a very useful app to learn some good chords and the only ad is at the very bottom not on the way. For beginners who don't know any good chords for the ukulele, this is a good starting app.
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Howard Stewart
May 2, 2022
Most handy comprehensive notations and chords recomend all uke player keeps this handy for reference well laid out great access positive for novice, and seasoned player Memories not so sharp at finger tips .
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Daisy Vaughn
April 19, 2022
This app is sort of useful, but I don't understand - why not write the name of the chord? Why just a picture of the finger placement? I want to know what that chord is called.
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What's new

This update includes minor performance improvements.