Easy Circle of Fifths

4.7
187 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This app implements The Circle of Fifths and allows you to figure out chord progressions (e.g. I, IV, V) in any key, it also helps you understand musical Modes, and offers basic chord diagrams with the Root, 3rd and 5th note highlighted so you can better understand the fret board. This app is aimed at the guitarist who wants to improve their musical theory. It's built with Flutter and offered completely free of charge with no ads.

It's a simple app, made with love in Newark, NJ. All feedback is welcomed and I hope you enjoy it and find it useful.
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Oct 28, 2020

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4.7
187 reviews
A Google user
March 14, 2020
It has great intentions but to me falls short by not being able to take into account the real accidentals that are indicated by the key signature. To see g flat dom.7 (for ex.) presented as the V chord in B major is terribly confusing, especially for someone new to theory. It certainly has some great content but could needlessly confuse a beginner
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A Google user
April 18, 2020
Good app that gives all the major (and minor) chord structures for key signatures. It is also nicely set out and very clear. But as some reviews have suggested, although technically correct, a Gb should be written as F# (in the G key and D key). Not really an issue for myself, but if someone is learning theory it may be a little confusing. 4 stars.
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Jack Allman
October 29, 2020
The app does what it says. It gives an overview of the circle of fifths, chords shapes for each of the notes in the key your looking at, and all 7 modes. Rarely do I find an app that does exactly what it claims. Excellent resource for the intermediate guitarist.
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What's new

This release takes greater care in the usage of flats and sharps within a key E.g. the key of B has 5 sharps; A#, D#, G#, C# and F#. Previous version referred to these as flats Bb, Eb, Ab etc. We think this greatly improves the accuracy for those new to music theory. Also in this release...an Adaptive Icon and some minor hotfixes.