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Ukulele Tabs & Chords
Android - English

A great app with a HUGE library of songs to choose from. It is a super resource of material when progressing with the Ukulele. While most people are isolating and staying indoors trying to #flattenthecurve due to the Covid-19 outbreak, this is the perfect time to improve or discover your musical talents and this app is definitely a great place to start.

Registration date
Monday November 25, 2019
Last seen
October 17, 2021

Designed by ukulelists, for ukulelists, this app is the perfect accompaniment to help you learn to play your favourite songs on the Ukulele. Whether you’re an experienced player or just starting out, Ukulele Tabs and Chords has something for everyone and will guide you through each tab, chord and song, step-by-step.

Key features of Ukulele Tabs and Chords

Ukulele Tabs and Chords is the perfect app to help you progress with your Ukulele playing. Not only does it provide tips and tricks to improve your technique, but you can search and find almost any song you can think of and learn to successfully play it on the Ukulele. The app will provide you with the tabs and chords for each song, to have you performing with ease.

Some of the key features that make this app stand out include:

  • Access to tabs and chords of thousands of songs
  • You can filter your search by difficulty, country, popularity or of course by artist and album
  • The app can easily transpose chords into a different key, for ease of playing or singing
  • 20 of the most useful strumming patterns included in the app
  • Dark mode feature for when playing at night or during a concert
  • Ability to sync and backup your songbook-all your favourite and most used songs and tabs in one place
  • A songbook that is available for offline viewing
  • It allows for a large range of personalisation including font size and style, default tuning and right/left hand modes amongst others.

Try it out today and play your favourite songs on the Ukulele!

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