Chordious 0.4.0 available, now with a graphical chord designer!

It’s been a couple months since I first released Chordious, my free app to generate beautiful chord diagrams. The first version was mostly just functional- a pain to use command-line utility that required users to create a custom text file with all of the chords they wanted to make.

But a pain no longer!

Chordious 0.4.0 now features a fully-graphical chord designer. Check out these lovely screenshots:

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Now it’s easy as pie to make chord diagrams for all of your favorite stringed instruments, from the ukulele to the guitar. Give the new designer a whirl and tell me what you think!

For download links, check out my Chordious page, or the Chordious project page at Launchpad. You’ll find links for both the binaries and the source. Be sure to download the right binaries for your system (Windows or Linux / Mac OS X), and follow the installation instructions carefully.

Happy strumming!


Note: Chordious is still beta software, so please be sure to backup any ChordDocuments and diagrams you create. If you run into issues, let me know! I’ve still got plenty of room on the road-map to version 1.0.