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Fretter for Windows Phone 7 now available!

by peterdk on April 26th, 2011

The Windows Phone 7 version of Fretter is now available on the Marketplace.

It’s functionality is equal to it’s iOS version. Both iOS and WP7 version will receive audio playback with the first update, scheduled for coming weeks.

Looking for ways to play all those chords on your guitar, banjo, ukulele or mandolin? Look no further, Fretter is the ultimate chordfinder!

Fretter doesn’t rely on a database with diagrams, instead it calculates all the possible diagrams for a given chord/instrument/tuning combination. It’s algorithm is optimized to only present to you the chords that you can actually play as a human.

Because Fretter is build this way, you can select any tuning and still have all the possible chords presented to you. And, even nicer, you can do a reverse search!

You can easily select a basic or advanced chord, optionally with added bassnote, and go to the diagrams. Each diagram has extra information about the chordnotes and the intervals used.

As mentioned, also included is a reverse lookup option. Nice if you are a bit adventurous and you are coming up with your own chords on the guitar, but don’t know how they are called. Fretter can help you here by providing you with the correct naming.

If you are looking for a chord reference app: this is what you need.

Feature list:
* Support for Guitar, 4,5-string Banjo, Ukulele, Mandolin
* 50+ chordtypes
* Tunings: 75+ predefined
* Added bassnote (C/D)
* Reverse lookup
* Chord Intervals
* Note Names

From → .Net, Windows Phone 7

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