Looking for guitar app

iOS & iPadOS

Hello everyone
I am looking for an app where you can play the guitar. I would like one where you can play chords as well as individual notes. Does anyone know of one such app that is accessible?



Submitted by Daniel on Saturday, May 31, 2014


so i love the guitar app and i think it is very good but not 100 prozent accessible. the app is guitarism and cause my english is not the best, i can not good explane about the app but if you search on twitter and youtube, you will find contact t to the fdeweloper and videos about guitarism. perhaps somebody will also love the app and make a podcast about it. So I just want to say that there are so great sounds in these guitar it sounds really as an normal acoustic guitar but you come change the sounds so you have many effects and other guitarist so Alachell guitar and so on. so I hope you have many fun with these up and check it out here


have a nice weekand and best wishes from germany!

Submitted by Mark SARCH on Saturday, May 31, 2014

Hi I haven't played with it but I listened a good tutorial podcast in the web
Triple click home
the web page is the follow:
the iOS app is called
Talking Tuner
the price is $.99
right here is the link from the app store:
and the description say:
HotPaw Talking Tuner is a hands-off, sound-activated, talking musical instrument
tuner. It talks to tell you if you are in tune or not, so you don't even have to
look at it. Talking Tuner uses built-in speech synthesis, and thus does not require
that VoiceOver be enabled.
We received a request to develop an iPhone app which could help a vision-challenged
individual tune their musical instrument. This is the result. Talking Tuner can
assist someone in tuning a musical instrument without having to look at or touch
their iPhone's display.
With the Auto-Speak switch turned on, Talking Tuner will listen for a note to be
played, and then, after waiting for the end of the sound (so as not to talk over
it), will speak the note name, and how many cents sharp or flat the end of the note
is estimated to be.
Using headphones may help make it easier to hear what this app is saying while tuning.
Make sure to turn the volume up high enough to hear it.
The pitch estimation algorithm works best for notes between 2 octaves below Middle-C
to 2 octaves above Middle-C. It may not work as well for very low notes, very high
notes, or with any background noise, harmony, or accompaniment present. The default
tuning resolution is about +- 3 cents (3/100ths of the pitch difference between semitones).
Optional higher resolution tuning settings may result in a slower tuning response.

Submitted by charles on Sunday, June 1, 2014

Talking Tuner is not a guitar app. It is a guitar tuning app. Tuning is the purpose of it, not playing.

Actually, what are you looking for? You said in the original post that you are looking for a guitar app, but do you mean an app that reproduces the sound of a guitar? Or are you looking for an app that will reproduce the sounds of several different guitar amplifiers with various speakers and ppedals? If you are looking for an app that does the latter, I suggest "ampkit pluss". You plug your electric guitar into a battery operated box that you then plug into your iDevice. What you play on your guitar is reproduced according to your selections in the app. Recording can also be done. The interface can be gotten from several online sources and at music stores. There is a free version and a paid version of the app, and several packages of amps, speakers and pedals, sold separately, through the iTunes store.