In addition to the chords and instrument tracks, Chordbot has a ton of extra features that really makes this app stand out from its contemporaries.
You can manually select chord inversions or allow the app to automatically choose the best inversion. Chordbot also features an automatic song generator that is quite the tool for budding songwriters.
There are 70+ comping style presets that are simple to use and meant to help you create music quickly and easily.
Songs can be structured into desired sections like verses, etc. Each section can have its own style or arrangement and can also be repeatable.
Chordbot has top notch export capabilities and Audiobus support. However, these functions require an in-app purchase.
Basically, you can take Chordbot for a test ride and have access to all of its features and functions. If you like the app, feel successful in creating songs, or see the value in this app in one way or the other then paying for the full version makes a lot of sense.
I really like when apps do things this way. We should always have a chance to really see if the app is what we’re looking for by trying it out. In the case of Chordbot, the features more than justify paying five dollars to upgrade to the full version.
Pros and Cons
Free to use
60+ chord types
400+ instrument tracks
70+ comping style presets
Structure song sections
Export and Import options
Automatic Song Generator
Some users don’t like paying for full version in order to save and export
Chordbot Lite Packs Quite the Punch
This lite version of Chordbot gives users complete access to all of the features found in the full (paid) version. You can create songs quickly and easily while experimenting with all of the tracks, chords and other essential songwriting tools.
If you are a budding musician or an experienced songwriter, Chordbot has something for users of all levels.