Developer: Craig King

Current Version: 1.7

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 760.4 KB - Download


TabKeeper for OS X works with TabKeeper2 on your iPad, or can be used by itself. It stores all your tablature and chord charts on iCloud, so changes to your files are shared with TabKeeper2. Use TabKeeper to write, import, and maintain Chord Charts, Lyrics Sheets, or Tablature and create Playlists for gigs or Sunday worship.

- Easy import of all your existing songs
- Automatic chord recognition allowing easy key changes or capo placement
- All changes synchronized with TabKeeper2 for iPad
- Simple chord transposing and capo settings
- Import most tablature binary file types (ptb, gp3, gp4, gp5)
- Provides many features not available on the iPad version, including multi file edit, multi file duplication, multi file delete and more
- Extensive help to make it easy to get started


Release Notes:

Fixed an issue were some iCloud files did not download.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by Marc Snay

good app, but has some flaws - I have this on my iPad and laptop, and the integration between the devices is great. All of the songs I use through it so far, I have had to manually enter. This is slightly time consuming, but intuitive, and the app does a good job at knowing what lines are lyrics, chords, and directives. The ability to switch the keys and move the capo up/down and instantly get a new chord chart is priceless. The major flaw that I have found is that every time I either create a song or playlist, I have to completely shutdown and restart the app before that song/playlist appears in the list. The process becomes, add song, restart app, enter information about the song. Also, copy/pasting from word/pages doesn't work. It just gives lines of characters.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people