By Craig King
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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
What's New in Version 1.4
Updated for Yosemite and iCloud.
Buggy and the developer is slow to improve the app
I’ve been trying to like this app as I have quite a bit of time invested in downloading songs into it. However, there are problems and the author is painfully slow to respond or address concerns. For example, there are comments on the app Facebook page from six weeks ago that haven’t been addressed, and the only comment from the developer is that this is a hobby for him and bla bla bla he has better things to do.
Too bad as it was a really good tool prior to Yosmemenite, and after that it didn’t work at all at first, and now sort of works.
Hopefully it will be fixed soon!