Navichord • chord sequencer 4+

#1 music app in 23 countries

Denis Kutuzov

    • $7.99



Are you struggling with chords for your track?
Get inspired and start writing chords like a pro with Navichord. Navichord is a musical instrument and a songwriting tool making music theory a breeze.

Create lush chord progressions.
Loop progressions in sync with other apps.
Trigger chords from your MIDI footswitch.

Join thousands of happy producers all over the world. #1 music app in 23 countries.

"Excellent iOS chord and harmony exploration app."

"Top iOS MIDI Performance App"

"Killer iOS Music App"


• Play simple chords (minor, major) with one finger from any root
• Play complex chords (sevenths, ninths) with just two or three fingers from any root
• Play 28 musical scales from any key
• Compose easily with Roman numeral chord names
• Use the same chord shape for any root
• Discover interesting chord progressions
• Find chords matching a melody
• Find a melody matching chords
• Learn chord structure from the piano keyboard and play along
• Quick save discovered chords to chord pads
• Save chord progressions
• Find chords matching selected scale

Ableton Link:
• Loop progressions in sync with many apps supporting Ableton Link

Audiobus and Inter App Audio:
• Record to GarageBand, Loopy, Beatmaker 2 and many more

MIDI support:
• Connect to soft synths via virtual MIDI (Animoog, Thumbjam, Magellan, Sampletank and many more)
• Connect to hardware synths and external keyboards
• Send MIDI control messages from keys and pads


"The update to version 2.0 just made this an almost new app in terms of functionality. Everything from the pad layouts, scales, new graphics to the sounds work together really well. Also, the new sounds are really, really good (great strings and choir samples). IMHO that this app just quadrupled in value with this free update." - Music-311

"Thanks for such an awesome app, I love that it lets you intuitively visualize and experiment with a "Tonnetz" layout, and better understand Neo-Riemannian theory - as such, Navichord is the perfect gateway from abstract, heady harmony concepts to immediate and practical music being played- a priceless possibility! And it looks beautiful and the tones are great, to boot" - RepentHarlequin73

"This is really a nice, simple, clean app. I love the way you laid out the UI and I especially like that single notes can be tapped first and then dragged seamlessly between notes to produce the chord, then back to another single note if desired. For what it's worth, here are five stars... ***** This app will replace several other more expensive "chord progression lab" apps that I own because I think it's UI design is excellent and perfect for my needs." - ZenLizard

"Find using the harmonic grid more intuitive than a piano keyboard, being able to press in the middle of three circles to get major and minor chords is genius. Experimenting with chord patterns and having the chord name at the top and the root and other keys displayed on the keyboard, is helping me get my head around more complex chords." - mister-rz

"Downloaded the app when I read about it on dischord. I'm really happy...looks like a great app to explore chord variations." - Jonathan Paran Aran

"Read about it on Synthtopia. Bought it just now, love it already. Thanks Denis!" - Dominik Assig

"Excelente app para aprender acordes y armonia." - R3dhood

"It can definitely be a source of inspiration." - Luca

" helps (when it comes to chord progressions). It is so simple & that is its value." - Michael L

"I use and love Navichord!" - Ep Lipschitz

What’s New

Version 2.6.15

Fix frozen screen on some iOS versions.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
544 Ratings

544 Ratings

Bongo5bass ,

The awesome feature Navichord does that the others do not.

After a chord progression has been set up, and external midi device like a foot controller with buttons can click forward through a progression one click/cord at a time, and also configure a different button to step back in like one cord at a time in the progression. This feature is not found in other cord sequence or apps, except one old one. I play bass in a three-piece band that does not have any keyboards, just a guitar singer and drummer. With Navichord one can set up a cord progression for songs in a set list, choose the keyboard sounds to play for each song then play keyboard chords with 1 foot. This is also a fantastic feature because it allows the band to be spontaneous and stretch out songs, play faster slower, pause, hold, stop or whatever. Having to follow a metered sequence where things can run off the rails and the band loses some authenticity and that live feel. Also the developer is available if needed. It would be really cool if he continue to evolve Navichord with new features, not complaining, but…

thfump ,

Absolutely the best for songwriters

I have tried so many apps – so many – to try and find an app that would let me lay out the chords to songs on the go, move things around, experiment with different chords and voicings. This is the only one I've ever found that lets me find and save complex chords, and also piece them together with varying durations into progressions that I can hum along to on the go or further refine. There are a couple things that could be more intuitive (like switching between the different editors – it took me forever to find the main chord editor; you have to tap the edit icon then tap the chord's duration #). But once you get past a couple of those quirks, you realize it has everything. Love the copy and paste functions – of individual chords AND of entire sections of the song.

DinosaurZero ,


A couple of years ago I downloaded Navichord Lite on a whim. After a day of playing with it, I purchased the full version. It's a fascinating way to explore chord sequences and harmonic progressions. And the app has seen a lot of great updates over the last couple of years, so it's even better now than it was when I first learned about it.

I will give this advice to those who are thinking about buying Navichord: working with the iPad version of the app and with the iPhone version are two very different experiences. The latter is much less versatile, and the fact that there is only room for the keyboard to show one octave at a time makes it hard to try out different melodic ideas over a set of chords. Even so, I still would have considered it well worth the $9 (I think that's what I paid for it) if I didn't own an iPad.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for reviewing! 🙏
We listen - iCloud support is coming in the next version!

App Privacy

The developer, Denis Kutuzov, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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