the author of this app says:
McChords will display the notes of selected chords on a piano keyboard. The key and chord are selectable by way of on-screen buttons.
There is also an option for playing the individual notes of a chord or scale.
Version 1.21 improvements include:
- A color icon that no longer has a white background when the third-party application, Chrome, is used
- Selected keys are now blue on a Color Palm Connected Organizer
- The "Get Info" icon shows up in the command bar on Palm OS® 3.5 device or later
- The grayscale selected key has been made a little darker
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