Why don't songs show the chords?
Bluegrass Guru is built as a quick reference to your song titles and lyrics. Just like many of the "fakebooks," available, chords aren't automatically provided because songs are frequently played in a variety of keys, depending on the singer.
Even though chords aren't really the focus of Bluegrass Guru, you can always edit your own songs and add chords. To make things easier, tap the fixed font width button (T) when editing lyrics to keep your chord notations aligned with the words.
How can I help make Bluegrass Guru better?
The best thing you can do is to speak up and let us know. Please let us know your loves, dislikes, and suggestions for the app. Create a support ticket and give us the details of your ideas: http://bluegrassguru.freshdesk.com/
The next best thing is to tell other bluegrass musicians about it. Show off your song library and set lists to them.
Is there an Android version of Bluegrass Guru?
Not at this time, but we're always watching to see the interest level and may consider this in the future.
When I searched the Internet for a specific song why were no results found?
Bluegrass Guru uses a sophisticated search system, but some songs are not available on the supported web sites. If there is a song you'd like to see or a site you'd like to search on, please let us know and we'll do our best to include it.
You can always add songs manually by typing the lyrics or copy and pasting from another application.