MuseScore: sheet music

MuseScore: sheet music

By MuseScore BVBA

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-03-20
  • Current Version: 2.1.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 108.68 MB
  • Developer: MuseScore BVBA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 3,282 Ratings

Description

FIND AND PLAY SHEET MUSIC WITH MUSESCORE • browse scores on MuseScore.com — one of the largest sheet music collections • more than 700K pieces of free sheet music • add scores to Favorites • view and play your favorite sheet music — both online and offline • convenient sheet music search • constantly updated catalog with new scores submitted daily by MuseScore.com users • unlock MuseScore Pro member benefits for mobile app and desktop versions of MuseScore.com LARGE SHEET MUSIC ARCHIVE One of the largest catalogs of sheet music, where you can find your favorite scores by instrument (piano, trumpet, violin, percussion, flute, etc.) and listen to them ADD TO FAVORITES Add the scores you like to Favorites to quickly access them SONGBOOK Download scores and access them offline anywhere you go WITH MUSESCORE YOU CAN: • view and play sheet music • set the tempo and transpose • set the volume and visibility of each instrument in every score with the Mixer tool • share your favorite sheet music with your friends and fans • export sheet music to PDF • use metronome • loop any part of a song with the Loop tool PROBLEMS? FEEDBACK? The more you tell us, the better MuseScore gets. Email: support@musescore.com FAQ Q Can I notate music with this app? A No, you can not. To notate music, use the free notation software available on musescore.org Q Can I open my own .mscz files with this app? A You can open files from email, Dropbox, websites etc... COMMUNITY Follow MuseScore and share your feedback. Facebook: https://facebook.com/musescore Twitter: https://twitter.com/musescore Subscription information: • The MuseScore Pro subscription gives you unlimited access to the app's premium features and musescore.com website's premium features. • The subscription price is $6.99/monthly, $49.99/yearly* • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the cost of the chosen package • Subscriptions may be managed, and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your device's Account Settings after purchase • There is no way to cancel your current subscription during its active period • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. * Price are equal to the value that "Apple's App Store Matrix" determines is the equivalent of the subscription price in $USD. You can read our privacy policy at https://musescore.com/legal/privacy You can read our terms of service at https://musescore.com/legal/terms

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Reviews

  • Grazie

    5
    By Brennnann
    Grazie
  • Unreliable, unresponsive, and a huge downgrade

    1
    By spenjwilli
    Since the MuseScore Songbook app was retired and replaced with this app—which, as I understand it, new users actually have to pay a consistent fee to use—I’ve almost never been able to functionally listen to scores on my phone. When I download a MuseScore file, it’s a gamble as to whether it’ll stay in my Songbook or just display an indefinite loading screen. If I manage to get past that, sometimes scores will just crash while playing, often on their very first page, even if they’re very simple scores. Then, somehow, if I get lucky enough to be able to play an entire score, I have to grapple with extremely finicky and unclear controls. If I want to skip back to a specific measure, I’m left struggling with the unresponsive page-turning mechanic and have to try multiple times until the app will let me select my desired measure. Of course, that’s all assuming the UI is even showing up around the score in the first place; I think you’re supposed to tap to bring it up and tap again to see only the score, but it’s more like it decides at random. If you’re going to establish a subscription service for your app, put out a quality product. At the very least, it should have maintained the already mediocre quality of the old Songbook app. Instead, the drop in quality is beyond baffling. Please invest in hiring legitimate app developers, and maybe a MuseScore subscription would finally be worth recommending.
  • Horrible app

    1
    By farkenzi
    Years ago it was great and now they ruined it
  • Cool

    5
    By ThickPolarBear
    Cool to find songs you can’t find anywhere else
  • Dishonest

    1
    By deannamg1961
    I used this app once during the trial period and I canceled it through apple BEFORE what would have been my renewal date. The company still charged me an annual subscription of $49 and refuses to reimburse my funds. I am NOT happy with this app and on principle, I will not ever use them again.
  • Useless

    1
    By CaityMusic
    This app fails to live up to any of the expectations I had. The screen kept crashing nearly every time I tried to search or view a score, let alone use the primary feature of transposing. Could never get that far before a crash. The app search option doesn’t pull up results with matching titles which could be found using the website. I had also looked forward to being a pro member so I would be able to download parts to the scores. Unfortunately, this feature stopped working after just a few uses. I was on a month trial, and unfortunately got next to nothing from this app. Then it automatically renewed for a full year instead of monthly payments that I expected. I already canceled my subscription, but I guess I’m robbed $49.99 anyway. Even though there’s apparently an equivalent Musescore Pro yearly subscription rate listed cheaper, somehow I’m stuck paying more for something that I don’t even want and that didn’t do nearly anything it promised.
  • The mobile version isn’t very good

    1
    By 🎷Epic Sax Guy🎷
    I downloaded the mobile version thinking it would be more convenient than the mobile site. Except it’s not. The menus are completely different. And they keep pushing you to get the Pro membership. Also, I uploaded a score from my computer, and I can view it in the mobile site. But in the app, it doesn’t show up under my scores. I thought it was because I was using Musescore 3, and the app didn’t support it yet, but the last update added compatibility. Please fix your app. And use the community page where you can view posts and new music as the first page you see. Not a random list of songs for other instruments, even though I selected mine when I first started the app.
  • Write music

    4
    By lucabrasi02
    This is a wonderful app I love all the verity of music I can choose from but I’m a future update will be possible to write and create a music score on the app this would be helpful when on the go or jus try to create something beautiful while it’s in your head instead of rushing to a computer.?
  • Paid for app, now it’s useless

    1
    By Silver stole the cookies
    A while ago I paid $2 for this app, and loved it while I still played piano. Few days ago I reopened the app after a hiatus from piano and now this app uses a subscription service. Worst thing is, the app isn’t functional even with the subscription, and now there are plenty of other music script websites or apps that operate for free. Disappointed in what the devs did.
  • What happened?

    2
    By GameReviewer1217
    Before the big update on the format, the app was outstanding. I could read many works that people posted and just listen. Now, I’m stuck trying just to keep a song open. Then I lost half of my favorites. It got to the point the app crashed before I reached the screen. On top of that, it kicks me out of my account daily. Most people give it a one, but I give it a two because I know that they will fix this. If not, I’m bringing to a zero star review

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