SmartScore NoteReader 17+


Designed for iPad

    • 1.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Now updated for iOS 11. 64-bit clean.
Have fun. Keep the change.

Click and play. Capture images of printed sheet music and hear the song play back in seconds. Processes multiple-page scores including PDF files and images saved to the device.
NOTE: Recognition accuracy is directly releated to the quality of the captured image. For example, our tests indicate that accuracy is improved almost 30% with iPhone 6 images compared to those from the iPhone 5. All iPad users should note that their 5MP cameras are below NoteReader's recommended resolution of 8MP.

Unlocked version (NoteReader Premier) allows SmartScore, MIDI, MusicXML and image files to be sent to any e-mail address or to the cloud. MusicXML or MIDI files can be imported to a host of compatible mobile and desktop music applications. Download the free SmartScore Player from then open SmartScore files from NoteReader. All recognized musical symbols including articulations, dynamics, lyrics, text, chord symbols, guitar fret diagrams and endings appear on-screen. Playback is fully-controllable. Select various instrumental sounds for each part and/or contrapuntal voice. Drum tracks can be added for more realism. There's even a Karaoke view with scrolling lyrics and bouncing ball. Owners of the unlocked version (NoteReader Premier) are also eligible to purchase any of the full editions of SmartScore X2 desktop editions at a significant discount.

What’s New

Version 1.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

iOS 11 compliant.
64-bit clean.
Updated "Tips&Hints": Recommending not using camera flash under normal conditions.

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

HaZweiSOVier ,

Deutsch? Denkste!

Ja, wenn man den Text der Beschreibung lesen will, dann wird man arg gebeutelt. Wer Noten erkennen will, sollte sich doch auch in Sprachen etwas auskennen. Aber das ist unter jeder Kritik.

rawili ,

Just a little toy...

Either this is just a toy or an early beta version:

A notereader without notes!
You need a desktop version of smartscore player and a Pc or a Mac to see the notes?!
Come on developers!!!
Spend at least an visual app reader and let us see what funny notes this app is playing.
The recognition cannot be verified and there are many artefakts,
So i suppose that even the clef and the accidentials are transcoded.
I did not know that a clef sounds so funny....
( or whatever this app is playing)

Overall a great disappointment from an otherwise good developer known from their smartscore applications.

App Privacy

The developer, Musitek, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

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