MobileSheets for iPad 4+

Sheet music manager and viewer

Michael Zuber

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 8 Ratings
    • $14.99

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MobileSheets is the ultimate sheet music viewer for the iPad. It frees you from having to lug around books and binders, and gives you the ability to access any score in your library in seconds. It also comes with a number of powerful features for musicians including:

- Connect to other devices running MobileSheets on any platform, and easily share songs and setlists.
- Synchronize device libraries using WiFi, bluetooth or the cloud
- Multiple modes of operation including two pages side-by-side, half page turns, and vertically scrolling pages.
- Hands-free page turns using any bluetooth or usb devices (including two and four pedal models), or through the automatic scrolling feature
- Annotations for marking up music including support for freeform drawing, basic shapes, text and stamps

- Connect multiple tablets over WiFi or bluetooth in book mode to display two pages at once
- A custom audio player for playing audio tracks with your scores. Audio player supports a-b looping and multiple sizes.
- Custom page ordering, making it easy to cut out unnecessary pages, repeat pages or change the sequence of pages without affecting the original document.
- A metronome with multiple display modes and sound effects
- Bookmarks for quick and easy access to sections in scores
- Link points for handling repeats and quickly jumping between pages
- Smart buttons that can be placed on a score to activate configurable actions when pressed
- Support for multiple file types including images, PDFs, text files and chord pro files.
- Support for importing CSV index files to break up large PDF songbooks
- Support for communicating with MIDI devices over USB, Bluetooth and WiFi to load songs or trigger actions.
- The ability to transpose chords in text and chord pro files.
- Manual and automatic cropping to completely eliminate unnecessary margins
- Support for setlists and collections to efficiently group songs for playback.
- Powerful library management features with a huge list of supported metadata fields, giving you complete control over the data in your library
- A free companion application for the PC that makes it a breeze to create and edit songs

Give MobileSheets a try today and experience the freedom of having all your scores just a simple tap away.

NOTE: This application does not include any sheet music - you must provide your own. This application can not play back PDFs, images or text/chord pro files. It can only display those files and play back audio files.

The companion app is for your PC and is not included. You can download the companion app for free here:

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What’s New

Version 3.6.10

- Fixed bug with disconnecting when using the Connect Tablets feature with a WiFi connection that results in resources being locked, causing issues with new connections
- Fixed issue where exporting colored stamps results in the colors being inverted
- Stamps are exported at a higher resolution to improve appearance
- Fixed issue when swapping files where a progress dialog could be displayed and never closed

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

abu laith ,

Look no further

MobileSheets for iPad has been at the top of my “music tech” wish list for seven years. What a great Christmas present! OnSong, forScore, and several others are solid sheet music apps, but MobileSheets is far and away the best thing out there. Not only is it the most feature-rich app, it’s the most cross-platform app. Mike has consistently been one of the most responsive and helpful devs I’ve ever dealt with. The price is outrageously reasonable. Look no further, MobileSheets is the music display app you need!

Rixx Jer ,

YAY! It’s now on iPad too!!!

I have been using this app extensively on windows PC and I am thrilled to find it now in the iOS App Store, which is why I just purchased a brand new iPad. Now I have the best of both worlds. Thank you, Mr. Zuber!

first-last ,

Much better library organization than forScore

I’ve used forScore for years and loved the clean look but hated the library organization. If you have more than a few books or pieces of music in your library, forScore just doesn’t cut it. MobileSheets is organized much better and has a library management that is extremely versatile.

Most musicians have the usual mix of files:
- book/collection containing multiple songs saved as a single pdf
- book/collection of multiple songs saved across multiple pdf files
- multiple books/collections saved in a single pdf file

MobileSheets is capable of handling all of these situations by letting you create virtual books pieced together from one or more page ranges from one or more pdf files, all organized neatly allowing you to quickly find any book or song. The original pdf files stay untouched, but the “virtual” songs can be added independently to whatever books, collections, setlists, etc you want within the app. Sure you can kind of do this with forScore by creating bookmarks or setlists, but with forScore the pdf titles and the bookmarks all get jumbled together and the collections of multiple pdf files get displayed differently than collections within a single pdf file, and it becomes difficult to find the music you are looking for.

And with MobileSheets, you can use a spreadsheet to import page ranges to break up a pdf containing a bunch of songs into individual songs, which makes generating your library quick and easy. In the spreadsheet you can specify any or all of the fields for each song: book, collection, setlist, genre, composer, etc. plus a few custom fields you can change to whatever you want.

Other benefits of MobileSheets over forScore:

- Books and songs can be sorted by name, date, index, or manually, uniquely for each book. (in ForScore tags/labels (which can be renamed “books” or “collections”) and the songs that are associated with a particular tag/label are always displayed either alphabetically or by date, so to display the contents of a book in the right order you have to prepend a number to the title of each bookmark)
- The composer field (and all other fields) can contain commas (in forScore, “Bach, J.S.” Gets separated into two composers “Bach” and “J.S.”)
- Full titles are actually visible in the library! (in forScore, long titles get cut off)
- Library font is consistent making it much easier to visually scan through a list of songs/books/collections! (in forScore, the font size varies from line to line depending on how long the titles are, so the text doesn’t line up from one line to the next)
- Bookmarks can actually be used as bookmarks, and setlists can be used as setlists, since they aren’t tied up as table of contents management as in forScore.
- There is a MobileSheets app for Windows and also Android tablet, and you can sync your library and settings between different devices.

The only feature where MobileSheets falls short is the lack of tabs allowing you have multiple songs open at the same time and quickly switch between them without losing your place. That is the one feature in forScore that makes it very convenient for a weekly practice routine consisting of several pieces/etudes/scales/etc, or when comparing different renditions of the same piece.

App Privacy

The developer, Michael Zuber, 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 Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

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

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