Mujo - Music Journal 4+

As simple as a metronome

Mujo LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings
    • $4.99



Mujo is a practice journal as simple as a metronome. It offers time-tracking, task-management, note-taking, and more. Over time, your timed sessions will generate insightful graphs, supercharging your efficiency.

Metronome + Time Tracker
- Minimalist visual design inspired by digital metronomes
- Use timers to easily log practice sessions
- Reflect on your practice sessions and stats

Task Management
- Organize your list of exercises
- Save tempo for each exercise
- Sort your exercises by practice recency

Note Taking and More
- Quickly take notes organized to each exercise
- Use counters, e.g. to track repetitions
- Option to save multiple tempi for each exercise
- Option for standard vs. 1bpm metronome changes
- One-time purchase, unlocked and ad-free forever

What’s New

Version 1.15.1

Updated Discord link, tweaked order of practice events in History, added back 45m timer, and added note about private lessons :)

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

bluejay26 ,

Gamechanger, nothing else like it, will make you practice better / longer

I’ve been using Mujo for one full week now, and I don’t think I’ve ever been excited for an app. Before the review, a fact: since using this app I’ve practiced at a minimum of 2 - 3 hours a day for the last week, after decades of never coming close to that time. And the practice has been more focused and organized. This thing has some kind of Pavlovian magic – gets you in the zone to practice, it gamefies the process, and it is very neat and intuitive. It remembers your metronome tempo settings for anything you are working on, and gives you a graphical visualization of what you worked on, how long, etc. Very satisfying to use, and kind of addicting. This app also is cut from very different cloth than the typical journaling apps with clunky interfaces, over engineered and crammed with so much functionality that you’d be better off just using a small notebook. It gives the user credit for having intuition, and seems to understand how a person will interact with the functionality: Mujo as a journaling app stands out in that the basic interface is as barebones as possible, which works out of the package so elegantly, but the user can “discover” new features by exploring and experimenting (and expand your interface! This is so cool). I’m seriously considering using this app for work timetracking I love the interface so much.

Anonymous musician 666 ,

The music practice app I’ve been looking for

I’ve been using Mujo for several months consistently and it has been the only practice tracking method I've been able to stick with. It is fast and simple, while allowing me to track individual exercises so I can track not just how long I practice but what I practice. Within each exercise, I am able to quickly add notes to help me track different variations to ensure that I’m not spending too much or too little time on any one variation. It’s also helping me even out my practice so I don’t tire myself out on exercises or an etude before I start my repertoire work. And it’s very handy to have a metronome always at the ready, without changing apps or even changing screens.

I’ve used other practice trackers and felt they were cumbersome or only tracked the session as a whole. Mujo is the app I’ve been looking for. And as some very conscious about data privacy, I love that the app collects no data.

HomeShopper1007 ,

Great practice app!!

I really like this app! It is intuitive and easy to use, and it has really helped me focus my practice sessions on the areas where I think I need the most work. I use it every day. It’s great to be able to track how much time I’ve spent practicing various exercises. The built in metronome and notes sections are also a real plus for me, as is the ability to custom name (and later edit or archive) the various exercises. Another plus is that I can time my practice sessions on various exercises in two different ways, either using built-in times (e.g. 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, etc), or a using simple stopwatch. If I had only suggestion for the app developers, it would be to add a 2-min interval for timing. Sometimes 1-min is just too short, and 5-min is too long. That is not a complaint, it is merely one user’s suggestion to improve and already fantastic app. Thanks!

App Privacy

The developer, Mujo LLC, 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.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

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

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