Piascore - Smart Music Score 4+

Piascore, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 1.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



** More than 5,000,000 musicians are now using the Piascore! **
** iPad Pro, iPhone 15 Ready! **

"Piascore" is an iPad/iPhone application for browsing digital musical scores. Piascore's concept is "VIEWING MUSICAL SCORE FROM EVERYWHERE - ANYWHERE, ANY TIME."

Here comes an application that solves EVERY SINGLE problem music performers have ever encountered.
No more trouble of carrying loads of scores and looking for your favorite one.

** Features **
: Writing down notes as you like
You can write down any notes in the score. Pens of 3 sizes & 6 colors, easy stamp input, and text writing are available.

: Smart Browsing
By developing the original engine, the page-turning speed of Piascore quickens. Many user interfaces, including one-tap first/last page-turning, are easy to use. The cropping page feature enables you to read more easily. A password-protected PDF file is supported.

: Automatic vertical scrolling / Half page-turning.
You are released from stressful page-turning! Automatic vertical scrolling turns a page on your behalf. Of course, you can change the scrolling speed.

: Free classical sheet music search
Piascore supports IMSLP (International Music Score Library Project)/Petrucci Music Library so that you can download classical musical scores from 131,000 works and 16,200 composers. It's FOR FREE.

: Support user score file
You can transfer them to Piascore via iTunes. Piascore also supports any cloud file service, such as Dropbox, camera capturing, and web search.

: Easy management of music scores
You can manage a lot of music scores by tagging and setlist. There are powerful sort and keyword searches.

: Rearrange page layout and direct jump page
You can rearrange pages freely. If you want to jump any page directly, such as repeat, you can put a page jump button on a page.

: Real sound metronome
The metronome supports your practice.

: Piascore music tools
A handy tool for musicians. Virtual keyboard, chromatic tuner, music player (iTunes), and voice recorder.

: Export music scores
You can print (AirPrint), send a mail with writing down notes.

: Digital musical score store "Piascore Store."
You can purchase a digital musical score in Piascore! We offer folk songs, classical music, and quickly arranged songs. Finding a piece you want is easy because you can search by genre or artist.

: Air Page Turning (with iPhone)
Piascore has a powerful page-turning mechanism called 'Air Page Turning.' With the iPhone app "Piascore Air," you can turn pages wirelessly. Please check out this video for details.

: Support Bluetooth pedal "AirTurn."
You can turn pages by foot.

** Praise **
"This is a sheet music viewer that is genuinely worth having" - GRAMOPHONE
"Very easy to use, a beautiful sound library" - appPicker
"The most wonderful and convenient musical scores viewer you can't miss!" - Best10Apps.com
"Impressed with the outstanding visibility!" - AppBank

** Award **
: 2011 International Business Awards - Consumer Entertainment / Information (Distinguished Honoree)
: 2012 4th SF NewTech Japan Night Winner

** FAQ **
: https://help.piascore.com/

** Contact **
: https://piascore.com/
: support@piascore.com

What’s New

Version 6.16.6

- Fixed bugs and improved overall stability

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

Tommy D. ,

Amazing app, don’t wait any longer

I waited to take my scores digitally for a long time, I’m glad I stopped waiting, and got this app! I paid the extra money for extra features and it’s well worth it. I am a high school orchestra director, as well as piano accompanist for many soloist each yeah, and this year my sheet music management went to the next level. Importing the music is simple, sometimes it’s better to leave the images in color because it can look quite distorted converting to black and white unless it’s a pdf file. Turning pages with a wink, without having to lift my hands from the keyboard is amazing, but does take some getting used to after many years of muscle memory turning pages. I highly recommend this app to amateur and professional musicians alike, this was my first year as a conductor and I scanned all my scores into my iPad and used it for rehearsals and performances. Notes and score alterations without damaging original copies. Really a cool app and lots of functionality.

1523454 ,

Very useful app!

I love this app and use it often for all of my different music, whether piano solos or orchestral trombone parts or small or large ensemble scores, and it keeps me from having to carry around large amounts of paper books with me wherever I go. I am able to keep an entire library of music with my at all times, and be able to whip it out on a whim, or perform hassle free. The only suggestion I would make would be to make the portion of the screen that you tap on to change the page larger. I will often be playing a very technical piece with no breaks for page turns, and so my hand will shoot up to the screen as fast as I can make it move but I will miss the button a lot of times because it is too small, and the page won’t turn which causes even more of a slowdown than if they were paper pages. If I could reach up and hit anywhere on the right half of the screen (or even right third) my page turns would go much smoother and I wouldn’t risk having to stop the song to try turning the page again. Overall though this app is incredible and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who will need to have music on them for any reason.

TromBen120 ,

My first and only sheet music app

I’m late to the iPad-for-sheet music party, but I got Piascore instead of ForScore since it was freer. I love it so far. There might be some features that I’m missing out on, but as far as I can tell this has everything I need.

To be constructive, I’ve had some issues accessing specific pages when I add a larger file to a setlist. Ie, I’m playing the trombone part out of a file that contains all 5 parts plus the score to a quintet tune. So one, maybe 2 pages out of 15 or 20, which as far as I can tell all have to into the setlist. I’m sure there’s a way I could manually crop the file in a third-party app, but I’d love if I could do that right here, especially if it means less outside work on my part. To be sure, the direct integration to Google Drive is remarkably helpful, but half the time I’m copying files from an email or shared drive. I’d rather not go fidgeting with those.

Seriously great UI though, highly recommend this app for anyone just getting into digitization.

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