Setlyst is a way for musicians to manage their songs and easily create setlists for their performances - and more!
Manage all of the songs you perform, easily create setlists from those songs, and share your setlists with bandmates, post on social media, and take Setlyst into full screen mode so you can easily see your set while on stage! Remembering your songs and organizing your setlists has never been easier!
Written from the beginning in Swift and works with your Apple Watch!
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
Setlyst 1.2 is about sharing!
Have you created a setlist that you want to share with other Setlyst users? Now you can with the new Email share option! Anyone with the Setlyst app will be able to import your setlist with the touch of a finger!
Wanting to share your setlist with someone who does not have Setlyst or just wanting to send a list of songs from a set in a text message to bandmates to discuss? Use the new Copy share option to copy the song names to your clipboard so you can paste anywhere you wish!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great, almost perfect!
Amazing! I teach music and this is just right for keeping track of what I did last week and what my options are for next week. Interface is clean and app is so useful. But I only give 4 stars because there's no way to tag my songs or search by tag/artist/etc. With that, I could easily browse my large library for what I need, whether it's songs appropriate for a specific audience or using a specific instrument. Will recommend this to my fellow teachers, especially if tags are added!
Was good for a while
The screen is great when in use in full screen mode, and it’s pretty easy to manage the order of songs, but the difficulty of sharing music between devices in bandmates is very far behind what they should be able to do. I sent an email of a new set list that I just made to my band and no one has gotten it. Sometimes it takes about 15 minutes for the email to actually send! Even more common than that now, if you email the set list, it’ll send the email titled “attached is your set list”. And no attachment whatsoever. So dumb. If this was updated to include real time sharing, colors, and maybe annotations, that would be enough to keep me using the app. As of now I’m switching to something more modern.
And to really drive the nail in the coffin- their version “app support” is a link to their twitter page. I don’t use have Twitter!
10/10 would recommend
This app runs better than our government and is more organized than our postal service. If The Beatles were all still alive I’m certain they would be using it. It’s free which is nice but you can bet your sweet cheeks I’d pay 99 cents if I had to. If it came down to deleting pictures of my family to make room for this app, Sorry Aunt Terri we’ll always have the memories. If you are a musician and don’t have it on your phone, you might as well start playing with your hands tied behind your back and in the dark because obviously you like playing music to be difficult and old fashion. What are you waiting for? Let the blue circle roll!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.