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This article was published on October 23, 2013


Play an instrument? You might like Sheet Music Direct’s updated iPad app

Play an instrument? You might like Sheet Music Direct’s updated iPad app
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Sheet Music Direct, one of the leading distributors of digital sheet music, has introduced a number of key updates to its popular iPad app.

screen480x480Version 2.0 brings in an app-wide favourites feature that lets you tag any score from the store or your library for easy access later. Items that aren’t yet owned by the user (i.e. in the store) will be marked accordingly, which essentially means this serves as a wish list.

It also now features search and score cards, giving easier access to similar artists. So, once a similar score is selected, it produces a new score card with the score preview, so a user can swipe between the cards and favorite them at the same time. The latest update also improves on its cloud-sync feature, enabling access to your sheet music library through the website.

Though the app itself is free, individual sheet music and guitar tabs actually start from $0.99 each.

➤  Sheet Music Direct | App Store

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