What good is the iOS app?

• Jun 22, 2019 - 03:04

So I installed it on my iPad a while back and I poked at it but it never did anything obviously useful. So finally today I decided to really figure it out. Obviously it is accessing musescore.com because it pops up a list of titles that are on there, and if I input a title (of MINE!) that's there, the app will find it, but so what? when I go to click on it it says cannot download this for absolutely everything. making the app pretty much useless. Now, admittedly my iPad is super old and I'll be getting a new one in a few weeks. but.......
Any suggestions?


Indeed to get help it is better to go there, but for the record - once you get it workinI, you will find it does indeed allow you to view and play your score, asking transpose, change size, access individual parts, etc.

In reply to by Marc Sabatella

Where is it I'm supposed to go please? Yes I figured it would play scores that are on the web if you are connected with wifi which I was. It recognized my login on musescore.com etc and everything, pulled up my list of scores plus a bunch of other ones but it wouldn't bring any of them down, including my own ones. I don't use the play feature much, so I had never bothered with the iOS app, but if it would load them one could always play off them too using the app as a music book.

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