MuseScore isn't free for cell phones
I want to know why in mi country (Chile, South America) the cell phones MuseScore app isn't free like the PC software.
Is the same in other countries? ???
Following the same line, there is a MuseScore "publicity" in the web which says: "It is still free"
??? Could it become "not free" in the future? ???
Just a question.
Greetings & Blessings from Chile
There is a free and a non-free app. The free app only plays scores from MuseScore.com. The non-free also playfrom Dropbox etc and also from local storage
Also, to be clear: MuseScore itself does not run on cell phones or any other mobile devices unless they are running (full) Windows, MacOS, or Linux. The mobile apps are "player" apps, for displaying and playing back scores not editing them. MsueScore itself - the score editor - is always free, there is no version of it for any device that is not free. There are, however, free and non-free versions of the mobile apps , as mentioend above.
Hi Juan, the free MuseScore app for Android is currently not available in the Google Play store, but it will come back. We have no ETA yet unfortunately, but I will leave a comment when it's back in place. Thank you for your patience.
In reply to Hi Juan, the free MuseScore by Thomas
Just a quick notice that the free MuseScore app for Android is available again via https://musescore.com/android
In reply to Just a quick notice that the by Thomas
I downloaded the app and tried to open a file from GoogleDrive using the app. The app started, but all I got was the initial page (as if I had just started the app directly).
In reply to I downloaded the app and… by Aaron Grosky
Almost 6 years later, there is a different team working on those mobile apps and they do not read posts on .org; which is now only about the free desktop notation software.
Please see https://musescore.org/en/faq#faq-20657 for clarification and pointers as to where your question might be heard.