MuseScore: sheet music

MuseScore: sheet music

By MuseScore BVBA

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-03-20
  • Current Version: 2.1.10
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 108.68 MB
  • Developer: MuseScore BVBA
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 3,239 Ratings


FIND AND PLAY SHEET MUSIC WITH MUSESCORE • browse scores on — one of the largest sheet music collections • more than 700K pieces of free sheet music • add scores to Favorites • view and play your favorite sheet music — both online and offline • convenient sheet music search • constantly updated catalog with new scores submitted daily by users • unlock MuseScore Pro member benefits for mobile app and desktop versions of LARGE SHEET MUSIC ARCHIVE One of the largest catalogs of sheet music, where you can find your favorite scores by instrument (piano, trumpet, violin, percussion, flute, etc.) and listen to them ADD TO FAVORITES Add the scores you like to Favorites to quickly access them SONGBOOK Download scores and access them offline anywhere you go WITH MUSESCORE YOU CAN: • view and play sheet music • set the tempo and transpose • set the volume and visibility of each instrument in every score with the Mixer tool • share your favorite sheet music with your friends and fans • export sheet music to PDF • use metronome • loop any part of a song with the Loop tool PROBLEMS? FEEDBACK? The more you tell us, the better MuseScore gets. Email: FAQ Q Can I notate music with this app? A No, you can not. To notate music, use the free notation software available on Q Can I open my own .mscz files with this app? A You can open files from email, Dropbox, websites etc... COMMUNITY Follow MuseScore and share your feedback. Facebook: Twitter: Subscription information: • The MuseScore Pro subscription gives you unlimited access to the app's premium features and website's premium features. • The subscription price is $6.99/monthly, $49.99/yearly* • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the cost of the chosen package • Subscriptions may be managed, and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your device's Account Settings after purchase • There is no way to cancel your current subscription during its active period • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. * Price are equal to the value that "Apple's App Store Matrix" determines is the equivalent of the subscription price in $USD. You can read our privacy policy at You can read our terms of service at



  • Pay to Play..?

    By Chases View
    I remember the good ol’ days where I could download this very app to see and save amazing, user-created sheet music for almost any song I liked. The community seemed to be aplenty and I really enjoyed playing everything there was to offer. I slowly stopped playing as much due to family constraints, having a child, etc. Fast-forward about 2 years - I redownload the app and expect much of the same, to be able to see and save amazing user content. Instead I’m greeted with a screen asking about the instrument I play, as well as the music I enjoy. Following that, I’m asked to commit to a monthly / yearly payment plan to JUST GET INTO THE APP, which is completely absurd to me. Maybe I’m just out of the loop, but I never realized that this app became Pay to Play. Maybe there is a better alternative out there. I’ll definitely be on the lookout to see. But until they stop this Pay to Play nonsense, I will not be using this app.
  • I paid for it, why do I have to pay more?!

    By ToastyAlaskan
    This is stupid
  • Glitch city

    By Temmie707
    Recently it’s been pretty bad and it constantly kicks me out of songs when I’m listening to them
  • Pros and cons

    By Jim 12349900
    Here are the pros and cons: Cons: Holy crap!!! I cant do anything!!!! I thought there website was bad and buggy but this is just unbelievable!!!!! I’m running it on a iPhone 6s that’s not 2 months old!!! Every click is an ad which normally I would not care about but you can’t exit the ad!!! You stuck on it and you can’t to anything!!! Not just that the app kicks my out every couple of minutes!!! Unbelievable!!! Holy cow what the freak! Just awful!!! Pros: Nice music and lots of options (when it works)
  • It keeps crashing

    By Jada_Harvey
    I love the app but it constantly crashes, this has been a problem since I first got the app. The website seems to work perfectly but at times the app crashes. Please fix and I can give 5 stars to this app.
  • Broken app

    By masksdjeo
    I love musescore, but this app is unusable in it’s current state. There innumerable issues coming at me one after another every time I open this app. This needs to be fixed soon.
  • Why did you ruin this app?

    By bdcllgn
    This worked so well until just six months ago! Now my most recent download is locked in as Terms of Service link screen. I can't even open it. Bought the pro service to see if that would help. No luck. Deleted and reinstalled. No luck. Why did you take something that worked well and break it?!
  • Ain’t What It Used To Be

    By Jake Iowa
    I started using this app so that I could use Finale files on my Mac Book Pro and my iPad after the creators of Finale Notepad threw Mac devices under the steam calliope. For a while, it worked well on my Mac and I could post my music to the online server and then access them on my iPad. Now, it seems clumsier, and I can see only five of my songs at any one time on my iPad, unless I upgrade to “MuseScore Pro.” I seem to remember paying for the app in the first place, so I am certainly unhappy to be asked to pay again. When I have contacted “support,” my questions always seem to be misunderstood and are not adequately answered. After about five tries when I asked why I could see only five songs on my iPad, I finally was told 1) I needed to pay yet again; and 2) there might be a fix for this problem in January. I am afraid to click the update button. So I would have given the app at least four stars, mainly because of nearly non-existent instructions. Now, it gets no more than two, and since it has limited usefulness to me, that’s a generous gift.
  • Grazie

    By Brennnann
  • Unreliable, unresponsive, and a huge downgrade

    By spenjwilli
    Since the MuseScore Songbook app was retired and replaced with this app—which, as I understand it, new users actually have to pay a consistent fee to use—I’ve almost never been able to functionally listen to scores on my phone. When I download a MuseScore file, it’s a gamble as to whether it’ll stay in my Songbook or just display an indefinite loading screen. If I manage to get past that, sometimes scores will just crash while playing, often on their very first page, even if they’re very simple scores. Then, somehow, if I get lucky enough to be able to play an entire score, I have to grapple with extremely finicky and unclear controls. If I want to skip back to a specific measure, I’m left struggling with the unresponsive page-turning mechanic and have to try multiple times until the app will let me select my desired measure. Of course, that’s all assuming the UI is even showing up around the score in the first place; I think you’re supposed to tap to bring it up and tap again to see only the score, but it’s more like it decides at random. If you’re going to establish a subscription service for your app, put out a quality product. At the very least, it should have maintained the already mediocre quality of the old Songbook app. Instead, the drop in quality is beyond baffling. Please invest in hiring legitimate app developers, and maybe a MuseScore subscription would finally be worth recommending.