3.4
17 reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

The ePrintGo app from J.W. Pepper is the best way to take your sheet music with you wherever you go. This free app lets you view your music on any tablet or smartphone and play it anywhere – no internet connection needed!

Accessing your music through ePrintGo is just like holding a piece of sheet music in your hand, only better. ePrintGo syncs directly to your Pepper account so your entire ePrint music library is preserved digitally and available at your fingertips.

ePrintGo works great during a rehearsal or performance. You can move seamlessly between the full score and individual parts, so there’s no shuffling through papers during rehearsal. Plus you can access your account on up to two devices, letting you pick up at home where you left off in the classroom.

Since ePrintGo is a product of J.W. Pepper, you can buy with the confidence that all purchases are legal and creators are being fairly compensated for their work. This will help you protect your organization from copyright infringement issues that can crop up with some digital music sharing sites.

ePrintGo – Your Music. Your Device. Wherever You Go.
Updated on
Jun 24, 2021

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3.4
17 reviews
BDR Agsten
April 24, 2022
ePrint? More like noPrint! Seriously, where? Is? The? Print? Option? The people who had this crash immediately were the lucky ones, honestly. Even the most ignorant of developers usually manage to get at least one thing right by sheer accident... Not everyone is ordering their music over LAN internet on a massive Windows computer as of 2010.
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Sam King
December 13, 2020
This app is really good on any device, tablet or phone. Can you guys add some things to the app like the recordings for each music piece so we can play along, and maybe more design to the app. It's kind of plain. Thanks! :)
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Amaya Kage
July 24, 2021
I had to use this for TCDA convention reading sessions, and it is extremely broken. Constant errors opening music, half of the music gets cut off if you're using a phone instead of a tablet, can't download anything without the app freezing or crashing.
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