Gem of open source software Open source software is always the best it can be (never inbuilt restrictions by design), it never leads to vendor tie-in (no forced artificial obsolescence to make more money from the user on dubious grounds), and it is always improving (the sky is the limit). Projects like this one show just how good it can get.
Doesn't open Files! Wanted to use it to open scores on the move...it won't do it! Galaxy S6. Latest Android. A waste of money...and leaves a bad taste, especially when the PC version is so good!
Loved it since I started on playing my viola. Whenever I open a score it doesn't finish some of the notes at the end of the score
Could be better. I can open my files that I saved to OneDrive from my PC, but the quality of the instruments in the Android version leaves a lot to be desired, specifically in how they sound compared to those of the PC version. It sounds like my MuseScore files are being played with MIDI instruments in MuseScore for Android. In the PC version, the instruments sound much more realistic, and for at least one of my scores, more beautiful. I think that until some improvements are made to the mobile version, I'll stick to the PC version of MuseScore.
Impressive Outlook and Sound Production Ability to produce sounds accurately with correct pitch and clarity of music notes.
Love It! This app is fun to use, but the music gets cuts off at the ends. Please fix this.
- Fix opening mscz from Google Drive