MobileSheets

4.6
3.34K reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

MobileSheets is the ultimate sheet music viewer for Android tablets. It frees you from having to lug around books and binders, and gives you the ability to access any score in your library in seconds. It also comes with a number of powerful features for musicians including:
- Multiple modes of operation including two pages side-by-side, half page turns, and vertically scrolling pages.
- Hands-free page turns using any bluetooth or usb devices (including two and four pedal models), through the automatic scrolling feature, or through face gestures such as an open mouth or smile.
- Annotations for marking up music including support for freeform drawing, basic shapes, text and stamps
- A custom audio player for playing audio tracks with your scores. Audio player supports a-b looping and multiple sizes.
- Custom page ordering, making it easy to cut out unnecessary pages, repeat pages or change the sequence of pages without affecting the original document.
- A metronome with multiple display modes and sound effects
- Bookmarks for quick and easy access to sections in scores
- Link points for handling repeats and quickly jumping between pages
- Smart buttons that can be placed on a score to activate configurable actions when pressed
- Support for multiple file types including images, PDFs, text files and chord pro files.
- Support for importing CSV index files to break up large PDF songbooks
- Support for communicating with MIDI devices over USB to load songs or trigger actions.
- The ability to transpose chords in text and chord pro files.
- Manual and automatic cropping to completely eliminate unnecessary margins
- Support for setlists and collections to efficiently group songs for playback.
- Powerful library management features with a huge list of supported metadata fields, giving you complete control over the data in your library
- A free companion application for the PC that makes it a breeze to create and edit songs

MobileSheets acts as a file manager for your sheet music files (PDFs, images or text/chord pro files) and links directly to them on the device. It provides a way to organize and quickly access any of those files. MobileSheets can be configured to use existing files and folders on the device storage, allowing those files to be organized as desired by the user without them having to be copied or moved.

Give MobileSheets a try today and experience the freedom of having all your scores just a simple tap away.

NOTE: This application is designed and optimized for 7" and larger tablets. This application does not include any sheet music - you must provide your own. This application can not play back PDFs, images or text/chord pro files. It can only display those files and play back audio files.

For E-Ink devices, a special e-ink version is available. Contact support@zubersoft.com for more information.

The companion app is for your PC and is not included. You can download the companion app for free here: http://www.zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/companion.html

Privacy Policy: https://zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/privacy_policy_android.html
Terms of Use: https://zubersoft.com/mobilesheets/terms_and_conditions_android.html

If Google Play incorrectly states that your device is incompatible, please try the following steps:

1: Reboot your tablet
2: Go to your tablet Settings->Applications->Google Play and tap Clear Data. Do the same for Google Play Services.
3: Load Google Play and install MobileSheets
4: If the installation still does not work, reboot your tablet and try again

That fixes the problem for most users. Several reboots may be required.
Updated on
20 Apr 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region and age The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App info and performance and Device or other IDs
No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.7
1.3K reviews
Mike Lauretti
26 March 2024
Outstanding app. I use it for my jazz band as well as when I play in church. I had all my music for church in a carry on luggage bag. Now everything is on my tablet. The camera takes great photos of your printed music and then formats it for your tablet screen. The import function is great for those who have digital music in your Dropbox it online account. I play trumpet so for page turns I use a pedal that easily synced to this software. I can't recommend it enough. It is fantastic.
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Eric Peltzer
17 December 2023
Has nearly everything you could expect out of a sheet music reader. Certainly worth the money. The UI and library view in particular are not very attractive. Wish I could add particular pages of PDF collections to a set list. One suggestion is to integrate a music playback app that actually plays back the music in MIDI. For instance the app Music Scanner. Yes you can attach a midi or mp3 file to the sheet music but that is a lot more effort.
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Francisca de Castanheiro de Freitas
14 February 2024
I love this app! I've had issues with it but costumer support is extremely good. They answer very quickly and resolve issues faster than any other app I've had before. I'm a pianist and I use it for performance, work, and study, and I like how easy it is to organize my scores and how customizable everything is! It had a slight learning curve at first but it was so worth it.
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What's new

- Fixed bug with error when importing .msf files
- Fixed issue with Android 14 devices where the term "song" could show up even if the user had selected the option to use classical terminology
- The file browser screen will now correctly use the language selected in the settings