Sheet Music Comes to iPad

Wed, May 5, 2010

iPad, Mobile

MediaBistro seems to have discovered the latest trend in iPad apps; Sheet Music apps. For about $3, you can grab yourself some sheet music for such compositions as Beethoven’s “Fur Elise”. MediaBistro is decidedly not too excited about the switch mainly because of the lost potential in having a hub app containing all of the sheet music.

Still, I find this to be especially neat with all of the different uses of the iPad. Instead of having a giant book of music to haul around and search for the correct piece, you could potentially have a giant library of music simply on your iPad. The “Fur Elise” app offers connection to your Mac and PC and allows you to print the music off there as well.

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