about forScoreMusic Power Performance Design Tools
Deliberately clear, deceptively powerful.
The perfect fit
For us, it’s everything. What the app looks like, how it works, how you work with it, how we can keep things simple and clear—user experience is more than just a tagline, it’s the whole point. From the smallest split-screen views to the expansive iPad Pro, every part of the interface adapts without deferring to the lowest common denominator. It takes advantage of space when it has it, and uses an intuitive hierarchy to make the most of every pixel when needed.
Turn your iPad sideways to get a better view of your music. Tap on the right to scroll down, and tap again to turn the page.
If you prefer, you can also view two pages side by side. Perfect for the iPad Pro or larger sheet music.
Sometimes you need a bigger view of your music, and Reflow is our revolutionary tool that automatically detects systems of music on each page of your standard PDF file and lays them out end to end like a horizontal teleprompter. Since your music is no longer bound by the width of your screen, you can zoom in (up to double the music’s original size) and play through your music naturally. Your links and annotations are fully supported, so you won’t miss a thing.
We’re all a little different, and sometimes the way forScore works might not work for you. That’s why we’ve added accessibility options so you can change the app’s tint color, use fullscreen menus, and replace the metronome’s sounds. It’s just the beginning, and we never stop looking for ways to help people keep making music no matter what.
If your iPad supports it, use forScore and another app side by side. Our adaptive interface handles it all, making the most of however much space you give it.
Get to another app with a quick swipe, and then jump back into forScore without skipping a beat. It’s perfect for those quick tasks you don’t want to forget to do.
When you’re working with a few different scores or bookmarks at once, tabs make it easy to switch between them without losing your place.