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Sneak Peek: forScore 10.1

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This summer’s release of forScore 10 has been a tremendous success, and we’re extremely grateful for all of the acclaim and positive feedback we’ve received from both customers and the press. After months of hard work it’s incredibly rewarding to finally see the real-world impact of each new feature and improvement. You might even think we’d be headed out for a long vacation.

We’re a restless bunch, though, so of course we immediately jumped right in to begin crafting the first big update to forScore 10, version 10.1, and today we’re giving you a sneak peek at what’s to come. Although we don’t usually spend much time talking about “minor” point releases, make no mistake that 10.1 is going to really take things up a notch.

In fact, thanks to the major foundational improvements we made in forScore 10, we’re going to stick with it for a while and let these point releases serve a much bigger role. Focusing on them will give us more flexibility and let us release interesting features when they’re ready instead of artificially delaying them until the next major update.

So without further ado, you can read all about forScore 10.1 here.

Music Video Sightings

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Long-time user, frequent contributor, and honorary employee Alan Steinberger has shared a few music videos with us featuring him playing from his iPad with singer Matt Forbes. There are a few shots of forScore sprinkled throughout several of them, most prominently in a cover version of Rod Stewart’s “Some Guys Have All The Luck” as seen below:

Learn more about Alan here, and check out all of Matt’s videos on his Facebook page.

forScore 10

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Today we’re very excited to announce the arrival of forScore 10 and forScore mini 3 on the App Store. These huge updates are absolutely free for all existing users, as always, and they include some incredible new features and enhancements that really take so many of forScore’s key functions to the next level. From brand new annotation tools and powerful audio track adjustments to setlist folders and the seriously upgraded Darkroom, they make everyday tasks easier, faster, and better.

Thanks to everyone who supported us and helped us get here, all the way up to version ten and beyond! We love working on forScore and appreciate the continued opportunity to bring you our latest ideas and improvements. And, of course, a very big thank you to our tremendous team of beta testers: they volunteer their time to try out our rough drafts, help us hone in on issues, and give us their feedback on all the changes we make. Thank you all.


forScore 10

Available now for iPad


forScore mini 3

Available now for iPhone and iPod Touch

Beat Keeper 3.2

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Today we’re proud to announce the immediate availability of Beat Keeper 3.2, a free update to our standalone metronome app. This update adds plus and minus buttons for making precise BPM adjustments (which will also be coming to forScore 10 later this summer). Beat Keeper is now also a universal app, so it’ll run on your iPad as well as your iPhone and iPod Touch. It supports Slide Over and Split View too, allowing you to use it while you work with other apps.


With today’s update, all of the apps in our Music Box are now universal. That means our utilities can be nearby no matter which device you’re using, and we think it’ll be a great introduction to the forScore family for iPad users who haven’t yet taken the plunge. Get Beat Keeper 3.2 today, free for existing users and $0.99 (USD) on its own, or get the whole Music Box for $3.99 (pro-rated if you’ve bought any of its apps already).


Beat Keeper

Available now for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch on the App Store.


forScore Music Box

Get our four utility apps or complete your collection with this app bundle.

Sneak Peek: forScore 10

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After many months of hard work, today we’re very excited to give you a first look at our next major update, forScore 10. In lieu of our typical series of smaller sneak peeks, we’ve put together a huge preview page that gives you a great look at much of what’s coming later this summer.

It’s hard to believe we’re here putting the final touches on the tenth major version of forScore, and we couldn’t have done it without the tremendous support of our customers. As always, thank you.

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