On 5/31/2012 2:30 PM, Phillips, Justin wrote:
> It's been submitted to Apple and we're waiting on approval, which
> shouldn't be much longer. The app is called Finale SongBook, and is
> designed as a music viewing and performance tool.
Thanks for the clarification -- any chance of there being editing
capabilities added soon? Or even possibly a whole new app for notation?
There are so many musicians who are using iPads for mobile musical
work that I think Finale could gain a whole new marketplace should you
add a notation app. Notion is alright as far as it goes but it's too
much like the PC/Mac Notion program for my tastes. And Symphony Pro
also is alright as far as it goes, but it, too, has severe limitations
for those of us used to the capabilities of Finale and Sibelius. And
I've heard nothing from Sibelius about the possibility of a notation
app, so the marketplace is wide open for Finale to capture.
I'd even buy a "new iPad" to replace my original iPad if Finale came out
with a notation app which required the increased RAM and the better
processing and graphics capabilities of the new iPad.