OnSong

OnSong

By OnSong

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2012-02-26
  • Current Version: 1.99999
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 86.40 MB
  • Developer: OnSong
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 1,812 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $24.99
OnSong App Ratings: 4
4
Total 1,812 Reviews

OnSong App Description

Manage huge collections of chord charts and lyrics sheets for your band or worship team on your iPad or iPhone. Quickly pull and reorder set lists and flip from one song to the next with ease. Transpose and highlight chords or change font size with a brush of your finger! Hands-free operation with popular wireless foot pedals or MIDI devices. Playing music has never been more simple with software built for live performance musicians. You can import songs directly from online sources such as Dropbox, or add your own songs with the built-in editor. Just type the song like you would expect and surround your chords in square brackets inline with your lyrics. It's that easy! OnSong automatically detects sections and titles for you when you end them with a colon. You can also import your existing songs using iTunes file sharing or Dropbox. OnSong supports PDF, Word, Pages, JPG, PNG, TIFF, ChordPro and text file formats. When you have your set just the way you want it, share it with your band members wirelessly. Listen to the song you are playing directly from your iTunes or OnSong music library, play a metronome or get the music iTunes with just one tap. This app is loaded with features that musicians demand. Features: • Simple song and chord entry • Import, export and synchronize with Dropbox and other sources • Pull sets and change songs for live performance • Flip or tap through all the songs in your set • Transpose and capo with the brush of a finger • Highlight or bold chords for visibility • Change font size and style • Keep track of your past sets and archive • Import songs from your various online sources • Play backing tracks from your iTunes or OnSong music library • Play a click track to a metronome with remembered tempo for each song • Share wirelessly with your band members over Bluetooth or WiFi • Send your list to your team via email • Print your set wirelessly to an AirPrint printer • Works with many foot pedals such as the AirTurn PED, AirTurn BT-105, Griffin Stompbox and iRig Blueboard • Project lyrics or use a stage monitor with VGA, HDMI, AirPlay and Chromecast support

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OnSong App Reviews

  • So good...still!

    5
    By timobateman
    I’ve been using onsong for almost 10 years. Each update adds more functionality and support. Also I don’t realize it (because it’s non existent) that this app is one of the most stable and bug free apps on my iPad. Just works is definitely the way to describe it. I’ve used it with many team members and have not been disappointed. Easy for anyone to start using quickly, but offers many robust features for the most advanced. Well worth the price and the in app purchases. Also great support. Couldn’t figure out a hugely advanced feature, support showed me how to solve it. It was user error. Love you guys.
  • Wow, perfect page turning app!

    5
    By 44dzl
    I am a singer and guitarist in a rock band. We are always adding new material so I wanted a page scrolling app that shows the lyrics and chords. OnSong is it! It is easy to use and intuitive. Functions perfectly for what I need.
  • Spot on with OnSong

    5
    By Ricsimac
    Been using this app pretty much from its beginning! It just keeps getting better with time like a fine wine! The staff at OnSong stays on their toes to keep up with all the upgrades Apple keeps pumping out! Thanks and God bless you guys and gals at OnSong! Ric
  • Been contemplating trying this for a while...

    1
    By JoeFindley
    It seems to have great potential, but right now it seems like a glitch factory. It has crashed or frozen multiple times, and eats battery like crazy. The "flow" function generally erases the song instead of organizing it, and I haven't even gotten around to trying the higher functions yet... basically I'm disappointed. Hoping there is an update coming to address the glitches, I feel like a $25 app should run more smoothly.
  • My Very Favorite App

    5
    By AROD2
    The one app that keeps me using my iPad is OnSong. Whether you are an amateur, just starting out, or a professional musician, you would be amazed at how this app will help you. I have over 4500 song sheets and can share them with any one I play with. I can easily add new songs. Any song I hear, I find the lyrics and chords and port them over. If I don’t like the key it’s in, I only have to make a few taps and it all changes to the one I want. I put notes on the sheets and mark them up. OnSong Team is always improving the App. And they have the best customer service of any company I have ever dealt with.
  • Onsong

    5
    By frankie 9.5
    The most intuitive software I have ever experienced. Thank you
  • Finally

    5
    By dmusselwhite
    I have downloaded and bought a half a dozen apps to try getting my lyrics on my iPad and every time I would run into issues. Either I had to buy something else or it wouldn’t work like I needed or something. Until I got OnSong. Thank you. Yes it may cost a little more than others but if you add up all the mistakes of buying other apps that doesn’t work right. Well. You get the ideal.
  • Can’t find anything

    1
    By teleman 1
    No manual. Link to manual NG. Instructions to change help setting NG. Searches NG. Can’t enter info to send email to customer support. Really having a good time!!!
  • Not User Friendly....at all.

    2
    By Tavster
    This app was not user friendly in any aspect. Editing songs was a huge hassle. I ended up spending more time making songs look right than practicing them. Huge waste of money...
  • Suggestions

    3
    By Funfunfun=)
    I initially input full documents of many songs as individual songs, and that freaked it out so it shut down a lot. I'm now going thru the long process of inputting each of those songs individually, hoping that will make it shut down less frequently. So far I have two things that really annoy me: 1) When it decides a song is in a key different than it is, so the chords you see in edit mode are not the same chords you see when looking at the song. This drives me crazy. 1.5) It would be great to be able to split a song into multiple keys and not have it auto-change the chords. 2) It would be SO helpful to be able to insert photos similar to sticky notes. I am a visual learner and write notations to indicate the melody or my own shorthand for riffs/strumming patterns. I would love to be able to insert photos into the songs in order to have this important information all in one place. I haven't used the app much because it's been months of me inputting all my music the way I want it, and still relying on my paper music instead. I'll update this review in another few months when I finally have everything in and have switched to only using my iPad.

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