Sheet Music Direct, one of the world's biggest distributors of digital sheet music, has released a new version of its Sheet Music Direct for iPad app.
Reuters reports that the new release builds on the success of the debut version and has one of the world's biggest catalogues of fully-licensed sheet music and guitar tabs.
The new release introduces a favourites feature which allows users to tag any score from the Store or their library for easy access, discovery has been boosted by introducing search and score cards, plus cloud sync has been improved further.
Chilly Gonzales, world-renowned pianist, producer and songwriter, said: "My Solo Piano II song 'White Keys' looks great in the new Sheet Music Direct for iPad app - the versatility enables pianists from beginners to experts to dissect the song from all of its angles and truly 'know' it."
Alec Saiko, Sheet Music Direct marketing manager said: "Our goal is to provide our customers with the best possible digital sheet music experience at a fair price. The debut version of Sheet Music Direct for iPad which was released a year and a half ago was a great start, but by listening to our customers' feedback we've been able to make considerable improvements to the app.
“The new app includes great new features like score and search cards, improved cloud syncing of scores, global favourites and a totally re-designed performance mode."