Jellynote now on the iPad
Jellynote, the software that allows you to learn how to play your favorite songs, is now available on the iPad, and is still free.
Jellynote registered users can now take their tabs and scores anywhere with them on their iPad, explore their songbooks offline and learn new songs by browsing the community catalog. Jellynote for iPad displays scores and tabs for guitar, bass, drums, voice… as well as Youtube cover videos.
You can change the tempo of the songs, choose between tab or score views with zoom, and visualize at the same time a virtual keyboard or guitar fingerboard with real time display of the played notes.
The Jellynote app for iPad is currently in v0.3.2, and will undoubtedly evolve. You’ll find it for free at the AppStore.
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