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Whether you are practicing or performing: with iRollMusic your hands never leave the keyboard. However, the app can do more than just turn pages. Whether you need to add fingerings, prepare repertoire or plan gigs: iRollMusic let's you manage your sheet music library on the iPad. Tape, pencils and crumpled scores are definitely a thing of the past.

- scroll PDF sheet music using two different scroll styles
- manually turn pages
- annotate your scores with text and freehand annotations
- create playlists of your scores to plan your gigs
- organize your scores in a comfortable library
- print your music
- share your scores with your friends
- Dropbox integration
- AirTurn BT-105 support

What’s New

Version 2.0.4

Minor improvements

Ratings and Reviews

jvh - Seattle ,

iRoll by default

I've tried a number of the other score-reading programs and while they each had some nice features, each one also had a defect that was, for me, a deal breaker. So iRoll wins by default.

Which is not to say it's bad - it's got some nice features and it's actually pretty good at doing what it does - but there are so many little annoyances, and things that could be much smoother and more convenient if they'd been thought it out better. (IMHO, of course)

**a few of the things I like**
Scrolling - iRoll offers three types of scroll-control: manual (useful), automatic (sometimes useful), and something they call "Roll by Measure" (I can't imagine how I'd ever use this).
Scroll adjustment - A quick flick of the finger moves the scrolling page and there's no "momentum" (i.e. the page won't continue to move after your finger has left the screen).
Dropbox integration - Handy.

**a few of the things I don't like**
Metronome - The integrated metronome looks like it has some nice features, but it can only be used in "Roll by Measue" mode so I've never used it.
Annotation - Getting symbols and freehand markups sized, colored, and positioned correctly is slow, tedious, and error prone.
Collection management - Each piece has a title and composer. I can search for either but I can only browse through the titles. I can't quickly see what composers are covered.


Andrewsd83 ,

I roll music works well

I have imported a couple hundred songs. I'm excited that I have them all on my iPad ready to read and that it will scroll automatically. However, the import process and the setup of measures, repeats and scrolling are time-consuming and cumbersome. This is probably due more to the iOS file management, but any streamlining of the process would be appreciated.

Wayneinsa ,


The program is great. One issue and one "bug". Issue was that in the regular roll mode it will only roll for one pass. I play PDF music score with multiple pages and many times a simple roll is fine but the choir singe the song 2 or 3 times making the program useless.

The bus was that the program did, and still does, freeze and sometimes even reboots my ipad 3 when I am in the measure roll mode. This also makes it useless because it's not dependable. Guess I will go back to unto flip or masterdaelion.


Alp Phone GmbH
40.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
English, French, German, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Max Pfeiffer, Moritz Pfeiffer
In-App Purchases
  1. iRollMusic Pro $1.99
  2. iRollMusic Pro $7.99
  3. iRollMusic Pro $2.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.