Since its first release in November 2012, SongSheet has required an upfront purchase in order to use.
Now, if you are completely new to SongSheet Pro, you can download it for free, and try it obligation free for 14 days.
Note the “obligation free” part. When you start a trial, you are not committing to any kind of subscription or purchase. There is nothing to cancel, and no automatic charge to your credit card when the trial ends. Don’t like SongSheet Pro? Just delete the app and move on. But I hope you discover you like it :)
Why 14 days? I wanted to give you a fair chance to really try it out before committing to a purchase. Add some songs, create a set list, practise with it, see how it goes in a live performance.
Once the trial is up (or before, if you decide SongSheet Pro is right for you) you can choose to subscribe on a monthly or annual basis.
You don’t like subscriptions? You’re also covered - you can purchase a lifetime unlock instead!
Finally, once your trial ends or your subscription expires, you don’t lose access to anything you have added to the app. You can still view all your songs, export them, print them, etc. Without an active subscription (or lfietime purchase) you won’t be able to add new content, or edit existing songs and set lists.
“What if I’m an existing user who paid up front for this app?”. Glad you asked - there is a completely optional upgrade option, which will grant access to some new features as they are released. You still have access to all the features you love, and will still get new updates, without having to pay again.
If you have any questions or comments about this, please let me know and I’ll do my best to answer them!
Developer of SongSheet Pro