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I've been using Bandhelper for the last few years because we need an application that works with a page turn pedal and shares the screen. Since it was time to spend $100+ for another year, I figured it would be a good time to research alternatives. A few searches got me to MobileSheets. From what I can tell, it's the best available.

I got the screen sharing working well. There's a small delay for the slave devices to get the page turn but it's not too bad.

One of our musicians has a Windows based tablet. Does MobileSheets work for screen sharing with that?

Is there an easy way to transfer files, libraries and set lists to all of the devices?

Thanks for any help.
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MobileSheets for Windows 10 works identically to the Android version when using the "Connect Tablets" feature. You can connect Android and Windows 10 devices together with no problems. For transferring your library, I would recommend using a library backup file to start (Settings->Backup and Restore->Backup Library), and then after the same library is on all devices, you can merge future changes by using the "Sync Library->Sync to another device" option on the main library screen. If you'd prefer to just have a central repository, you can also sync to a cloud folder, but if you want to keep all the merges clean, it's best if changes are only made on one device, those changes are pushed up, and the other devices pull them down. Similarly, if you sync devices to each other, it's best if changes are made primarily on one device as this will correctly handle deletions and modifications.

Mike
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(12-08-2020, 11:13 AM)Zubersoft Wrote: MobileSheets for Windows 10 works identically to the Android version when using the "Connect Tablets" feature. You can connect Android and Windows 10 devices together with no problems. For transferring your library, I would recommend using a library backup file to start (Settings->Backup and Restore->Backup Library), and then after the same library is on all devices, you can merge future changes by using the "Sync Library->Sync to another device" option on the main library screen. If you'd prefer to just have a central repository, you can also sync to a cloud folder, but if you want to keep all the merges clean, it's best if changes are only made on one device, those changes are pushed up, and the other devices pull them down. Similarly, if you sync devices to each other, it's best if changes are made primarily on one device as this will correctly handle deletions and modifications.

Mike

Thank you. That's what I wanted to know.
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