Devhammer's Den

Aug 23, 2013

Friday App Shout-Out: Sheet Music and Morad Learning

Today, I'm pleased to note (pun intended) the release of the latest app from Jason Fabritz, Sheet Music, as well as a series of video training apps for both Windows Store and Windows Phone from Osama Morad.

Sheet Music


As a volunteer liturgical musician, it's easy to end up with a huge binder (or binders) of music to drag around (I can attest to this personally). Sheet Music offers a way to manage and access this material in a more convenient fashion, allowing you to import digital versions of your sheet music and organize them into programmes, so that all the music is at your fingertips, with no fumbling around with paper. And did I mention it's FREE?

Morad Learning


I've mentioned one of Osama Morad's video training apps in a previous shout-out, but it's worth a repeat visit, as he's published several more apps, for both the Windows Store and for Windows Phone. Here's a list of what's available so far:

Windows Store:

Windows Phone:

Be sure to check out Sheet Music and the Morad Learning apps!

Office Hours

I offer weekly Office Hours, alternating between the Microsoft Store in Tyson's Corner, VA, and our Reston, VA office. If you're working on an app for Windows Phone, or Windows Store, or you need help integrating Windows Azure services into your solutions, I can help.

You can check out my current Office Hours schedule at:

I also post my next upcoming Office Hours session on the DC/Baltimore Windows App Developers Meetup group, which also happens to be a great resource for other app development related events, so you should join the group.

Who's Next?

Would you like to be the next recipient of a shout-out for your app? You can get links, videos, and more for free at App Builder. Sign up takes only a few seconds, and the resources can help make you the next app rockstar.

Drop me a note if you're working on a Windows 8 app and have questions or need advice, or if you've published your app already, let me know so I can spread the word!

Tags: Windows 8, Windows Store, Windows Phone, Apps

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