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A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro Support

A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro (iPad) Support Page

~Click here to view the A.P.S. MusicMaster (iPhone) support page

Note: We are working to complete and update this section.   Usage Videos, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), and other support items are continuing to “roll-out” in July…

Please be sure to read this page in its entirety to find the help that you need.

Support Menu:

This page is currently being populated!  Please check back for more information.

Frequently Asked Questions

In progress



  1. A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro overview/review/demonstration (10 minutes)

Video Tutorials:

  1. Navigating the Menu Systems
  2. Using the Metronome (Coming Next)

Version Errata and change log texts

1.22 CHANGE LOG  (current)

The 1.2.2 update brings a small number of minor fixes.  We are dedicated to making this app be the app that you want it to be! Your continued write-ups and 4 and 5 star reviews enable us to continue to make this amazing product even better -Please leave us a great review today!


The 1.2.1 update brings a number of small fixes, a new glossary update, and a completely re-worked Tuner-module build. We are working hard to respond to your add-on/feature requests. Your continued write-ups and 4 and 5 star reviews enable us to continue to make this amazing product even better -Please leave us a great review today!


We are VERY excited to bring this update to all of the users of A.P.S. MusicMaster Pro. Version 1.2 includes many updates and features that were suggested by its users. Your continued encouraging write-ups and 4 and 5 stars reviews enable us to continue to make this product what you want!

Keep the great reviews coming! They help us to continue to make this a better product!

CHANGE LOG Version 1.1.1:

Module Changes:

Core Changes:
  • Added memory optimization alorhtyms to the internet and glossary models

CHANGE LOG Version 1.1:

Module Changes/Fixes/Tweaks

General/Core/Non-Module changes:

Known issues with version 1.2.2 and up-coming features:

To-be-fixed/added in 1.2.3 (Going early 1st Quarter January-February)

Not-fixable on iPad 1st Gen:

Up-coming Features:

Generating a Crash Report and sending it to Apple

Developers always want to know if something odd is happening with their programs, we are no exception.

Sending Crash Reports Automatically:

Unfortunately for developers, many people have not opted to send reports to Apple automatically that are related to their product.   We strongly encourage you to consider enabling this feature.  All reports sent to Apple this way are completely Anonymous.  In order to setup your device to automatically send any crash reports generated implement this following steps:

  1. Connect your device to the computer that you sync with
  2. Right click your device in the left column
  3. Select “Reset Warnings” from the pop-up dialog box
  4. Re-sync your device/Apply
  5. At some point in the sync the following dialog box will appear: “You can help Apple improve it products and user support by having your iPad/iPhone automatically send Apple information from time to time about how it’s working and how you use it”
  6. Click the “OK” button in the dialog box – you have now enabled the ability to automatically send crash reports for the device and all programs to Apple (including ours)
  7. Complete the Re-sync process

Acquiring Crash Reports Manually:

When an application crashes on the iPhone or iPod touch, a “crash report” is stored on the device. Crash reports describe the conditions under which the application terminated, in most cases including a complete stack trace for each executing thread, and are typically very useful for debugging issues in the application.

When the user synchronizes their device using iTunes, crash reports are copied to a directory on the user’s computer. If the application was distributed via the App Store and the user has chosen to submit crash logs to Apple, the crash log will be uploaded and the developer can download it via iTunes Connect. For applications that have been distributed using Ad Hoc or Enterprise methods, getting crash reports requires user cooperation. Specifically, the user will need to retrieve the crash report from the directory where it was copied by iTunes. Depending on the platform, the directory is:

<USERNAME> is the user’s login name for the computer. <DEVICE_NAME> is the name of the iPod touch or iPhone, for example, “John’s iPhone”.

You are only interested in .crash files. The crash report’s file name begins with the application name and contains date/time information. In addition, <DEVICE_NAME> will appear at the end of the file name, before the extension.

~Please send the .crash reports to mmp-support[at]apsdevs[dot]com  (contact form coming soon…)