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Thread: Ukulele Toolkit gone from app store?

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    Default Ukulele Toolkit gone from app store?

    I just noticed that Ukulele Toolkit disappeared from appstore.
    Itís still on my iPad pro and working, but now I canít get it installed on my iphone. Can someone outside Denmark please check if itís available in your region?
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    Too bad...it’s by far the best ukulele app I know
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    Apple is getting quite demanding about the apps they will sell in the app store and that they have to use Safari.

    I've had several graphics and photo apps that are no longer available, or you have to go to their websites and buy the latest version directly.

    Ditto with iTunes now being broken up into Apple Music and other parts. I can no longer burn copies of music from my CDs without making a "Playlist" in Apple Music. And not knowing how well it will fit on the CD. Really cumbersome and awkward to use. Toast was soooo much better. But no longer works with Apple Music. And they have no plans to do so.
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