How to use the sheet music icon on your phone

Answering an e-mail, searching the web or searching the news for “sheet music” will often give you the option to view the sheet of music from a music note symbol on your smartphone.

The sheet music icons in the stock Android and iOS app store, for example, show up on your home screen and the lock screen, as well as on the lock button.

But they don’t appear on the app store and you’ll need to go to the music note icon on the home screen or the lock icon on iOS to see them.

The icon appears when you tap the icon on Android or iOS, which looks like the letter C. To access it, tap on the sheet-music icon at the top right of your screen and then swipe down to see the sheet icon.

This isn’t the first time Google has gone this route.

In September, the company launched an app called Music Notes that lets you see a sheet music app icon on any screen, including the lock-screen, lock button and notification bar.

However, Google is still missing an official sheet music application for its app store.

To use this feature, you need to have an Android phone with the Google Music app installed.

If you don’t have Google Music installed, you can download it from the Google Play store.

If the app doesn’t come with a sheet of sheet music, you’ll have to download it manually.

If it does, you may have to manually download the app itself.

After downloading the app, you will see an icon that looks like a sheet-metal logo and you will be able to access it by swiping down from the top left corner of the screen.

You can then tap on it to open the sheet’s music notes page, which shows the sheet, a list of notes, a summary and a link to the app’s home page.

The list of available sheet music apps for Android is available here: https://goo.gl/maps/XqQ2gWJqw2WlYHb