Tonight there is a HUGE update to NotateMe, a music notation app that uses handwriting recognition. There are a ton of improvements for music education, including being able to send a file over “Open In” and a grey pen (allows students to trace a note or symbol). And you can now import MusicXML files (from Finale, Sibelius, MuseScore, or Notion).
I have used NotateMe Now with my students this year for both composition and dictation exercises. Students can use the free app, while the teacher can do more with the full version. See the app's change log (on the AppStore) for the huge list of updates.
NotateMe is available on the App Store for $21.99, and can be purchased with this AppStore link (a referral link). NotateMe is also available on the Google Play store for Android devices.