An entire professional worship band on your iPad?

Worship Band In Hand - Band in Hand, LLC

Worship Band in Hand, a new, free mobile app that gives you complete control over your worship team ministry was launched in the iTunes store last month. As we’ve undergone our first official update of the app, we have a few awesome things to share!

This week, we are releasing 55 new songs by partnering with LifewayWorship.com, which means we now have 95% of the top 100 CCLI songs in our library! What way to better celebrate? You guessed right… a sale.

Every song will be $5.99 or less for a limited time, so, go grab more of your favorite tracks and plan out future set lists. Download them from inside from the app!

As always, your feedback is encouraged. With the new update you can now send your thoughts directly to developers from within the app! Interested in hearing what other worship leaders have to say about us?

Mark Harris, from 4Him and Artist in Residence/Worship Leader in Daphne, AL says…
“I am completely impressed with Band in Hand. It is a Worship Leader’s best friend. It is easy to use and the tracks are first class. Never be without a player again; let Band in Hand be the missing member of the band or the whole enchilada. It is a must have if you lead worship.”

For more reviews and feedback, check out our website, here!

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