The PageFlip Butterfly immitates a regular keyboard. The device works with any software that navigates digital files via keyboard strokes. For the dual pedals, the user may select among three preset modes for added versatility: PageUp/PageDown, Up/Down arrow, and Left/Right arrow. Users can change modes by the simple press of a button. The PageFlip Butterfly works with iPads in conjunction with select keyboard-compatible apps including forScore, OnSong, unrealBook, Deepdish GigBook, MusicReader, Music Podium, Newzik, NextPage, PowerMusic, Avid Scorch, Scorecerer, Set List Maker, Steinway Etude, Virtual Sheet Music, Planning Center Online, Teleprompt+, Kindle, iBooks, and more. Find additional compatible apps here. The PageFlip Butterfly wireless foot pedal isn't just for iPads — it also works with any Android tablet using select apps such as MobileSheets, SongBook, Fakebook, Lyrics Flipper+, Moon+ Reader, EBookDroid, Cool Reader, ezPDF Reader, and EP45 Pro. Find additional compatible Android apps here. Users may also use the PageFlip Butterfly pedal with any Windows, Mac, or Linux computer. Bluetooth is not required — You can purchase a PageFlip Bluetooth USB dongle that plugs into your computer's USB port for instant wireless Bluetooth support!
Dimensions: 6.8" (W) x 5.3" (H) x 1.4" (D)
Weight: 13.0 ounces (368 grams)
Battery Life: 200 hours of continuous use, or about 200,000 page turns
Connectivity: Operates wirelessly using Bluetooth 3.0
Sleep Mode: Enters sleep mode within 30 minutes of inactivity. Awaken by pressing pedal within 3 seconds.
Pedal Modes: PageUp/Dn, Up/Down arrows, Left/Right arrows
Power: Requires 2 AA batteries
Warranty: One year
Includes: PageFlip Butterfly wireless foot pedal, Quickstart guide in English/French/German/Spanish
Shipping: $5 in US/Canada, $20 (Europe/Australia), $30 (elsewhere)
Frequently Asked Questions
PageFlip Butterfly manual (English)
PageFlip Butterfly Quickstart Guide (English/Deutsch/Espanol/Francais)
Our survey on page turning solutions for musicians: "Page Turning Solutions for Musicians: A Survey", George Wolberg and Irene Schipper, WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation, vol. 41, no. 1, pp. 37-52, January 2012.