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For improvisation, I really like iREAL pro.
For composition/improvisation I think Chordbot is pretty cool. You can input chord progressions, choose a style, and play along.
On iPad, I use the ForScore app for storing scans of my sheet music.
Just recently, I having been trying out NotateMe which scans a piece of music through your phone’s camera, then converts it to playable notation which can then be sent to a composition program like Sibelius, etc. It’s very cool. I’ve seen students take a photo of a passage and have their phone play it back to them as a way to understand what’s happening in a piece.