olarte, sorry but the answer is a no to your questions. For the ukulele, you may do it yourself by looking at the sources and adapt a few numbers here and there. You wil need the picture of a ukulele too. Sorry, I don't have much time for that.
For the mobile version, that sounds like a good idea, indeed. But I don't even own a cellphone, so it's going to be hard for me to do.
Tarbaby, I used to post in the french forum a few months/years ago. I also sent a few messages here but with the new (well, for me it's new) policy to suppress accounts after a few months of inactivity, I suddenly disappeared from here.
By the way, I wonder what software you use to compose music (for the guitar)? I tried to make a program called "gcomposer" to compose some music for the guitar, but it doesn't work well for me. I wonder if the best way to compose is not to pick the guitar, find tunes on it and write them down on paper (so no computer at all). Do you think we could have some kind of "magic" software with a nice interface that would let us use the computer as if we were composing with a guitar under our fingers? I mean, in a "psychological" way, it would be exactly the same to compose with a guitar or with this "magic" software, you would make the same music. Do you think it's possible or should I just forget about this idea?
(And I mean compose
music, not typeset
it. The goal is to create new music, not write it down on some nice file to be printed with the finest laser printer out there.)