From the Store description:
A fantastic tool for guitarists, bassists, vocalists or anybody using chord charts or lyrics, SongbookPro easily allows you to get rid of all that paper.
- Grouping songs into sets for easy switching between songs when playing live
- Quick and easy key and capo adjustments
- Import songs in the ChordPro or .onsong format, as PDF documents or directly from UltimateGuitar.com and WorshipTogether.com
- Simple sharing of songs and sets between SongbookPro users
- Designed for laptop and tablet use
I mentioned a caveat above, at least for Windows 10 Mobile (use on a Surface Pro or similar gets round most of this!) Somewhat obviously, you're reading your lyrics from a phone screen. It's small, it's presumably propped up in front of you (your hands are on your guitar). Now, I've played in many a pub, in many a church, on many a street (yes, really), and in none of these is it really that practical to have lyrics and chords mounted on a phone. Yes, SongbookPro auto-disables the screen power time-out, so at least you don't have to keep fumbling to turn the display back on, but you've still got to have the phone mounted on a stand, you've still got to have good enough eyesight to read the words on it at (say) a metre, and you've still got to implicitly trust that the phone content scrolling speed won't drift out by more than a few lines over the course of a three minute song...
Anyway, assuming that your eyesight is up to the task and that you've thought about how to mount the phone (or you're actually using a larger Windows 10 device), here's a quick walkthrough of SongbookPro on my Lumia 950 XL:
You can grab this here in the Store.