Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by tennist, Aug 28, 2013.
What do you think?
From the app, it seems like it's a recording tool for various match play statistics.
I'm assuming that data entry needs to be performed after every point by either the player or a spectator (unless they have a phenomenal memory)?
I'm not sure how useful this might be, when it seems to only be calculating very simple stats with what appears to be a very clunky interface.
Does it provide any other useful analysis? Trends/regressions, etc.?
Given that you still need to manually enter numbers after every point, I'm not sure the added utility is worth the 99c. Especially when free alternatives provide a more professional touch, e.g.
Try this one.
now is free, but also to pay for that little, it was worth it. Useful, and especially immediate, because it contains all in one screen. The display is static and this is good because it is easier avoid mistakes. (The buttons are always there) you have to concentrate a lot less than it seems. One must first always look at the efficiency and later to beauty.
version 2.5 had an error on the percentage of points won at the service of total points won, but now everything seems perfect
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