ScoreCard 3D

ScoreCard 3D

By Alexander Wener

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2011-09-23
  • Current Version: 3.03
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 4.34 MB
  • Developer: Alexander Wener
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.

Description

With the ScoreCard App you have the opportunity to capture the result of your 3D archery course. ScoreCard 3D offers in the first version of the following functions: - Any number of archers can be captured - Select a predefined or enter your own classification - Easy recording of the archery results - Any number of targets can be managed - Complete history of all competitions is stored - Creating the scorecard as a PDF and automatically send to all archers - The full history can be exported as CSV file The following functions are planned for the next release of 3D ScoreCard: 1. Evaluation of the shooting result: - Number of shot first arrows, second arrows, etc. - How often spot, Kill, Body - Graphical representation - Ranking 2. GPS recording of the course with map and photo of the targets Suggestions and criticism are always welcome! mailto: ScoreCard3D@yahoo.com

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Reviews

  • Not intuitive.

    3
    By I McD
    The controls are a bit clunky and the app is not intuitive. If you create a course you have to add each target separately. This is fine except where you have 40 targets of unknown distance. I would like to be able to enter multiples. Secondly I cannot cannot see how to "save" more than one set of scoring, points for kill etc, that is not included in the presets. One can be saved under free definition. Other than that the app performs. The summaries that are pdf-able are useful indications of shot break downs. All In all a good app that could be great with a few tweaks.
  • A little awkward

    4
    By Some thing funny
    Takes a while to get used to this app, but it's much better than others I have tried. Some messages are in German (I think), and some instructions would be very beneficial as not all the buttons are labelled. When I tried to use it in the field the first few times, I gave up gave up, so it's certainly worth spending some time getting used to it before going out shooting. Create a set of shooters and do a mock course or two, in order to get used to what all the unlabelled buttons do. One thing I find a bit odd is when using a custom score convention where spots only count on the first arrow, the 2nd and 3rd arrow still count the spot and not a wound.
  • usefull program but needs more scoring options

    4
    By Alicatt-1
    Nice program, but cannot seem to make it do 4 scoring areas on the target ie 5,8,10,X(11)

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