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If Ken Nelson or Russ Armstrong sees this, can you guys or anyone else that may know.... Looking for when the release of Practiscore Competitor app for iphone/ipad will be available. I aggravate my buddies about their inferior android phones, but they have a super awesome app that I have been wanting ever since hearing about it. If you guys haven't heard of it or seen it, it allows you to be able to make comparisons on shooters with stages or matches. You can "what if" a stage or target to compare scores, etc simply by importing match info off of Practiscore. I have played with a friend's a little bit and it is pretty awesome.
We are happy to announce that our Steel Scoring iPad app is now available for download from the App Store. It can be used for Steel Challenge events or for less strict Steel events where you have your own divisions, stages, runs and more. It can also score Knockdown Steel events! It is very flexible and easy to use. Best of all it’s free, thanks to our sponsors! It is also the first app to work directly with the Double-Alpha Shotmaxx Timer (iPad 2 or newer required), so times can be transmitted directly into the app. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/steel-scoring/id733091767?ls=1&mt=8 We will be developing a website for registration and squadding over the next several months, so stay tuned for that! We’d like to hear your feedback? Thanks. Cheers, Adam. P.S. We just learned that the “latest” Dropbox API we are using is not working properly for first generation iPads (iOS 5) and is not communicating with their servers for Backup, Restore & Sync. We have reverted to an earlier version of the API and resubmitted today. You can still use it to check it out on your first gen iPads, but the Dropbox functionality will not work properly.
Probably the most complained thing about using Apple iPad Minis for PractiScore is reading the screen due to the glare. It really is a major problem and significantly slows down both entering and accuracy. I have finally found a case/screen combo that is both affordable as well as very good at reducing the screen glare. The product is the Garrison Premium Folio Case from BodyGuardZ. The case is well designed and fits the mini perfectly. The best part is that it comes with BodyGuardZ's anti-glare screen protector and all for under $40. Putting the screen on a clean Mini was very easy although the supposedly included tool was missing. I used a credit card which worked fine. The screen pretty much disappears and does not reduce readability at all. Outdoors, it works fantastic and everyone that used it really liked the improvement. Here is a link.http://www.bodyguardz.com/the-garrison-premium-folio-case-for-apple-ipad-mini.html?dir=asc&order=sort_priority