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  1. 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.
  2. So imagine you have 5 targets setup at the target line. Each target would be numbered 1-5. You have your buddy call out random numbers. "two!" "three, one!" "five, four, one!" "four!" "three, five, two!" "one, five!" etc... Sounds great, probably familiar as it's a common drill. But what if you were alone. Is there an app that you could input variables like: Number of targets? (5 in this case) Targets per set? (up to 3 in this case) Randomize set amount? (yes in this case) Pause between sets? (3 seconds) Hit start, set your phone down, and it would audibly call out random numbers for you. Anyone know if anything like this is available yet? Seems like it could be fairly easy to do. Wonder how easy it is to actually make an app....?
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