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Discussion: iPad 'Apps'
|Feb. 27, 2012|
Does anyone use an 'app' on their iPad or iPhone for doing boxscores during a game? I did find one that I'm testing out for the iPad but wondering if you've had success with one or another.
I'm looking to eliminate paper, keep track of stats (ours and theirs) and the one I have has all of that plus a 'spray chart' for tracking where the ball is hit.
It seems a bit clunky though and I was hoping to find the best streamlined version possible.
|Feb. 27, 2012|
|I have created one. The stat portion has been in use for years. The newly created one does have a spray chart with it to work on the ipad and other smart phones/tablets. We have actually created a box score app in addition, to be able to watch as things unfold online. We are testing it now, going to be real thorough about that, will be out before the season.|
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