Wednesday, 27 June 2012

CourtTrack Give Away

CourtTrack, the inaugural app by PerfectTrack has recently launched on the Apple App Store. Priced at just £0.69 / $0.99, the app allows tennis players, coaches, parents and fans to track the points scored in a tennis match. Based on these points, the app calculates a number of statistics and presents them to the user, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses. You can view statistics for the whole match, or for individual sets. This shows the user where to concentrate to improve their match play, and helps to identify where time should be spent in training.

CourtTrack has an unobtrusive and simple data entry screen, meaning that you can continue to watch or participate in the match as quickly as possible. Undo and Redo support means that correcting your mistakes is just as easy! 

CourtTrack also supports backing up your matches, players and data to iCloud, meaning your previous statistics and historic matches are kept safe. 

The app is fully localised for Spanish and French users, with German localisation coming soon. Improvements to the app and new features (that are available free to anyone who purchases the app now) are also coming soon and include: 
- Improved iPad support - support for landscape mode and statistics visible on the same screen as the point entry buttons.  
- Statistics shown on charts, and graphs showing the momentum of the match. 
- Additional statistics and indicators to find weaknesses and strengths in your game. 

All of the above features make CourtTrack a great tool for: 
and Fans

To find out more about the app, visit the PerfectTrack website at visit 

PerfectTrack is a new iOS development company specialising in the development of tracking applications for sports players and fans. Based in the small costal town of South Shields in the North East of England, the company aims to deliver easy to use, powerful apps that sports participants can use to improve their performance. To find out more about PerfectTrack, visit

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