What's NewPennant has been going strong since it's release and will only get better with the great user feedback that keeps coming in.
This version offers improvements across the board,including:
Anti-aliasing, providing much smoother graphics.
Font rendering has also been greatly improved. Type should appear sharper with improved legibility.
Previous Park Locations:
Parks that have changed names frequently (IE AT&T, SBC and Pacific Bell Park in San Fran) now show all park names.
Statistical errors have been corrected, offering increased accuracy across the board.
Somehow left Maine off the map (Sorry to the fine citizens of Maine who have alerted me to this). Now on the map and back in the Pennant union :)
Going back to a previous screen should now save your spot rather than defaulting to the center item.
Startup black screen should no longer happen. Crashes on startup should also be greatly diminished, however if you do suffer from this please restart your iPad and everything should work fine.
Please feel free to contact me if you find any more issues or have any general feedback.
App DescriptionPennant is an interactive history of baseball like none other seen before. Using Pennant's rich interface fans can browse and view data from over 115,000 games that have taken place from 1952 to 2010. For more info as well as a video preview please visit http://www.pennant.cc.
2011 Apple Design Award winner!
This app requires an internet connection.
Anyone with issues starting the app, restart your ipad and it should work fine.
App of the Day: SportsIllustrated.com, Gizmodo,
"If you are a baseball nut, you just have to check out Pennant ($4.99) for iPad. There is nothing like it in the App Store."-AppAdvice.com
"Pennant is the most beautifistastic way to re-live past baseball seasons. There's so much baseball information presented in such a g-g-g-gorgeous way that I'm crying tears of joy, rainbows and Willie Mays."-Gizmodo
"I've been waiting for the next generation of baseball apps that take advantage of the iPad's screen resolution and size, and I think I found the first one today. It's called Pennant, and it's dynamite."-Hardball Times
"And with only six weeks left until the start of the 2011 season, Pennant looks to be a worthy challenger...as the must-have app of the year for iPad-toting baseball nuts."-Wired
"I don't have an iPad and rarely wish that I did, but after seeing the new baseball themed app, Pennant, I tempted to reconsider."-Business Insider
"if your favorite team is out of the running by then and you can’t bear to follow their late-summer demise, Pennant will offer some retrospective solace." - The New York Times
February 16, 2011 Initial Release