Coach and Play is a new app that provides coaches and trainers with professional tools that can be used to train basketball players. It also lets coaches manage every training activity and other actions right from the app. This includes the ability to draw plays using pictures of the players and opponents, save and manage a playbook, animate plays and share them with players, and create and manage a practice plan. There is also a free version for those who want to check it out first.
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Coach and Play Provides Coaches and Trainers With an App That Helps Them Manage Activities on the Court
Posted by Andrew Stevens on September 30th, 2013
Smart Office Plus Enables Users To Easily and Securely Work On Office Related Content While On The Go
Posted by Andrew Stevens on August 16th, 2013
Smart Office Plus brings premium and secure office capabilities to your iPhone and iPad, making it easy for you to work on content in a convenient and quick fashion through your mobile device. PDF annotation is a prime focus to this app; allowing users to view changes, take notes, and more, and it can also convert Microsoft Office documents into PDF format.
“Smart Office Plus helps people work more productively, more securely, and with more flexibility, than ever before,” explained Imran Khand, CEO of SmartOffice Technologies Ltd, in a press release. “With over seven hundred million users of the core technology worldwide, this proven solution responds to customer demands and meets IT policy requirements”.
TI-Nspire is a new all-in-one iPad app that gets you ready for doing math during the upcoming school year. It features a calculator, graphs, data, statistics, lists, spreadsheets, and notes; everything you need for solving the toughest of questions that math throws your way throughout the year.
Sounds nifty, and the trailer below looks it as well, but where’s the fast forward class button?
Austin City Limits (ACL) is one of the country’s biggest music television programs, drawing some major star power every episode. Now fans of the show can rewatch their favorite performances, as well as gain appreciation for some new ones, with the ACL Archive app for the iPad.
The ACL Archive comes packed with three full episodes of performances for free, featuring HD performance videos, artist interviews and more. Those who like what they see can gain access to the full archive with a monthly membership for $2.99, or go whole hog and buy an annual pass for $29.99. Those who opt to pay for a subscription gain access to 40 HD videos, 25 of which are brand new and have never been seen before.
ACL is a very cool show that draws a great variety of music and bands so it’s awesome to see the past and present encapsulated in one app. Live music fans would be hard-pressed to find a better way to spend their money.