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Description

Featured in "Golf Digest" Feb 2017 edition.
Auto track shots + GPS distance using Apple Watch with built-in swing & putt analysis. Turn your Apple Watch into a Garmin golf watch, except this has more features.
- FREE on phone (not on watch), with lots of features like 3D map and hole flyover. Why pay for other golf GPS apps?
- Stand-alone on Apple Watch. No phone needed on course. It is the only stand alone golf GPS app today. Play without lugging your phone with you, and ditch your Garmin watch. Plus, it analyzes your swing and putt while you play.
Our mind-blowing technology has been featured on the Google I/O, Golf News, Mashable, IGN, and more…
- TrackMyGolf uses the Apple Watch to automatically detect your swing.
- Know exactly how far you are from the hole with measured distance to holes and hazards, for 35,000+ golf courses around the world.
- Natively support Apple Watch series 2, series 3's GPS, no need to carry phone during game
- No need for Internet connection. Once a golf course is loaded, it is automatically cached. You do not need Internet on the course, or for future rounds.
- Our gesture recognition technology automatically recognizes a golf swing, and it automatically tracks your game score. All you need is an Apple Watch, no more pen and paper scorecard.
- It automatically records the GPS location of each swing. We track your club distance and accuracy automatically.
- Built-in swing analysis for each auto detected swing, it shows you a number of stats, such as tempo, hand speed, swing plane, impact angle....
- Built-in Putt analysis for each auto detected putt. It shows you tempo, take-back angle, take-back time, push-through angle, push-through time
- Auto hole switching, it knows when you finished with a hole.
- Simple mode allows you just track the total score if you do not want to track shot-by-shot
- Real-time wind direction forecast so that you can adjust what club to use
- Use your phone, or Apple Watch, or both at the same time. Real-time sync data between phone and watch.
- Ability to zoom in on detailed satellite imagery of each course
- View each hole in 2D or 3D map
- Fly-over 3D view of each hole to get a better view before you start
- Insightful statistics of your game, covering club distances, fairways hit, greens in regulation (GIR), and putts per hole for in-depth analysis
- Connect with Apple Health app when using Apple Watch and contribute to activity rings.
Privacy policy: http://vimo.co/privacy
Terms of use: http://vimo.co/termsofuse/
Disclaimer:
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

Nouveautés de la version 2.17

fix url scheme

Vendeur

Nom

Vimo Labs Inc.

Informations

Catégories

Version

2.17

Taille

55 MB

Game Center

Non

VPP Device Licensing

Oui

Classement

Classification : 4+

Compatibilité

iOS 11.0 ou plus récent

Appareils

iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone SE (2e génération), iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 13 mini, iPod touch (6e génération), iPod touch (7e génération), Apple Watch Series 4

Langues

anglais

Notes

Toutes les versions

11 notes

Avis des utilisateurs

Should be improved

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pat6969++
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2019-11-07
Version 2.10
I am using it mainly for the Watch version while on course. The idea is nice but a lot of glitch made me go back to my Garmin and I'll probably stop paying the fees:
-the user interface should be worked on, I losing way too much time simply using basic functions like entering shots or picking up the right club which isn't acceptable for golf
-auto advance is often not working or working after I left the tee box of the next hole; so since the scoring for each hole is automatic the application is adding strokes to previous holes making the total shots per rounds inaccurate (should have a manual total strokes entry like Garmin instead)
- there is no information on where we stand towards the par, only the total shots of all holes played so difficult to know where we stand after a few holes (+5, +7,...) you need to calculate by yourself
- the auto shot feature is the main reason why I choose this app but the app doesn't stop calculating the previous shot distance when a new shot is started. Another problem whih auto shot is the practice shots are all added up unless you don't move at all, so moving even a little bit between practice and real shot force you to go back and delete shots, annoying, certainly because this is added to you score automatically
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