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Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« on: September 20, 2021, 06:31:59 AM »
Hi Fellow Bowlers - My question and observation concerns the Bowling Notebook.  Also do you use a cell phone bowling app? I am a very strong advocate for using both.  I do not believe that our brains will be able to recall the details of the previous event.  The Note Book can be in any form that you use.  I believe the more detail the better.  So lets start this thread with this observation.  Local High School Bowling Head Coach and Gold Level Coach ABE.  Strikes and spares - Denny

 

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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #1 on: September 20, 2021, 03:30:45 PM »
Check out The Paddock . Its a cell phone apps.Gives layouts tells you ball motion.Also you can add all your layouts and various others things.It was 10$ when I got it.Not sure if its went up.Really good app. Probably just what your looking for.

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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #2 on: September 20, 2021, 04:56:00 PM »
Check out The Paddock . Its a cell phone apps.Gives layouts tells you ball motion.Also you can add all your layouts and various others things.It was 10$ when I got it.Not sure if its went up.Really good app. Probably just what your looking for.

Looks to be the same price that I see, and made by Gary Faulkner. Not many reviews on it, and I wonder if there are more screenshots of it (there's only 3 and no link to a website for it), as that does sound like a good app.

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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #3 on: September 20, 2021, 06:09:04 PM »
Check out The Paddock . Its a cell phone apps.Gives layouts tells you ball motion.Also you can add all your layouts and various others things.It was 10$ when I got it.Not sure if its went up.Really good app. Probably just what your looking for.

Looks to be the same price that I see, and made by Gary Faulkner. Not many reviews on it, and I wonder if there are more screenshots of it (there's only 3 and no link to a website for it), as that does sound like a good app.

BL.



Did you look at this site yet?

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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #4 on: September 20, 2021, 09:20:58 PM »
It is a good App. Not sure why there's not more talk about it. This would be a good place start to promote it some.Seems this is about the only decent site left for bowling.

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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #5 on: September 21, 2021, 10:58:10 PM »
Hi Fellow Bowlers - My question and observation concerns the Bowling Notebook.  Also do you use a cell phone bowling app? I am a very strong advocate for using both.  I do not believe that our brains will be able to recall the details of the previous event.  The Note Book can be in any form that you use.  I believe the more detail the better.  So lets start this thread with this observation.  Local High School Bowling Head Coach and Gold Level Coach ABE.  Strikes and spares - Denny


You might want to check out Premier Bowling Scorekeeper (BDSS!) by Steve Neglia it's only $4 But it will keep track many different stats.

I've used it for about 4 years now (and a beta tester)

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=evets.neg.tbe&hl=en_US&gl=US

With Premier Bowling Scorekeeper there is

NO ADDITIONAL IN-APP purchases required for Full Functionality
ZERO advertisements
Unlimited bowlers
Unlimited history for leagues, tournaments, open bowls and drills
Full support for Regular, Baker, No-Tap and even No-Tap/Baker bowl
Full Support for Individual and Team play
Tons and tons of detailed metrics (currently over 60)


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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #6 on: September 22, 2021, 12:46:05 AM »
Hi Fellow Bowlers - My question and observation concerns the Bowling Notebook.  Also do you use a cell phone bowling app? I am a very strong advocate for using both.  I do not believe that our brains will be able to recall the details of the previous event.  The Note Book can be in any form that you use.  I believe the more detail the better.  So lets start this thread with this observation.  Local High School Bowling Head Coach and Gold Level Coach ABE.  Strikes and spares - Denny


You might want to check out Premier Bowling Scorekeeper (BDSS!) by Steve Neglia it's only $4 But it will keep track many different stats.

I've used it for about 4 years now (and a beta tester)

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=evets.neg.tbe&hl=en_US&gl=US

With Premier Bowling Scorekeeper there is

NO ADDITIONAL IN-APP purchases required for Full Functionality
ZERO advertisements
Unlimited bowlers
Unlimited history for leagues, tournaments, open bowls and drills
Full support for Regular, Baker, No-Tap and even No-Tap/Baker bowl
Full Support for Individual and Team play
Tons and tons of detailed metrics (currently over 60)





Aloarjr810, is there an iPhone version of this?
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Re: Bowling Notebook or Cell Phone Bowling App
« Reply #7 on: September 22, 2021, 11:43:24 AM »
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Aloarjr810, is there an iPhone version of this?


No, he hasn't made port of it as of yet.

if you could get hold of a old smart phone you could put it on it and use it like a pad. You don't need phone service just wifi.

You might could get one of those cheap $20 pads that has android system and use it also. (Haven't tried it)
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