Turn your iPhone or iPad into a portable Radar Gun, accurate to +/- 0.5 MPH. I wish I had this app growing up. Radar guns were way too expensive and pitching coaches rarely encouraged "throwing hard" over "accuracy". Well, now we have iPhones and iPads capable of filming slo-mo, 240 FPS video... and we have them readily available at every game. I made this app to give every ballplayer and parent the opportunity to not only measure pitch speed, but also to analyze pitching mechanics with a very simple tool. ** APP FEATURES ** Portable Radar Gun - Load videos from your Camera Roll - Capture the release point and plate crossing video frames - Speed calculation is based on time and distance traveled - Stats accurate to +/- 0.5 MPH (slow-motion video) - Perfect for all age groups - Mound distances: 60'6", 54', 50', 48', 46', 44', 38' - Optimized for both iPhone and iPad Video Analysis - Frame-by-frame analysis of pitching mechanics ** IMPORTANT ** This app does NOT rely on your reflex time to calculate pitch speed, like many 'stop watch radar gun' apps. Instead, you will use the iPhone's powerful camera technology (preferably 240 FPS slo-mo video) to accurately capture the pitcher's release point and plate crossing, resulting in extremely repeatable pitch speed calculations. Licensed under US Patent 8,803,913. If you have any questions or feedback, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Good app but it needs the ability to export video clip that includes speed graphic and other info such as pitcher name team and event location etc
No camera function. You don’t need an app for this.
This app is a waste of money I want my money back
i got this app for 3 bucks which was a waste of money and this doesn’t even work it’s a waste of money don’t buy.
This app is essentially using a stopwatch and calculating the speed with simple Division! It’s extremely difficult To get an accurate reading.
Works great, very accurate and easy to use.
The app is really nice design but doesn’t take into account the distance from the pitching plate to the release point. So the distance is actually much shorter than the entered pitching distance so the calculated speed is too high. We tried this on our son’s 10U league and also at MLB games and it was 5 to 10 mph higher than the radar.
Would have given five stars if the pitching rubber and plate had a distance point finder. Release points are only as good as camera to pinpoint.
This app seems to be the easiest I’ve found. Use your own video, mark the release and when it crosses the plate. There’s nothing to it, and it’s extremely accurate.
I’m a 15 year old freshman who wanted to know my velocity. I was going to buy a radar gun but I didn’t want to just in case I wasn’t good enough to pitch. This is a great investment, especially since some radar guns can be 100$+