Not accurate. I would love to carry my 7 iron 198 yards. Instructional video has no audio. Tried loading it multiple times. Great idea though. Maybe when you work out the bugs.
If it was accurate it would be awesome. I had no issues with set up or getting it to read my data. But even though I had this off the matt and on concrete (so no vibration possible) and had the calibration lined up perfectly, it was just wrong. 9 iron shots going 190. Sand wedge going 220. Those were the outliers. But still I know I don’t average 160 9i. Or 190 7i. Also I have no idea how it could possible get an angle of attack data. When the phone is in front of your swing and there is nothing on the club to capture data.
Good idea but I spent almost an hour setting it up buying a tripod and still left disappointed. I want my money back. Very very upsetting since I want to find out my distances with my clubs
This is a bogus app I purchased a mini tripod, followed all instructions to perfection, the app worked for about 1 minute and then never picked up another swing Don’t waste your time or money on this one the developers are laughing in the video because they know their app is a joke. I emailed back and forth with their tech support. They were nice and they tried different ideas such as putting a dark cloth over the background. Unfortunately, absolutely nothing worked and I had to stop trying because it was not worth the effort.
I usually don’t give reviews. But I am very impressed with this app. I was using it at the range and a guy there asked about it and asked if he could compare his $500 Rapsodo device to my app. The numbers between the two devices were almost exactly the same. Very impressed with this app.
I got this app in the hopes that it would be a cost effective option for a launch monitor and was disappointed. For starters it is super finicky on picking up the ball. I could place the phone in one spot, hit the ball the exact same way, and it would sometimes see the shot and sometimes not. There seemed to be no consistency that I could understand. Speaking of consistency when it did pick up similar shots it would give wildly different distances. On my seven iron I would get 140 yards followed by 240 yards on shots that were very similar. If you are considering buying this service for a month to test it out like me, don’t bother.
OK it does take a bit of getting used to with set up (It took me at least three sessions to get it right) and the numbers are a bit off when compared to “real” launch monitors, but for $40 it is a great tool to take to the driving range and get acceptable data on your swings. The developer is working on accuracy and consistency problems with each update, and the feature set is already as good as launch monitors costing 10-20 times more. If you are a real golfer than you will probably spend $500 for a radar-based monitor anyway, but for $40/year (or $7/month) it is definitely good enough for duffers like me. 😀
This app only tracked the shots I absolutely shanked. Any decent shot I hit wouldn’t read it or would go like 200 yards for a gap wedge. Also doesn’t work on a hill.
Looks like it could be a nice little app, but unless you pay for a subscription the app is basically useless. Only things it tell you is your ball speed, swing speed, launch angle, and ball rotation speed. It don’t tell you your carry distance or total distance unless you pay for a subscription. Looking in the app it appears that it also doesn’t keep your stats unless again you pay for a subscription. I do like how you can program the app to adjust the loft angle of your clubs. As for accuracy, I am a slow speed golf club swinger. I have never been tracked on a true launch monitor so I’m not sure how accurate the app is, but the speeds it told be I was hitting maybe maybe close don’t know for sure. Like some of the other reviewers said not all shot get registered by the app. I hit a few real good shoots and nothing registered. I was using it indoors on indoor mode so that may have been the reason as indoor mood by my understanding is still in beta testing. Haven’t tried it outdoors, but because I have to pay to get my carry distance and total distance and keep my stats, I will not be testing outdoors as I’ll be deleting the app.
The idea behind this golf app is intriguing and there are many good YouTube videos on it... I was unable to get it to run. Every time I try to launch a session the app closes out completely on my new iPhone 12 Pro Max. I would by the pro version of the app if it worked.