GT STATS New Onboard Experience Lets You Do More for Free
The new GT STATS is available on the App Store and Play Store now. The user friendly interface, stats and graphs plus remote mode are all there. The major change is the experience users will have when they first open the app.
Current users take note. There are some changes to the new version that we’re sure you’re going to like as well.
GT STATS now allows users to do more at no cost and with no obligation. Instead of signing up to a 7 day free trial from the outset, you can now go through the app with the new “Get Started” screen.
Famous Match Stats
When tapped, the top pane of the Get Started screen takes you to the stats and graphs of the Australian Open final in January 2017. It’s a while ago now, but it was one of the greatest Grand Slam finals of all time between two of the greatest players of all time – Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.
Once you have tapped through to the match statistics, you will begin to get a feel for the stats that can be recorded. Tap on one of the graph or magnifier icons to see how powerful it is when the same information is displayed graphically.
You can also tap on the Point Count to view every point of the match. The Point Count display is also used for Remote Mode. It will provide you with an idea of what family and friends would see live while you’re recording a match.
Add to our Demo Match
By adding to our Demo Match, you will have you a much better understanding of how GT STATS’ user interface works. The match is preloaded with the score at 1 set to love. Tapping the magnifier next to the set score displays the actual score in the previous set.
Apart from tapping around the stats and graphs as above, you can load your own stats. We highly recommend doing this before loading your own match (option 3 on the Get Started screen).
We think the icons and buttons are self-explanatory and easy to use. We’ll let you tap your way around the screens as a starting point.
Load Your Own Match
The bottom pane on the Get Started screen allows you to load your own match from start to finish. We recommend having a go at this last. GT STATS’ user interface is incredibly easy to use. We designed it that way. It’s still worth getting to know your way around via the Demo Match before going live court-side.
Tapping the “Load Your Own Match” window will take you to a “Load Match” screen. Make sure you load your two players by tapping the button at top right before loading all the match details. Tap your way through and you’re all set.
You will note on the “Serving First” screen, there’s a reference to inviting people to watch the match through Remote Mode. You can read more about Remote Mode here. Once signed up, this is where you invite family and friends to view the match live and dynamically while you load the stats.
Where to After That?
Famous Match stats, Demo Match and Load Your Own Match are all obligation free. Take your time to look through everything before progressing.
Once you’re ready and you want to continue your GT STATS experience, you still receive a 7 day free trial with unlimited use of the app. Load as many matches as you like and tap your way around the stats and graphs.
If you have any questions, suggestions or require further information, please get in touch through our Contact page, or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The New Point Count and Remote Mode Displays
We’ve changed the Point Count and Remote Mode displays to a whole new look per the image to the right. You can tell where you are in a match at any stage by looking at the white text. Any notes you take (using the pencil icon on the serve screen) will also display in white so that you can locate that point in the match easily.
The balls on the left indicate whether the first serve went in or a second serve was required.
We hope new users enjoy getting to know the power of GT STATS – now obligation free to load your first match. We also hope our current subscribers enjoy the new displays, in particular the point count display.
As always, we’re here to help. Use the Contact page or email email@example.com