World Class Visual Scorekeeping -- Tap a player and select an action. It's as easy as that.
Revolutionary Heat Map Generation -- Record the paths of the plays you enter and iScore will generate heat maps and shot charts filterable by period, play type, and player.
Partial play entry -- Not sure who was involved in a play? Tap the Unknown Home or Unknown Visitor icon to assign the action without knowing the player involved, then easily go back and change the player later
Complete Post Game / Post Play editing -- Edit anything about a play after the fact. Did not get it right the first time? With the visual scorekeeping interface, it is very easy to edit any details of the play at any time.
Detailed Statistics -- Track over 50 statistics in both the Offensive and Defensive categories.
Team Manager section -- Manage teams, team rosters and lineup at game time.
Quick Roster -- Generate teams with any number of players.
Quick Player Add on the Fly -- In addition to to traditional keyboard entry, unique voice recognition abilities allow you to quickly add a player by speaking their name and number.
iScorecast - Watch games live online (requires Internet while scoring, no Video), or a replay of the game later. Great for parents, family, or friends that can't make it to the game but want to keep up with the action. (additional charges apply for iScorecast viewing)
Built in TwitterCast -- Allow friends and family who are unable to attend the game keep up in real time by following you on Twitter
Multilevel Undo/Redo -- The simple editing makes Undo/Redo almost unnecessary, but it is still included as a standard feature
Data Sharing -- Transfer games / teams between devices to save time entering data or to share statistics with others on your team or in your league
MaxPreps support -- Export your game statistics to Maxpreps
Game, cumulative team and individual player statistics are available and can be emailed in EXCEL, CSV, PDF and HTML formats. Coaches will never again have to spend hours trying to extract data from paper records just to see how their players performed