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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Sports||5.7.0||December 09, 2017||2.11|
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Version 5.7.0 released on December 09, 2017
Version 5.6.0 released on October 23, 2017
Version 5.5.1 released on September 06, 2017
We’ve squashed some bugs in this release, especially in the areas of: Scoring play ordering, RSVP invitations, unfollowing teams, schedule listing, time zones, and assorted crashes. Just as a reminder, the 5.5 mobile app release features improvements such as: • Team managers can set Arrival Time, Team Notes, and Uniform on games. This information should only be shown to logged-in team members • Games can have both start and end times, as well as a TBD time • Events can be set to "Canceled" or "Postponed" status • My RSVPs has been moved from the main menu to the game/event detail screen
Version 5.5.0 released on August 07, 2017
SportsEngine is excited to bring you the newest release of our mobile app! This release features some frequently-requested new features to make life easier for your team, as well as some new design and performance improvements. Read on to find out more! Have you ever worried about your players showing up wearing the wrong uniforms, because they forgot if it was the home team or the away team who wears the dark ones? Worry no more - team managers can now specify the uniform, arrival time, and private team notes on each game. This information is specific to your team, and only shown to logged-in team members. No need to worry about the other team learning your strategy! We know that practices and other non-game events can get canceled or postponed. Now, instead of deleting those events from your schedule, you can change their status to “Canceled” or “Postponed”, to let your team members know what happened. Additionally, you can now set both a start and an end time on games, so those 90-minute games will show the right block of time on your calendar. To simplify the menus, RSVPs have moved into the detail screen for games and events. So look for them there! As always, you’ll find bug fixes, performance improvements, and design updates scattered throughout!
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SportsEngine is the ultimate Sports Life Management tool: Give coaches the tools they need to communicate with and run their teams all from one place. With our mobile app, every one of your teams can stay connected via text or email notifications, plus stay on top of schedules and player availability for practices, games and events on your iOS device. But that’s just the beginning… For Coaches & Managers: Message and get availability from athletes & families, manage team events, update scores and make rosters changes – anytime, anywhere. • True text notifications & email: Athletes & families choose how to receive team messages • Schedules: Add an event with full details, then send invites out all at once • RSVP: Team members respond to invites right from their phones • Availability: See who’s coming to an event with one glance • Quick score: Enter scores right on the spot • Set rosters: Quickly add people to your team • Media: Share videos, photos and posts For Athletes, Families & Fans: One app keeps them connected to all of their teams. Busy families get the latest schedules and team updates for every athlete in the house, plus a way to give coaches a heads up about practice and communicate with anyone on the team. On top of that, followers enjoy unlimited access to scores & stats, photo/video sharing, and player profiles with complete game-by-game statistics. The smartest way for coaches, athletes, and families to stay connected just got a whole lot better!
SportsEngine Ranking History | Sports
SportsEngine daily app ranking in Sports category for the last 30 days.
SportsEngine Worldwide Rankings | Sports
SportsEngine rankings per country in Sports category.
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