Statto: Ultimate Frisbee Stats 4+

Track and analyze your team‪!‬

Samuel Rayner

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 27 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Statto lets you track and analyze stats for your Ultimate team.

Detailed pitch-level tracking:
Tap out passes on the pitch as they happen to record assists, turnovers, blocks and more. Record more detail than ever with less effort than tallying on paper. No video footage from a muddy battle on Pitch 14? No problem. Review games back at home by scrolling through the Play By Play and see everything drawn on the pitch.

Get real-time insights:
Quickly switch views during a time-out to see live stats for the game you are tracking. Pitch heatmaps, pass completion rate, scoring efficiency percentages and more can help you make informed tactical decisions on the sideline.

Simplify player selection:
During half-time, check how players are performing to gauge their pitch-time. Filter players by how many points they've played to see who needs to get on and who's being overworked.


Try the app free for 2 weeks then, if you like it, unlock everyone with a one-off purchase. Track game stats for as many teams and players as you like!

What’s New

Version 1.6.9

Fixed a crash when purchasing the trial or full version.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Dmtuchman ,

Outstanding app

I love using this app more than others as it keeps track of touches and more advanced analytics than some of the other apps.

My only grievance is a minor one, that there is no same line option when selecting which players are out there. While it’s not major, it definitely affects the quality of life for the app.

Otherwise, great work on the app!

Developer Response ,

Thank you! Glad you like the app. Good idea, I’ll add that to the to-do list. In the meantime, player groups might get you half way there?

bleeehhh^_^ ,

A little bit too smart for its own good

In theory, this app was everything that I wanted as an ultimate coach. In practice, it is just a bit too many moving parts for me to keep track of everything. I think if you had a dedicated statistician on the sideline then it would be perfect. In my case, I’m trying to pay attention to my team and what they need rather than who specifically threw every throw.

I don’t usually rate apps at all, but I wanted to rate this one because it’s something that I want to succeed. It’s a great idea, but I think it just needs to keep the average Ultimate coach working alone in mind. In an app, I want to be able to keep track of playing time, lines, score, and potentially mark basic stats like goals, D’s, assists. You can do all of those things in this app, but requiring you to basically play the whole entire game out with your thumbs I think takes it a step too far.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for taking the time to leave a review! Agreed, live tracking is definitely designed for an assistant coach, injured player or supporter who is willing to help. Pass-by-pass is supported because the basic stats you mention need context to be really helpful. Imagine comparing two players, both with 3 turnovers, but one made 50 passes and the other made 5.

If you're a one-person team (as I know a lot of coaches are) you can still:
a) Film your games and then track them once you're back home.
b) Track only the throw or two that lead to a score.

With b), much of the feedback Statto gives will be skewed (as calculations are relative to total touches) but you'll at least get the basic stats you mention for goals, blocks, and assists.

I hope that helps! Thanks for using the app. Any further questions please drop me an email: hello [at]

Outerim ,

Good but could use some love

Seems like this app isn’t really getting much love from the devs anymore which is a shame. As it stands it’s quite useful and pretty intuitive to use during a game. I wish there were more stats, for ex it’s perfectly positioned to track puller stats like distance, hang time, and ob/ib.

In reviewing a game I can’t seem to figure out how to see more than either the pass leading to a turnover or the two passes before a goal. I’d like to be able to visualize that all a little better.

I hope the developer keeps making this app better because it shows tons of promise already.

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