SkyPro Swing Trainer 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 2.7 • 3 Ratings
    • Free



A swing trainer for all golfers.

Accurate and easy to use, SkyPro finds swing faults and helps you fix them. Explore your swing with the help of SkyPro's 3D interactive checkpoints. Compare it to your favorite swings and find out what went wrong. Groove your swing and make practice perfect by using SkyPro's practice drills.

A SkyPro device is required to capture your swing and unlock the full functionality of the app.

Even without a SkyPro, you can analyze and compare any shared swing. We invite you to take a peek at the few swings included with the app.

SkyPro is available for order at

What’s New

Version 2.2.2

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Update 2.2.2: bug fixes & stability

Update 2.2.1:

Groove has a new scoring system that now rewards you on both accuracy and consistency! How high of a score can you get?

The purpose of Diagnose Mode is to make it easier for new users to diagnose potential issues with their swing. It uses SkyPro’s existing alert system, but presents the information more directly.

After swinging, the user is walked through their alerts one-by-one. Most alerts are shown with a new 3D Checkpoint Alert Meter, which gives a visual indication of potential swing issues.  A description is also available for each alert and, where possible, a video by Michael Breed. After learning about the alert, a button tap will take you straight to a relevant groove session.

Being able to properly manage groups of swings hasn't always been easy in SkyPro, so we created a new, fully-functional system for organizing them!  By introducing custom folders, improved search, and filtering, you are now able to organize your swing library with efficiency and ease.

The main list of swings can be searched and filtered by scrolling to the top of the library. The search input is interpreted intelligently. For example, if you search for “irons”, SkyPro will return all swings taken with an iron.

Another major addition: folders for swings. These allow swings to be grouped according to the your preference. This is especially useful for instructors, since they can now keep their students’ swings separate. Folders can be created and managed by tapping the folder icon in the navigation bar.

A major theme of this update was to make it easier to find issues in swings.  The new Checkpoint Alert Meter is a part of that goal.  It provides a graphical, 3D representation of an alert.

An alert is supposed to represent a parameter that is outside of a “typical range” of values.  It does not tell you that the parameter is incorrect, merely that it is unusual. Previously, this was reported using text alone, which made it harder to visualize.  The new Checkpoint Alert Meter is meant to provide a more visual and intuitive understanding of the alert. This is done by overlaying a bar in 3D, with green inside the "typical values" range, and orange outside.

SkyPro has now been updated to adapt to the screen size of the device on which it’s running. This results in better looks and improved usability.

This update includes a whole multitude of other fixes and small feature updates! We hope you enjoy.

Ratings and Reviews

2.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

BrooklynDestruction ,

Pretty good. Needs enhancements

This is pretty good. Paired with the swings analyzer it will tell all the useful information without overloading you.

Swing speed, swing path, impact angles and information on what they all mean.

Would like to see swing after impact and the cloud features working tho.

The device itself is very secure and no buttons to mess with while you swing. (Records about 30 swings before requiring a sync with the phone - but you can check your swing anytime).

RaySoong ,

5 Stars!

I cannot wait to use this in summer!

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