In basketball, a shot clock encourages a fast pace of play.
Run your own shot clock on your iPhone or iPad.
Includes rule sets for NCAA, NBA, and FIBA so that you can easily reference them.
"Recall Last" if you accidentally tap Reset.
iOS 13 Compatibility
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I run the shot clock for a NCAA D3 school. Our shot clock / scoreboard system locked up during the Women’s game and the officials decided to continue the game with me using a stopwatch and the PA announcer announcing the times as the game went on. Unfortunately there wasn’t an extra stopwatch to use, so I had to use the stopwatch my iPhone. We made it through the Women’s game, but I struggled to keep up since my stopwatch app counts up and a shot clock counts down (my math skills are terribly slow), and also keep an eye on whether the ball hit the rim / flange or not. Before the Men’s game started, I found this app. It was unbelievable how smooth the Men’s game went with using this app. I was able to easily let the PA announcer / officials know how much time was left, quickly reset to 30 or 20 seconds, and also recall the last time. This app actually worked a lot better than our normal shot clock! Even though I believe the NCAA rule book says you can’t use a mobile device for timing (desperate times!), I highly recommend this app to anyone who needs to run an NCAA shot clock.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.