Count your lacrosse wall ball reps and throws with the SNYPR app!
With SNYPR, players will be able to count and track their reps - either on the wall or with a teammate. Players will see their progress, track their reps history, and see how they stack up against other lacrosse players from their team, in their region and around the world!
With our new Challenges feature, you will be able to join team and sponsored challenges. Keep making your reps count!
For more information about SNYPR, please visit: http://www.snypr.com
This update contains important stability improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I was using this app to count my reps while playing wall ball, and it was working fine. After about 900 or so, I noticed that the dinging wasn’t happening anymore, so I looked on my phone. The screen had turned off, which is unusual, because it had not turned off at all while playing the whole 900 reps. I turn my phone back on and went back into the app, and none of my progress had been saved. I am kind of ticked off about this, and I want to know if this has happened to anyone else.
Right idea, poor execution
This app would be great, if it counted consistently. It counts about half of the reps you do on the right hand, but if you switch to the left hand it barely counts any of them at all. I don’t know exactly what triggers a rep to be counted, but from my experience the way to get a rep is only be exaggerating the elbow movement greatly. I think a better system might be to simply teach the app the sound of the ball hitting the wall, and then putting your phone next to the wall and every time the app hears that sound it counts a rep. (Kind of like Face ID, how you train your phone to recognize your face, then every time it sees it it unlocks your phone.) The idea is great, but the app executes it poorly and inconsistently.
I really enjoy using this app to count my reps when I play wallball. It's really simple to use. It dings after every 10 reps and lets you know that you've reached 100, 200, etc. I also like being able to see how my number of reps compares to other peoples in my region or around the world. It doesn't ever count 10 reps as 10 reps, but it gets close. I usually get 10 reps counted at 7 or 8. It's gotten better over time and I believe that it will continue to improve. This is a must-have app for lacrosse players!
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- Snypr, Inc.
- 28 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- In-App Purchases
- full access to the app SNYPR
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.