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SoloStats TOUCH - the most requested app from volleyball coaches is now here.

SoloStats TOUCH allows you to customize the players and stats you want to take for each drill, activity or match.

Choose any or all players in your roster, then pick from a long list of stats - the same as provided in SoloStats123 or LIVE. Along with some additional stats such as Set Quality from in-system or out-of-system passes.

All stat capture is UNLIMITED and FREE and basic reporting is also built in. Use WebReports to analyze aggregate stats from many drills and practices in any combination you choose.

Take stats for practices, tryouts and matches.

Use TOUCH as a satellite stat taker and merge with SoloStats123 or LIVE match data within WebReports. Use as many TOUCH users as you need to track in-rally touches such as digs, attacks, sets, blocks, serves, receives and free ball passes.

Sync your stats to video and quickly breakdown practice and tryout videos by player and touch using SoloStats VIDEO. Share the video highlights with other coaches, players and parents.

What’s New

Version 1.3.0

- stability fixes and minor improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

VBNE1? ,

SoloStat Touch Practice

I use SoloStat123 and SoloStat Live; so I’m an ardent SoloStat fan. I believe you don’t know what you don’t know unless you measure it. SoloStat is great for matches, but I tried using it for practices, and it just didn’t work; so I gave up. Something was needed for monitoring practices. Frequently I would go to the Apple Store to search for an app for rating my players in drills and games, especially mini-games, etc. But nothing. Finally now there’s SoloStat Touch Practice. And it’s just that—touch the player and the skill rating. Just two touches and the stat for that skill is collected. Kool. Easy. If you’re rating one player over and over, it’s just one touch—the particular skill rating. On the phone it’s super easy and non-intrusive. You don’t need a bulky iPad, ugh. In fact I rarely use my iPad, as I do nearly everything on my phone. I’m a power user.

SoloStat Touch fits the bill for practices and does it very well. It very easy to setup and to use right out of the “box”. In a very short time you’re up and running collecting detailed stats on your players at tryouts, practices or in scrimmages.

If you decide to narrow your evaluation at tryouts or practices to a few players and a few stats to evaluate, you select just the players and the skills you want to evaluate. The order you select the players is the order that they appear in your template and similarly with the rating. You can quickly select a single player in your subset to focus on one at a time by pinning the rating selection to just that single player. So all you do is stat the skill ratings. After you've selected enough stats on that player, deselect her and select another player to evaluate. It's seamless. This is great for a player repeating the same skill sets. For example, during a match a non-playing teammate could just evaluate the receive ratings of her team. Or a mom would stat her libero daughter passing and digging during a match.

You can built a bunch of templates with relevant skills and players that you can duplicate and modify as necessary for another group of players and skills. Or you might duplicate a template to repeat the same skills on a different occasion; so that you can to view how her numbers are improving over time. Unfortunately one can't copy a template to another roster group. However, I find that if I took a screenshot of my skill rating template, then I can easily and quickly recreate the same layout with an entirely different activity selection or team/roster.

With WebReport the stats are accumulated over some or all of your statting seasons, as you may select which sessions to include in the accumulations. The app does all the heavy lifting.

It's intuitive to use—I hate reading directions. I prefer to figure it out. With this app it’s super easy. Also I like an app that if I haven’t used it in a long time, it’s easy to figure out how to use it again without resorting to heroics to get back on task. However after you've mastered the basics it’s recommended that you read the instructions to pick up some nuances that you may have missed or that may make stat taking easier.

I highly recommend Touch Practice. Now there is something that makes statting tryouts and practices, easy. Go for it. VBNE1?

MrIto ,

Solo Stats touch for practice

We were waiting for an app just like this. Solo Stats Touch is a great tool. It gives us the opportunity to measure and evaluate progress in our practice gym and it allows us to do it in real time!

Pocahaveyourspikeupyourass ,

Glitch Fest

This app is the glitchiest stat app ever. Huge delay between taps on screen before cursor reappears, save option has no response, back button works never. Basically it seems like this is in the App Store, but not yet done being built. Crap app for now at least, stay away, don’t waste your time loading your team info, it will just freeze on you.

App Privacy

The developer, Rotate123 LLC, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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