Swish Counter 4+

Your Practice Stats on Watch

Patrick Meyer

    • 4.7 • 27 Ratings
    • $9.99


Works great with Apple Watch Ultra 2, Ultra, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, and SE

Become a better basketball player with Swish! Swish makes tracking practice stats simple. Track your shooting percentage right on your Apple Watch during a workout. Stop counting shots in your head! Works with 18 sports!

Large, easy to tap buttons are designed to record your make or miss at a glance. View your shooting percentage instantly. Improve court vision, see where to take your next shot, and refine your basketball moves with paths…all from your wrist!

Workout Modes
• Relaxed mode: no time limit, endless shots
• Countdown: play under pressure to make that final shot at the buzzer
• Paths: Swish builds you workouts with randomly generated shot spots & paths
• Numbered Shots: choose the number of shots for each workout to consistently track your performance over time
• Shot spots: make a specific shot better - like 3 pointers, layups, jump shots, and free throws by marking your shot spot right on your watch
• Choose your three point line: High School, College, International, and Pro
• Easily change workout mode by rotating Digital Crown

• View your real-time shooting percentage on your Apple Watch during practice
• View 2D stats on your iPhone

• Tracks your heart rate
• Integrated with Health app
• Make each exercise count towards your Activity Energy and Workouts with HealthKit

More Features
• Dictate a note during your workout
• “Hey Siri, start a basketball workout in Swish”
• Swish tracks stats for 18 sports: Basketball, Soccer, Bowling, Golf, Tennis, Volleyball, Rugby, Football field goal, Baseball strike zone, Ice Hockey, Field Hockey, Lacrosse, Cricket, Handball, Water Polo, Badminton, Table Tennis, Archery, and general target practice.

• Buy the app, that’s it!
• No monthly fees, no ads
• Unlimited shots
• Pro level features

• Just you and your Apple Watch

What’s New

Version 1.9

Huge update!
• Apple Watch Series 7 now supports 18 sports!
• Customize your Swish colors to match your favorite team (millions of colors)
• iOS 15 or newer is required to take advantage of deliciously responsive Stats
• Completely rewrote iOS app from the ground up, paving the way for even more incredible new features coming soon
• Light & Dark modes look delightfully crisp
• See your stats in landscape
• New 2D option efficiently sips energy
• AR, some 3D stats, and some prior features need more time to cook and are not present in this update, stay tuned for their return
• For the first time there’s now Settings for Swish on iOS and they are beautifully simple, yet powerfully purposeful on Apple Watch
• Example data is displayed on iOS on first launch, demonstrating what the app can do for users who don’t have an Apple Watch
• Apple Watch Series 1 and Apple Watch Series 2 no longer receive updates to Swish, they had a good run, you are able to download a compatible version

watchOS 8.0 or newer is required for Swish on:
Apple Watch Series 7
Apple Watch Series 6
Apple Watch SE
Apple Watch Series 5
Apple Watch Series 4
Apple Watch Series 3

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

Dog551 ,

Best app ever!!

I use this app to improve my shooting skills for basketball and it really is quick and easy to use. The only thing is that in the phone you can't view any stats and that would be a great addition but other than that it is the best Money spent on an app!👏

Edit: I love the new stats and still love the app. The only suggestion I have is to have a goalie option. A lacrosse or soccer goalie would benefit from seeing where they need to work on their saves

Developer Response ,

Update: Swish can now send stats to your iPhone and it’s awesome, I hope you enjoy the update!

I created Swish to help me get better at basketball and I'm happy to hear it helps you too.
Thanks for your review!

Cjmar ,

Works well except heart rate and health integration

The app works ok except I cannot get the heart rate and health integration to work. I have Swish as a data source in the health app but it does not show any data. The heat rate reading is also hit or miss. It is possible that the phone needs to be connected at all times to the phone for the heart rate to work, but I am not sure. I have done 7 workouts and none of them were transferred to the health app. Hopefully things will get fixed in the next update.

Update: Dear Patrick, thanks for getting back to me. I checked and the heart rate and workout settings are enable in the health app privacy settings. I tried all sorts of different ways to get the app to transfer date to the health app but it does not work. I really like your app and I hope you can resolve these issues in future updates.

Developer Response ,

On your iPhone, check to make sure that Heart Rate and Workouts are enabled in the Settings app > tap Privacy > tap Health > tap Swish. Let me know if that was the issue. Swish does not currently implement Health integration to its fullest potential. I am hard at work on version 1.7 which adds stats to the iPhone app. Expect much improved health support in the next one or two updates.

.Cho ,

Simple and nice on watch

I enjoy shooting a basketball by myself in the gym. I use this app to keep track of made and missed shots. It’s simple and does exactly what I need it to. The large buttons make it easy to keep this information without interrupting my shooting. Despite a nice selection of other features, all I need is shots made, shots missed, and percentage and this nails it. (Just wish I could keep the display on all the time while using.)

Developer Response ,

Thank you for a great review. The features you mentioned are the core of what I first envisioned years ago. I work hard on adding cool new features all the time, but those core features are what it’s all about! Fun fact, there was a feature on an earlier version of watchOS that allowed the display to remain on, it felt like I was one with my Apple Watch while shooting hoops, I loved it! Apple has since removed that feature, probably for battery performance reasons, hopefully something like that will return to watchOS some day.

App Privacy

The developer, Patrick Meyer, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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