Sailing Race Starts

Sailing Race Start System by Dan Zwerg

Free Version Released

Posted by on Jan 3, 2015

Free Version Released

I know people like to get things for free! I do too. So I’ve released a free version of Sailing Race Starts to allow people to try it out. The free version contains a limited set of features, but you will surely see how easy it is to run races using this app. I’m sure when you download it and give it a go, you’ll want to get the pro version, which of course, is the ultimate...

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Get Latest Update

Posted by on Jan 2, 2015

Get Latest Update

Be sure to get the latest update to Sailing Race Starts. Many new features are present in the latest update. Here is how to¬†get the updates for your app on Google Play:   Set up automatic updates on your mobile device Open the Google Play Store app . Touch the Menu icon > My Apps. Apps with available updates are labeled “Update.” Select the app you want to update. Touch Menu...

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Pro Version Released

Posted by on Dec 25, 2014

Pro Version Released

I have just release Sailing Race Starts Pro. This version has been packaged better for commercial release and has a few little behind-the-scenes details like what versions of Android it targets, screen sizes, and adds the proper spacing in the app title. I’d like to think that I’m finished with the app, but if there is any way to improve it, I certainly will. Take a...

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Android App Updated

Posted by on Dec 23, 2014

Android App Updated

I have put a huge amount of time into this app! If you’ve already downloaded it, be sure to get the latest update from Google Play. If you haven’t downloaded it yet, you will be delighted with the finished product! It is now as as polished as an app can be, with an easy-to-use interface, perfect countdown clock, automatic power management features to disable and re-enable your screen...

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Android App

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014

Android App

I have just finished writing Sailing Race Starts for Android! It is quite good and features all the starts you could ever think of.

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