These apps are far and few between. What are you using for logging runs? I've had "Track Buddy" on my phone for a few years, but since my budget is in the crapper these past few years, I haven't used it yet. I was going to upgrade it once I started using it, if I liked it. But now, the app site is no longer so I can't buy the full version.
I am not worrying about WiFi at the track. Heck I would settle for a speaker system that works and or radio that works so you can hear when they call you.
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I'll stick with a pen and a log book. I'm with Curly, have a PA or radio system that works and a timing system that works with a printer where I can read the time slip and have all of the incremental times and I'm good.
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the app site is no longer... I used to have a PC program...
One thing you can hang your hat on is programs and especially phone apps will come and go like the weather. So your formats and specific info will forever be in a state of flux and very hard to compare. I do like the go on line for your time slip concept.
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