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iSwing iPhone App analyses your golf swing

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January 5, 2010

iSwing iPhone App analyses your golf swing

iSwing iPhone App analyses your golf swing

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The advent of ever-more sophisticated software being at our immediate disposal via smart phones will continue to transform our lives in many ways, some we probably haven't even considered prior to now. The USD$5.99 iSwing iPhone application allows users to record their golf swing on video and replay it frame-by-frame in slow motion and analyze their flaws by drawing lines over their screen to make sure they’re “on-plane.” This swing analysis application represents remarkable value, given that professional swing analysis usually costs USD$60 a visit. Coming soon on Android too.

The creation of mobile software company, Keuminotti, iSwing also creates sequence photos like Golf Digest centerfolds that can be used as a virtual reference, or that you can share with friends via Facebook Connect. The iSwing sells for $5.99 and is offered for the iPhone 2G, 3G & 3GS.

After 8 months of research, development, and beta testing, the iSwing hit the App Store this August. Since it’s debut, the iSwing has already broken into the top 5 most downloaded apps in Japan Sports and stands currently at #1 in Korea Sports.     “The success we’ve seen in Asia is translating well to the US where golf can be an expensive pastime. Professional swing analysis can cost an average of $60 per visit. And for the price of a bucket of range balls, one can analyze their swing on a device they already carry in their pocket…”, says Charlie Keum, CEO and Founder of iSwing.

Note that iSwing is also the name of a Toyota Personal Mobility Concept.

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2 Comments

This the worst app. do not wast your money.

Paco Roca
3rd February, 2010 @ 06:05 pm PST

I completely disagree with the rubbish comment from Paco Roca Rodgriguez. The app is actually quite good, compared to the other apps that try to do the same thing. I've tried several others, and they were quite confusing and hard to use. Being that I work for Apple, i would say that this app was very good.

A must buy for sure. watch out for imitations.

Ted Stevens
13th February, 2010 @ 06:04 pm PST
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