• Game and Player analysis
  • Easy Tag
  • Time Motion
  • Data exported as .csv

Easy Tag  – (FREE!)



With EasyTag, notational analysis comes to the iPad. Start the timer at the beginning of the game then a fully customizable tagging panel is used to time-stamp the key performance indicators (KPI) of your sport and display instant statistics of their frequencies.

EasyTag creates a .csv file which can be further analyzed by spreadsheet software or tagged events can be related to a video recording by import into Dartfish video analysis software (TeamPro and Connect+ editions).

EasyTag’s panel can contain from 9 to 30 buttons each of which can be set to time stamp a fixed, user-defined duration which allows a single button tap to record an event. Buttons can also be set to be open duration which is ideal for recording the length as well as frequency of phases of play. Buttons can be labeled and color-coded. Optionally, buttons can also display frequencies and have variable color-coding according to frequency; giving instant visual feedback on your KPI.

* Create custom panels with up to 30 buttons
* Color code buttons for easy identification
* Optional time stamping of fixed or open duration periods
* Pre-roll setting allows you to assess an event before deciding to tag it
* Statistics display and heat-map color coding
* Creates a CSV file which can be imported into other computer applications
* Dartfish Quick Import easily integrates your notational analysis with video.

TimeMotion  –  (FREE!)


TimeMotion takes the hassle out of time-motion studies. For sport science or coaching students, doing a time-motion study can be a
real chore. TimeMotion allows you to record the activity profile of any sportsperson live during the event, or now you can analyse an existing video stored in your photo library. Use the activity categories that ship with the app or choose your own. You can even turn categories on and off as and when you need to. 

To save the data just take a screenshot (press the Home and Sleep buttons at the same time), or email the results via the Share button. Coaches can even use TimeMotion to track the time in possession of the ball and the frequency of possessions for their team or individual players.