A comprehensive demo/tutorial comes later. For now, please check the screenshots with some comments.
There are four operational modes:
After the installation you see two completed Grand Slam finals in the list:
These two entries may give you an idea how your statistics may look like.
You can create your own matches with Menu ⇨ New match:
If you click on one of the matches you will see statistics, recorded in "Full stats" mode:
...and another screen:
However if you decided to keep the score in "Only score" mode, you would see significantly less statistics:
With Statistics menu you can either send full statistics report (normally per email) or share the short score information (email, sms, twitter, ...):
Lookup names quickly from your contact book. All possible match scoring configurations are supported (Grand Slam rules, Davis Cup rules, WTB rules etc.):
"Only score" mode is very simple mode where you can just keep the score with two buttons:
Using "Full stats" mode you can keep much more statistics data. However, operating in this mode requires concentration on the game.
Basically, for each point you do two inputs:
So, now Soderling is on serve:
Each service can end in three ways:
While waiting for the service keep your thumb slightly over "In court" button, as this would be your most frequent input. This button is that big and is positioned to the bottom of the screen because we don't want to distract you from watching the game while trying to find this button with your eyes in the case when the ball was played in.
So, now the ball was served in court, and as a next step we have to enter how the point was finished.
It can be either a:
The difference between Unforced and Forced errors is relative and the choice is always subjective. Rule of thumb: if you doubt, then it was probably a forced error.
Optionally you can also enter whether the player was on the net or on the baseline (default).
So after a while the score board can look like that:
With the menu you can undo and redo points, switch to View statistics or rotate the screen if you like:
This is how a landscape-rotated screen looks like: