Shot Pad

Shot Pad


The SHOT PAD Interactive app is for pool and billiard players to take notes easily. They can drag the balls onto the table, and then use their finger to draw on the screen. After that, they can save the screen to their Photo Gallery for later viewing.

App permissions include saving to memory on device to take screen capture.

- shotpad (http://www.shotpad.com)

Recent changes:
- Added Undo/Erase button
- Added balls 10-15
- Added a set of semi transparent balls to show object ball end position
- Updated physics engine so balls are easier to drag
- Added diamonds all around the table
- Ball scaling on drag
- Fasted physics engine
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
84
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
4003 kb
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About Shot Pad
The SHOT PAD Interactive app is for pool and billiard players to take notes easily. They can drag the balls onto the table, and then use their finger to draw on the screen. After that, they can save the screen to their Photo Gallery for later viewing.

App permissions include saving to memory on device to take screen capture.

- shotpad (http://www.shotpad.com)

Recent changes:
- Added Undo/Erase button
- Added balls 10-15
- Added a set of semi transparent balls to show object ball end position
- Updated physics engine so balls are easier to drag
- Added diamonds all around the table
- Ball scaling on drag
- Fasted physics engine

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 25, 2014
Very nice app its use full..thanks somebody made it..
A Google User
Jul 6, 2014
Glad somebody made this. I thought of it but knew there was one or there. Needs some additions to make it better but is awesome!!! Like the ghost balls but I think there are about 5 things that need to be added. Awesome idea though.
A Google User
Jan 15, 2014
If you play pool this is a must have. I love this app. I can use it to explain a shoot or to remember a shoot I missed so I can practice it later. The best part is its free.
A Google User
Nov 24, 2013
Suuuuuuuuuperrrrrrrr Nice
A Google User
Sep 14, 2013
A pen and paper is better