This past weekend, the nearby town of San Pedro celebrated its annual “24 hours of sports” festival, during which a variety of sporting events are conducted over a one-day period. One of the events was a 2km race for the town locals. The Makalu team volunteered to provide timing service using our RaceSplitter product — an iPhone/iPad app used to time sporting events and races.
Yesterday we got a glimpse of the future of race timing, as the Makalu team traveled to Atarfe, Spain to conduct a live demonstration of our new product, RaceSplitter — an iPhone application for race timing.
AYER HEMOS TENIDO UN ANTICIPO DEL FUTURO DEL CRONOMETRAJE DE CARRERAS, al tiempo que el equipo de Makalu viajó a Atarfe, Granada, para llevar a cabo una demostración en vivo de nuestro nuevo producto, RaceSplitter – una aplicación de iPhone para el cronometraje de carreras.
Last week, after seven months of design and development, we launched RaceSplitter, a high quality race timing application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. (It will also run on an iPad, in 2x mode; although, we are planning on a native version for the iPad as well.)
The application can record split times on multiple lap races, and has an innovative timing interface that provides three timing modes concurrently — the timing of a single racer, a group of racers or a sub-group.
In its first day in the AppStore, the application was the fourth highest grossing application of the day, in the sports category, and so we couldn’t be happier about its reception so far.
More news about the application will be coming soon. In the meantime, follow @racesplitter on Twitter, if you’re interested in keeping up with the application. You can also visit either of the following: