Coachs's Eye is a very popular app for iPhone, Android and Windows. And as of yesterday, it's now available for Windows Phone. Coach's Eye is a video analysis app for all kinds of athletes. You use the app to perfect moves like your golf swing or your squat form.
Serious competitors will want to check out Coach's Eye. You're able to get instant feedback when training thanks to the various features within the app. Here's what we get with the first release of Coach's Eye for Windows Phone:
VIDEO CAPTURE AND IMPORT
- Record video.
- Import video from your device, email, or other apps.
INSTANT VIDEO ANALYSIS
- Slow-motion video review is easy using our flywheel for precise video scrubbing.
- Zoom and pan videos during analysis to see the details that matter.
- Draw on videos using lines, arrows, circles, squares, and freehand tools.
- Compare and analyze two videos.
- Create videos that include audio commentary, annotations, and slow-motion.
SIMPLE VIDEO SHARING
- Text Message
- Device storage
- Other Apps like OneDrive
- Use Coach's Eye on the big screen for optimal video analysis in a group setting. (Uses TV / projector through an HDMI connection.)
- Free online account gives you web access to videos you have shared or liked.
Coach's Eye is sitting in the Windows Phone Store with a solid 4.5 star average review out of 56 reviews. Looks like people are digging the app so far.
If you've been waiting for Coach's Eye to drop on Windows Phone now is your chance to get it cheap too. Until October 8, it's just $1.99 in the Windows Phone Store. No trial, but you're probably going to want this app if you're a coach or someone with a serious athletic hobby. It is a Universal app, so buy it for $1.99 and you get it on Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 Since Windows Phone doesn't have a trial, take it for a spin on Windows 8.1 to see what the app is about. On Windows Phone, it doesn't work on phones without a front-facing camera or with 512 MB.
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