March 15, 2011 in Reference (E)
[prMac.com] Casper, Wyoming - Whether you are a reining horse competitor or a spectator, iRein will quickly become one of your favorite apps. iRein is great for spectators who enjoy watching the sport of reining, but need to understand and follow along with the patterns they are watching. And if you are a competitor then no doubt you have a copy of the NRHA handbook sitting on the dashboard of your pickup truck. The trouble is, it's probably fading in the sun as you read this. Not to mention, riding horseback with your copy of the handbook in your back pocket has left the pages wrinkled and barely readable.
Experience the luxury of having the information that means the most to you right on your favorite handheld device. And did we mention the color-coded breakdown of pattern maneuvers? That's right, the maneuvers of each pattern are easily identified by a unique color. Left spins are always colored green, right rollbacks are yellow, and left circles brown. Instead of the entire pattern appearing in black, this system of division is meant to help with memorization, resulting in an overall better understanding of each maneuver. The more one understands the pattern, the better one will perform in competition.
For each maneuver, a custom note can be added by the user. So, for instance, if you have several horses you are training at the same time, you can write a note to help you remember to work on a certain aspect of a particular maneuver. Get ready to win your next competition with the help of iRein. The developer welcomes feedback from users, and is committed to making iRein the best iPhone application to reference the NRHA patterns.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later (iOS 4.2 Tested)
* 4.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iRein 1.0 is $1.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Reference category. Promotional codes for review purposes are available upon request.
Justin Hackett was on his way toward a promising rodeo career, when a bronc fell on him, crushing his spine in a hundred pieces. He was dying of shock but was life-flighted to Salt Lake City, where doctors were able to stabilize him and repair his spine using custom-built rods. They did not know whether he would ever regain the ability to walk; but Justin not only regained the ability to walk, he also summitted the highest mountain in Wyoming, Gannett Peak. Justin believes in working hard to achieve one's goals. He is a self-taught developer and owner of Justin Hackett Productions, a small software development company specializing in applications for the iPhone located in Casper, Wyoming, USA. Copyright (C) 2010 Justin Hackett. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.