Earlier this week, the iTunes App store approved the latest release of VolleyWrite for the iPad (3.1), and today we have released the latest version of VolleyWrite for WIndows (version 3.1.13) on our website. These versions include the new lineup entry into lineup diagrams matching what the coaches submit, which we think will eliminate lineup problems for your matches. (Yay!)
We want you to have the best scoring experience ever!
Come to booth 400 at the AVCA Convention at the Century Link Convention Center! Not only will we share with you all of the new features we have built into VolleyWrite(like predictive assistance and the new USAV rules), but you can join our mailing list and get registered for a free Lenovo Windows tablet!!!
The Lenovo tablet has 2 Gb of RAM, 64 Gb of storage and Windows 10 Home operating system.
The winner also receives a free one-year license of VolleyWrite for Windows! It doesn’t get any better than that! (ok – if we could get you a spot at the scoring table for the NCAA semi-finals and final match, but we can’t…).
If you look at the score sheet below, the answer to “Why VolleyWrite?” is self-evident. Aside from the readability and penmanship, notice that the substitutions overflowed (not the scorer’s fault), incorrect substitution information was entered on the right (since when can #1 sub in for #1?) and there are no tic marks to indicate whether the correct player served. VolleyWrite formats the score sheet to always be readable and would not have recorded the substitution incorrectly. In fact, it would have prevented an illegal substitution.