Develop a Mobile App so players and parents can use to check schedules
A lot of parents are looking for a quick way to see when their children's games & practices are without having to visit a website.
Blaine Whitfield commented
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Best use of an app is around scheduling, notificaiton of club events and players able to feedback availability. Take a look at Team App. Basic but would be great to have this integrated with Sportspress Pro.
I am planning to build a mobile app for SportsPress.
Do you have any feature requests or ideas ?
Steve Kromer commented
I used the below links as a hack on the calendar pages. Works great for our teams, though!
<b>Subscribe to this calendar using:</b>
<a href="webcal://www.yourwebsite.org/calendar/teama?feed=sp-ical">Apple</a> | <a href="webcal://www.yourwebsite.org/calendar/teama?feed=sp-ical">Outlook</a> | <a href="http://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=www.yourwebsite.org/calendar/teamasp-ical">Google</a>
I feel like this is something a third-party should develop. It would be pretty hard to do this when every site is different and managed outside their ecosystem (unlike a system like Sportsengine that is completely proprietary).
Almost 2 years since this was posted , we could really use that app for Sportpress
You suck Pete
I agree 100% with Che.. RESTful APIs would be awesome.
May not necessarily need an app, just better mobile view functionality. Especially in entering scores.
DeValladolid Oficial commented
Hello, we have a project to make an app fully compatible with SportsPress, if you have programming knowledge in android, you can join us.
Postdata: I do not belong to Themeboy.
I'd also be interested in an app because entering results on mobile is not exactly tidy. Wordpress cut's half the information off the screen as the backend is not mobile friendly.
This could be easy for someone to create if there was a REST API that developers could access