Smart Move Scorer by the Yottabytes
Features a graphic interface, countdown timer, improved app speeds, and an email your results function.
The Yottabytes have been busy learning Java and the iPhone programming interface. They've created the first iPhone FLL and FTC scoring apps.
The yottabytes are a competitive robotics team. They are based out of Summerville, Georgia and compete in the first Tech Challenge. The team is made up of 4 students (Sarah, Michael, Quinton, and Dusty)
Just go to APPS on your iPhone or iTouch and search for "Smart Move Scoring" or visit their sites for more information:
FLL Scoring App Site
FTC Scoring App Site
Check out their fundraiser this year!
They have created an iPhone/iPod touch application for scoring the FLL Smart Move and FTC challenges. FLL is is available on the app store now! FTC coming soon.
FLL Scorer by Claws Robotics
Features a clean data touch interface with running total at top. Very fast.
Claws Robotics met in August of 2008, when we formed our team. Sonal and Aishwarya sent out a message over the NCAFLL group for people interested in forming a team. We got many responses and people came to Sonal’s house. Some people decided that they weren’t ready for the commitment, but our team ended up as what it is today. We went through all the challenges that we faced, and we’re now heading over to the state tournament for Northern California on January 25th, 2009.
Just go to APPS on your iPhone or iTouch and search for "FLL Scorer" or visit their sites for more information:
ScoreKeeper by the Outer Robotics
Features a highly informative wide desktop interface with tons of information.
Our team Outerrobotics has six team members between 4th and 6th grades. We are located in Bethesda, MD. Our team members attend Pyle Middle School, Chevy Chase ES and Bannockburn ES. Outerrobotics got a 2nd place in Programming in last year’s FLL MD state tournament. Our team members have been programming the Iphone for over a year. This is the 2nd year they have offered a free FLL scoring app for the Iphone.
Just go to APPS on your iPhone or iTouch and search for "FLL ScoreKeeper 2009"