A measurement app for the sports sector (e.g., golf, tennis, cycling) provides users with access to statistics and performance metrics that are relevant to their sport. A measurement app may feature customizable statistics that track different types of data over time to help athletes improve their game or meet specific goals.
Measurement apps are broadly related to other fitness apps, but may have additional features for tracking exercise routines, dieting regimens, or other types of physical activity. Strava is a popular measurement app that many cyclists use on a daily basis.
App containing a grid set up on the screen displaying where a golf ball ends up. Each grid is a certain measurement and the app will calculate how far the ball is.
A measurement app can increase its user base within the sports sector by offering features that appeal to different types of users. A measurement app should allow users to track their own progress, share their results with their coaches, and compare their results against other players in the same league or tier.
A sports measurement app faces legal and regulatory risks associated with the implementation of a software as a service platform. The implementation of a SaaS platform requires adherence to strict data privacy and security standards, as well as compliance with the terms of service requirements related to the application. It is also important to maintain a clear policy outlining your liability for false positives and other innocent errors that might arise from the implementation of your app.