Developer: Pachyderm Software

Current Version: 3.5.4

Last Updated: 1 year ago

Download Size: 4.9 MB - Download


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Since it's release into the Mac App Store, Statbook has been at the top of the charts in the Sports category every week.

Statbook is a statistics tracking and publishing tool for Mac OS X. With Statbook, users can easily track statistics for any sport and includes built-in templates for baseball, softball, basketball, football, volleyball and soccer.

One of Statbook's key features is its extensive customization. With virtually unlimited input categories, users can create a file that suits their specific needs and track the statistics that are important to their teams and philosophies. Reports are also highly customizable and each template comes with numerous built-in reports that help you get started. After the initial setup, you are literally one button click away building your HTML files to send via Email or publish on the Internet.

Statbook is as simple as you want, yet can be as powerful as you need. It's a great way for managers, coaches, parents, and fans to stay up-to-date with how their players are performing.

Here are a few additional features available in Statbook:

* iPhone App Import/Save support
* Built-in FTP access to upload files directly from Statbook
* Instantaneous Report generation (i.e., no progress bar when generating reports)
* Customizable input interfaces (Roster, Games, Statistics) for faster data entry
* Report customization allows for adding, editing, or removing of fields
* Custom fields can be a function of any input stats (e.g., create a field called 'Total Pitches' which adds input fields of 'Balls' and 'Strikes')
* Import/Export reports to a file to share with others or import into another application (e.g., Excel or Numbers)
* Statbook offers free templates for Basketball and Soccer but is customizable to create files for any sport


Release Notes:

Fixed random Database 19 errors


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.5.3
Review by Beth Williams

Not a good choice - I wish I could get my money back. The two reviews were for baseball and I thought maybe volleyball would be easier, but it's not. Save yourself the 20 buck and use excel. It's difficult to use and doesn't do anything different than excel would. At least I don't have enough time to spend on it. Can I ask for a refund??

Found helpful by 31 out of 34 people