Glad you got it Ed. I wouldn't say it's easier. It's for sure easier on the app compared to the computer. If you can remember all of your shots, it's really not that hard. Biggest challenge would be if your can remember pin locations and yardages.
For me, it may be a round to round decision. Some days I won't want to mess with my phone after each shot. That being said it's not that hard to go back and edit if you mess a shot or a hole.
Both I and my son have logged numerous rounds with the old app using a Microsoft Band to automatically enter data. It generally works well with every swing or chip shot, and suprisingly gets most putts registered. It will not recognize putts shorter than 2-feet or so - they need to be added manually either with the watch or later. It may also add strokes if you take a practice stroke in heavy rough. Also, to get all of the data 'perfect', the round needs to be edited later to enter what clubs were used for each swing and to set exact flag locations. I'll try the new app over the weekend.
I would like to read thoughts/opinions of others using the Band vs a phone or the like - personally I could not use this app without a device that automatically knows you've hit the ball.
Many thanks for helping with the beta testing, the apps for both iOS and Android have now officially been launched and are available in the respective stores:
Thank you for the update this thread. It's helpful.
Does not work with Samsung Galaxy watch. This App worked for one round at my home club and was the dogs dangglies. However, it has not picked up the GPS signal at the same course since..... Surely an app like this should work with all the latest tech ? Despite asking if I have done the most recent a