Chip Reader Android updated

The ChipReader app for Android did not work on 64 bit Android. There was a bug with different data formatting between the 32 bit (which worked also on 64 bit smartphones) and 64 bit versions. This has now been fixed. This update is now available in the Google Play Store. If your smartphone will not find it automatically, then just search for SportSoftware. Click on it to install.

OE12 published

Now it becomes true! OE12 is available!

OE12 had already been delivered “silently” to new OE customers since December 2020 with version 12.0. Now that we got back a quite normal situation with organising O events, it can be published in the new version 12.1. I used the time to implement feedbacks from V.12.0, as well as to implement exiting new features, see below.

The SportSoftware V12 has a new reengineered framework and a new modernized user interface (UI). Nevertheless, SportSoftware users of previous versions will get accustomed to the new UI very quickly, since all user functions can be found in similar places.

The most important functional improvements of the SportSoftware V.12.1 are

  • The support of up to 192 controls per chip or course
  • The new ChipReader apps which allow to read chips at smartphones or Windows PCs and transfer them to OE12 (soon also OS12 and OEScore) by a wireless connection
    Read more details on the ChipReader page.
  • The automatic detection and setup of chip devices
  • Live Results on multiple screens
  • Support of multiple monitors with different resolutions

Watch the slide show at the top to get an impression how the SportSoftware V12 looks like!

Read more details on the OE12 page. Click on the Downloads button and download the OE12 V.12.1 setup or the PDF handbook as a first step! Just try it! As usual, the download works as trial version as long as you don’t have a valid OE12 license.
Updates can be ordered through the Online shop or from the author directly.