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CheckBilliard App - 07-14-2019, 07:53 AM

I've recently downloaded the free CheckBilliard app and have been working on the free tests and exercises available. I really like the idea of this app. It gives you tests to complete and based on the results of those tests then develops a customized training plan for you. But of course the personalized customization is only included if you pay for the subscription. I'm thinking of taking the plunge on the subscription since I'm enjoying the free tests and exercises that come with registration. Has anyone else here bought the subscription and do you think the app works as well as advertised evaluating your skill level and targeting your weaknesses to improve?
  
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09-28-2019, 02:20 PM

I know this is a couple months old, but do you have any followup feedback on this app?
  
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10-01-2019, 08:11 AM

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I know this is a couple months old, but do you have any followup feedback on this app?
No, Nobody replied and I can't find any reviews online on whether or not this is any good. So I never ended up paying for the subscription. The free tests and exercises are pretty good. But spending $85 for the full subscription is a little much to spend when it seems like no one else has used this and there are so many other free resources for drills and instruction. It also looks like the app hasn't been updated in quite some time as well.
  
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10-01-2019, 11:43 AM

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No, Nobody replied and I can't find any reviews online on whether or not this is any good. So I never ended up paying for the subscription. The free tests and exercises are pretty good. But spending $85 for the full subscription is a little much to spend when it seems like no one else has used this and there are so many other free resources for drills and instruction. It also looks like the app hasn't been updated in quite some time as well.
Thanks, the concept sounds great, but $85 bucks for what is probably snake oil isn't a good idea.
  
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10-04-2019, 07:09 AM

This is for the “Seven Step” Shot Routine.

Videos need more overhead shots.
Graphics showing ball travel work be useful.
Banner description of what is happening.
More camera angles.
Most images are too far away and too low to see.
A script and a lot of editing needs to done.

Slow and Long!

Great idea but not one of the better instruction videos.


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