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      • david commented  · 

        It wouldn't matter so much if the site had a MOBILE version. It is unusable on windows phone!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Stuck in Betamax whilst all my team get easy notifications...

      • Chris Schaller commented  · 

        I've been using windows phones for about 8 years now, only thing letting it down is lack of common app support. As a developer I can usually make my own clones of the apps in a week or two as long as there is a good API to program against. Happy to help out for free if you want/need it

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Build it for the 400 million Windows 10 users, make mobile users happy at the same time.

      • Luca commented  · 

        Please for Windows Phone!

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Not the most popular OS but users are most loyal

      • Ramin commented  · 

        Please make a Windows app as well.

        Please, please, please and thank for all the good work.

      • Paul Griffiths commented  · 

        Windows App on the WIndows Store when - if you follow the WIndows 10 hype - you should port with the free Microsoft Tools so on Windows platform ??

        also another ? Around the Coach version - can I add in there Coach stuff for the individual player e.g. what they are working towards - how well they are doing = videos - etc and all with the parental use/consent if U18

      • John Wiese commented  · 

        @Coach Would love to chat about this if you have a minute, please contact me as I have some ideas and I am looking to move my entire club to a new system like yours.

      • AdminCoach (Support Lead, Teamstuff) commented  · 

        Small comment from teamstuff here.

        Lots of good commentary from lots of users - much of which we agree with. If we had unlimited cash, we'd be doing Windows. Promise. In the mean time, we are watching the 'easy port tools' that Microsoft has announced. In theory, these give us the ability to cheaply port our existing apps to the Windows Phone platform.

        If they work as well as we hope, then we'll get a windows phone app out there.

        Adam

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Don't buy into the "market share" BS.. over 8 million WPs sold last year means 8 million potential users. On our team alone there are 6 players that have WP that would be using the app, but suffer with the website version which doesn't allow calendar integration.

      • Jeff commented  · 

        Definitely need this. For apps/services like Teamstuff, its extremely important for EVERYONE on the team to have proper access, otherwise it really doesn't work for the team as a whole. Apps designed for groups to work together need to have all the platforms covered, the gap basically created a weak link for the app. And agreed with below commenter, with Win 10 universal apps as well as the ability to easily port over from Android or iOS, there really won't any excuse to not have an app for Windows/Windows Phone. The current teamstuff webpage does not render for mobile so while it "works", its very cumbersome to use as you have to keep zooming in on areas of the page to see/do anything.

      • james commented  · 

        Windows phone is actually at 8% in australia

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