The SwimHero RA App costs $7.99 on the App Store-Once SwimHero RA is purchased you can create as many swimmer profiles as you want, load videos from the camera roll, do the stamping and look at the resulting data produced. Included with this purchase is the ability to save 10 stamped swims with the video to view and compare (with other saved swims on your iPad) at any time.
Upgrade to Unlimited Swims $39.99- Unlock unlimited swims via a one-time, in-app purchase to stamp and save swims so you can view and compare them at any time. The only limit is the storage space on your iPad.
SwimHero RA+ $41.99
Click here to go to SwimHero RA+ on iTunes
For those users who want to purchase SwimHero RA and go straight to unlimited swims we offer SwimHero RA+. This purchase eliminates the need to purchase the SwimHero RA app and then make an in-app purchase for unlimited swims combining them to one purchase, perfect for university swim teams using Apples volume purchase program (VPP).
A SwimHero RA cloud membership can be purchased to upload and share swims- Cloud purchases can be made after purchasing SwimHero RA OR SwimHero RA+
8 gb= $11.99/month (between 75 and 150 swims*)
100 gb= $99.99/year (between 750 and 1500 swims*)
PLEASE NOTE, HAVING A CLOUD ACCOUNT DOES NOT GIVE YOU UNLIMITED SAVES ON YOUR DEVICE. YOU MUST STILL MAKE AN IN-APP PURCHASE FOR UNLIMITED SWIMS (IF USING SWIMHERO RA)
Having a cloud membership allows you to upload any of your swims (video plus data) to the cloud and share them with anyone on your friends list (who is also a cloud member). You can log onto your cloud account from any iPad that has SwimHero RA and download swims to that iPad as well as the swims from anyone on your friends list. Swim teams (whether it be schools or clubs) could use one cloud account giving everyone within the team access to the cloud while giving coaches the opportunity to see a tremendous amount of data. The end result is a swim library everyone on the team (or anyone who is friends with the team) will have access to.
*Regarding the team scenario above users uploading swims to the cloud would not have complete control over the swims they have uploaded (anyone with access to this account would be able to delete swims). To maintain complete control users would need their own cloud account.