Dive List provides all the information from the FINA Degree of Difficulty Tables (effective as of Oct 1, 2013) in an easy to use interface. Use it to help craft a dive list for yourself or your diver(s). It also contains a quick score calculator you can use to determine the score of a given dive based on sample judges scores. Mark some of the dives as favorites for quick access.
Connect to divemeets.com to see a dive's history, or to view your own profile.
Coming soon - Dive List Pro - which will allow for tracking multiple lists of dives. Use it to keep track of your 1-meter, 3-meter, and platform lists, as well as Summer League, Junior and Senior USA Diving. Document the score of a given list for history.
See http://www.diverscore.com for a FREE online meet scoring service
Updated DD tables to include flying dives and correct one or two errors.
Ratings and Reviews
A Little Cumbersome But It Works
Recently used to help score a high school dive meet and didn't have the manual diving slide rule available. We used this as a substitute and it worked fairly well. It was a little cumbersome using the rotating dials to input the scores. Score input would have been a little quicker if there was a touch score pad. Not all dives (600 series) are listed so I don't know how useful it would be for a platform event. I would imagine it would also be difficult to use to score a diver if you're sitting in the stands and don't have paper and pencil available because it doesn't total for each diver from round to round. And I agree with others that it should have capability for a larger judge panel. Knocking out the highs and lows slows down the process.
This is such a nice app for calculating which dive is better to do. Either go with the higher dd or higher scores.
I wished you had keep it the other way, because no I have to write down the 5 or 7 scores and knock the high and low before I can know which 3 scores to keep. This stinks.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.