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Click & Track


Click & Track
  • Publisher: POK
  • Genre: Utilities
  • Released: 28 Jun, 2010
  • Size: 1.5 MB
  • Price: $0.99
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Description

Click & Track is a utility that helps with dog training. It combines a dog clicker and with an automatic training log. It also provides features that makes it easy to identify areas where more practice is needed by supporting different sorting criteria and producing trend reports.

Use the sound of the dog clicker to let your dog know that he/she has performed a desired task. Each time the dog does the task you want, click and reward. It is important to repeat and practice the various tasks.

Click & Track keeps track of when tasks are accomplished (based on when you click) and how many times they have been accomplished. It also produces a summary and trending for the last 7 days, so you are on top of your training goals.

As your dog gets more comfortable performing a task, you can begin eliminating the click and start varying when the dog gets a treat. The final goal is to have the dog perform the command with only verbal cues or gestures. Click & Track supports the option to silence the clicker on a per task basis.

Click & Track has a dozen common tasks in its default tracking list, like "sit," "leave it," and "down." You can also add new custom tasks or remove tasks. It also allows you to reset the tracking counters.

What's New in Version 1.1

Thanks to the feedback, a full size clicker is now shown and the app registers tapping of anywhere on the screen

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