The cloud interface is acccesible at http://player.inout.tennis from any browser: Chrome (recommended), Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge. You are also getting the exact same experience with the Android or iOS app.
Once you start synchronizing your In/Out device with the cloud, you can access all your tennis data. This video shows you everything that is available:
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For each synchronized session, you can view data, add a comment and export in both CSV and JSON format.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Data is ONLY provided for recreational and personal usage. For commercial usage contact email@example.com in order to get pricing information.
In the json export, the shots data is:
The (x/y) position on the court is shown here:
Synchronization between your In/Out device and the cloud can be done in two different ways:
You can associate your phone/PC to the In/Out Hotspot, retrieve the sessions (1), and sync them with the cloud after connecting to the Internet (2)
You can connect In/Out to an Internet Wi-Fi router and sync directly the sessions to the cloud (you need a 2020 firmware)
As shown on the following screenshots, you need to associate your In/Out Net Device with your router in order to get Internet access on the device. Then, you can edit the meta data of the session and launch the synchronization process. The session is going to the cloud directly.
As shown on the following screenshots, first you need to associate your phone or PC to the In/Out Net Device hotspot. In/Out hotspot SSID is named from grand slam winners such as InOut-Kvitova in the example below. Then, you can edit the meta data of the session and launch the synchronization process. The session will be stored on the phone or PC. After getting Internet connectivity back on the phone or PC, you can upload the session to the cloud.