The volume of users asking for iPad was surprising
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
Horse racing fans are becoming more technologically savvy! They are asking for handicapping information to be delivered to their smart phones and tablets. While the horse racing fan base is still dominated by the over-40 demographic group, those horse players are bringing more devices with them to the track and OTB. E-Ponies.com has answered the call with this new iPad app.
E-Ponies for iPad is an attractive, simple app designed for ease of access and use. Subscribers of E-Ponies premium content must log in (once) to access the premium content, but non-subscribers can click straight through to the free content. Users can choose which track's picks to view from the navigation on the left side, and can choose which day's racing to view by using the drop-down menu in the upper right side of the screen.
To view the app on the App Store, search for E-Ponies for iPad or use this direct link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/e-ponies/id742707884?mt=8.
Future releases of the app will include an On-Demand purchase capability for additional tracks, and the new E-Ponies betting line. These features should be available no later than the middle of January. Android version of E-Ponies will also be launched no later than the middle of January.
E-Ponies.com is computer-based handicapping information service. E-Ponies picks are available in the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Louisville Courier-Journal, and Saratoga Springs Saratogian. E-Ponies.com has been online for over fifteen years. E-Ponies.com has multiple apps on the iTunes App Store, including One Click Pony, Exacta Max, and Home Tote Board.