Sports Handicapping Service Upping The Ante With Software Upgrades.

Share Article has set a new standard for online sports handicappers by unveiling a suite of new software features. Buying sports picks on the Internet has never been easier or safer.

Sports handicappers traditionally sold their analysis of upcoming games over the phone, and were slow to adapt to the demands of the online market. With the launch of software tools such as the picks calendar, however, has officially ushered in sports handicapping to the Internet age.

"Our goal is to improve the client's experience," explains Mycapper spokesman, Marc Weinberg. "The process of buying sports handicapping information should be as simple and intuitive as possible."

Unfortunately, many sports handicapping websites are difficult to navigate, cluttered with hundreds of links and banners, and it's very hard to find the information you want when you want it.

"Mycapper provides a variety of solutions for our clients, enabling them to search for sports picks by sport, by day, by cost, or by handicapper."

In addition, Mycapper's unique personalized client homepage allows its members to track their picks and access them whenever they like. Mycapper members can also see at a glance vital information such as their credit balance, latest results of most recent picks, and archives that list every pick posted on the site.

Mycapper's software not only improves ease of use, but also empowers clients ensuring a safe and secure experience. All sports picks sold on the website are guaranteed, so that clients are never charged for picks that lose. All sports picks are archived and documented, and can be viewed at any time by anyone who visits Mycapper.

ABOUT MYCAPPER: is an innovative online sports handicapping service that provides free picks and guaranteed picks for all major sports events on a daily basis. Handicappers represented on Mycapper include Marc Lawrence, Al McMordie, and Larry Ness. You can learn more at

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