PlayMaker Pro

PlayMaker Pro

By Bruce Williams

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2016-12-18
  • Current Version: 5.0.15
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 15.11 MB
  • Developer: Bruce Williams
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.9 or later.


This version of PlayMaker Pro draws plays for American Football (22 players per team) Only. You can view existing PlayMaker Pro documents with this version. The capability to create and edit documents is available as an in application purchase. You can try out the editing features before you purchase. You will need to purchase Document Editing to save your work, print, export your drawings or export video presentations. PlayMaker Pro is used by thousands of football teams worldwide to produce playbooks, handouts and presentations at all levels from the Pros down to youth leagues. PlayMaker Pro users create precise drawings on scale size fields that look more professional than what they can draw by hand. They save time by reusing their work. PlayMaker Pro from the Macintosh App Store is licensed to an Apple ID. Document Editing also enables the ability to export presentations as MPEG-4 video files. Hook up your TV to your Mac to produce video presentations with player notes, play animations, scribbles, video and your voice. Your video can be uploaded to your favorite web based video distribution system. You will need Mac OS X version 10.11.x or newer to export presentation videos. PlayMaker Pro documents can be transferred from this Macintosh version to the iPad version using iTunes, iCloud Drive or by attaching to an email. PlayMaker Pro has been produced by BW Software in Ann Arbor Michigan since 1990. This is the latest version based on Apple's current development tools.



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    By klkjnjkm
  • Some much needed functionality

    By CoachDB1
    Love the app, but it would be nice to be able to add shapes... For example I'd like to be able to add circles, or squares, and shade them, to visually represent the coverage zone my DBs are responsible for. Or from an offensive perspective who the read is, etc. Being able to also insert an extra player and possible shading them to represent the different areas the RB may line up in is easier than drawing up 3 distinct different formations where only one single players alignment changes.
  • Only 1 concern...

    I have the 4.5 version with about 1000+ plays. Now that I have bought the 5.0 version, how do I go about converting my 4.5 to 5.0 version? Because as of right now, I can only open up my 4.5 version with my 4.5 playmaker pro and I can only open up the new version with the new 5.0 version. Please help!
  • free program but you need to buy a $100 ad on to use

    By Chad Clips
    trash. Cant do anything without buying a $100 editing ad on to create a play. LAME!