iTarget Pro

iTarget Pro

By Joe Jenius Inc.

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2016-09-07
  • Current Version: 1.6.10
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 7.06 MB
  • Developer: Joe Jenius Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 162 Reviews)
  • Price:
iTarget Pro App Ratings: 3.5
Total 162 Reviews

iTarget Pro App Description

The iTarget Pro app is designed to work with the iTarget firearm training system available from our website. Be sure to check out the instructional video on our website. The app allows you to use your phone to monitor a paper target for hits from the iTarget laser bullet. The iTarget system allows you to safely practice dry-fire training while perfecting the fundamentals of firearm shooting and marksmanship. The iTarget Pro app makes dry-fire training more fun by keeping score and displaying your shot placement while you are shooting. It also allows you to save your final results to your camera roll for sharing with your friends or friendly competition. Dry fire practice is used by the FBI, the US military, police departments and competitive shooters. Dry-fire practice is recommend by most firearm instructors and is used extensively by professional marksman because it allows you to get more practice time in without the expense of range time. To use the app, select the game mode you wish to play. At this time, only Bullseye is available. Next, you need to agree to the safety precautions. Please read and follow these precautions for your safety and those around you. Adjust the sled so that the image of the target fills the screen of the phone. Better results may be achieved by moving the target further away and using the zoom. Do not allow the camera to see off the edge of the target. Use two fingers to scale the red scoring overlay and drag it over the image of the target. If your scoring is off, this is where the adjustment is made. Go to settings to adjust the sensitivity. Different lighting conditions require different sensitivity adjustments. Adjust the sensitivity until the target area is black. Test with the laser to see how the app responds. Pressing the green play button will start the practice session. If the app registers false hits, lower the sensitivity and make sure the camera is not seeing off the target. If the app doesn’t register the hits, raise the sensitivity. Changing the lighting conditions in the practice area may require a change in the sensitivity adjustment. When done practicing, you can save the target image by pressing thumbs up and the download button.


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iTarget Pro App Reviews

  • iOS app fail

    By Blackewokjr
    Opened app in my iPhone X. Pressed on bullseye and it starts to record shooting even though I have not drawn and aimed my firearm.
  • Excellent training tool

    By bhoust4u
    I’ve had this for about a year and so far it works great. There are times that you have to tweak the settings and adjust the sensitivity so false hits don’t register but that’s not that difficult. I do place a piece of cardboard behind the target and this cut down the false hits by 95%. If your looking to train at home this might be what your looking for.
  • Pretty fun!

    By N8Dawg777
    The app isn’t great, but once you get the sensitivity set it’s pretty fun. I have an IPhone 8 with Otterbox case and the phone fits in the sled just fine.
  • Love it BUT the app does not work well with IPhone

    By BBall1024
    My wife bought this for me for Christmas after I showed it to her. I love the concept and I love using it. That is I love using it when it works. I have an iPhone. In fact I have 2 of them and at least 75% of the time as soon as I push start on the app it automatically starts registering shots even before I have walked away from the target and my gun is still holstered. My son has an android and it seems to work great with android.
  • iPhone XS Max

    By timlaw71
    Can’t use 2 fingers on the iPhone XS Max to center target.
  • Not working on my Alcatel Tablet running Android 7.1

    By Mefrancom
    Get message the app is not compatible on my Alcatel Tablet that is running Android 7.1. Is there going to be a fix for this problem sometime soon?
  • Makes dry fire practice more fun

    By captiol65
    As a police officer and shooter l dry fire pretty regularly. My dad got me this for Christmas today and I had it dialed in within ten minutes, easy to use. My dad had a single/double action beretta which makes it a little more fun because then you don’t have to rack the slide every shot. But for real practicing drawing my duty Glock from the holster and picking up the sights and seeing where I’m hitting is awesome! Also he got the 223 insert was fun as well.
  • Super easy!

    By pik the great
    I’m just a regular gal who wants to be protected. Single mom, demanding job- so very little opportunity to go to the shooting range to practice. This seemed like a great idea! It took me 10 minutes to set up, adjust sensitivity and light, and away we go. The only issue I had was with the phone cradle. It slips a little as the phone needed a slight tilt forward. Otherwise, this set up is great! I love that o can practice at home when I have time. I don’t have to spend money on ammo. Thank you for this!!!!
  • I target review

    By jagmar13
    I’ll be honest there’s app is OK when I started. But now the App he’s not functional and he’s not an efficient training tool for the app is very inconsistent.
  • Don’t waste the $$$

    By Hunter sage jasmen
    Set up doesn’t seem to get easier with this. Have to constantly fiddle with the adjustments and it still never sets up right on my iPhone X. The target is always a little skewed as I have to angle my phone to get close to a proper picture of the target. And I’ve watched the video and spent time trying to adjust everything. I’ve used in varying degrees of light with different settings and it constantly just starts showing rounds impacting on the target without me “shooting!” The sound works intermittently and I’ve deleted and reloaded the app to see if that would work to no avail. Not sure why that is. At $80 for the whole setup I’d expect a little better. When it gets close to working properly it’s fun for dryfire training.