FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Here's a list of frequently asked question. If you can't find an answer, just let us know and we'll help you.


  1. Great Software, how can I give it a try?!
  2. Will the Remote Control Apps be available on Windows Phone and Android too?
  3. Do you offer a free version?
  4. Do you have a video tutorial or demo video?
  5. Which sports do your scoreboards cover?
  6. Is there a statistic summary at the end of the game that can be filed or printed?
  7. What exactly is the Server Application?
  8. What happens if the desktop application crashes?
  9. I can't connect to the Live Score Desktop Application
  10. I use MAC OS X - can I still use Live Score?
  11. FTP Ticker - Invalid Filename


Demo and Trial versions are awesome, so we included that!
The Standard Version of the Desktop Application is free, just go ahead and install it on your Windows computer.
Now it's time to download the "Live Score Remote" App on your iPad or iPhone.
Open it and simply select your preferred sport - there's no need to purchase it right now!
Connect your device as described in the User Guide and try it as long as you want to.

Not at home?! No Desktop Application available right now?!
Just click connect in your App and use the Demo mode when asked.
This will start a simulation and allow you to gain more insight, even when you're on the road.

You can also request a Trial for the Professional Edition.
Contact us and you get a fully functional time limited Trial License for the Professional Edition and all its features.


The remote controls are currently only available for iOS.
We don't plan to port them to Windows Phone or Android for now. If you do need other platforms, tell us,
so we can consider a development of these versions.


Yes, we do offer a free version. The free Standard Edition contains everything you need to host a fully functional scoreboard.
The only thing that needs to be purchased is a remote control within your mobile app.


Not yet, but it's (still) on the way.


We currently support baseball, softball, football, soccer, rugby (league, union, afl), hockey, tennis and multi-sport.
These scoreboards and remote controls have been optimized for a perfect usage.
Multi-Sport is a general scoreboard for all kinds of sport.
If you need another sport, just tell us and we consider to implement it for upcoming versions.


Live Score is not a scoring software, but a scoreboard software.
You control and display scoreboards in real-time and provide amazing live experiences.
We do not provide any histories or other printable statistics, because we're not trying to replace any complex scoring software.


The Desktop Application is the heart of our system and is used to host and display your scoreboard.
From there you can distribute it to your TV Stream, your websites or anywhere else.
Mobile Apps are used as a remote control and connect to your Desktop Application to update your scoreboard from anywhere in the stadium.


The best applications out there crash - so there's no guarantee that Live Score doesn't.
But we thought about that!
Every play you enter is automatically saved.
So if you relaunch the Application, it automatically loads the last state of your game.
Go ahead, just try it!


If you cannot establish a connection to the Live Score desktop application please check the following list.
The new Connection Doctor within your iOS Apps helps to you debug problems.

  1. Are you connected to the same network?
  2. Did you press "Start" in your Live Score desktop application?
  3. Have you provided a password for your remote controls and is it correct?
  4. If none above did work, it might be your Firewall settings on your Live Score computer. Turn it off and try again (please remember to turn it on again).
  5. Try to use the Connection Doctor within the iOS Apps
If none worked, try to download an external app like Network Ping Lite and see if your iOS device can connect to your computer in your network.


Yes, it is possible to use Live Score on your Macbook or iMac.
All you need to have is a Windows VM (Virtual Machine) running and you should be fine.
There a different virtualization applications out there, like Parallels
They help you to run Windows on your MAC...side by side with your native MAC applications.
Just install Live Score in your virtual Windows and make sure you give your Windows VM enough resources.


If your FTP upload does not work and you get the error that it has an invalid filename, make sure you have a leading / in your filepath.
Otherwise your FTP server might think that the uploaded file has a / within the name.

Wrong:
Path: livescore/basketball + Filename: game.php would lead to livescore/basketball/game.php which is recognized as a filename with incorrect / character.

Correct with leading /:
Path: /livescore/basketball + Filename: game.php would lead to a correct /livescore/basketball/game.php.