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Easy-Scout Plus and Professional, Athletic Equipment Manager (Standard Edition) and Easy-Recruiter - NOW FREE !


Effective September 6, 2022, our Easy-Scout Plus and Professional, Easy-Recruiter and Athletic Equipment Manager (Standard Edition) products are now FREE to download and install for personal use. 


All products have been tested through Windows 10 and are expected to work on Windows 11 versions that have been taken out of "S" Mode.


Limited product support will continue to be available, and we will continue to maintain our online documentation and video tutorials. 


CompuSports celebrates 35 Year Anniversary


The year was 1984, and Apple Computer (now Apple Inc.) had just released its first Macintosh computer to complement its Apple II, III and Lisa computers.

Football coaches at that time recorded and analyzed games on 16mm film, and "live scouting" of games was a common practice at the High School and Collegiate levels.   It was arguably the "dawn of the computer age" when Easy-Scout debuted for Apple II computers in February of that same year.


One of a handful of "scouting software programs" available at the time, Easy-Scout began as a computer science project at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, PA, when a member of its football coaching staff wrote a mainframe "program" to reveal opponent tendencies.  In the 35 years that followed, Easy-Scout evolved and adapted to changes in computing technology, introducing a number of design innovations along the way.  Easy-Scout Plus and Professional remain as traditional, computer software applications (once called "computer programs", but now referred to as "apps") that provide football coaches with tools for performing game analysis with scouting data and digital video. 


Always moderately priced and a "one-time purchase" alternative to subscription-based "cloud" applications, both versions of Easy-Scout are NOW FREE !   They can be downloaded and installed on computers running most versions of Microsoft Windows (see compatibility notes).