Thanks for your response.
I usually analyse the shoes I played in the casino in the home. If I can manually input the shoe I played in the iphone, I will know which of the three or four programs stored in the iphone would have fared the best. Perhaps I will know which system or systems to use for my casino.
Perhaps programming ipad may not be too difficult, since both use the same operating system. I am not a programmer!
I'm going to have to caution you about that approach. Manually inputting shoes that you have played at the casino (let's assume the number of shoes here is 5 per session) and then reviewing them really doesn't do anything useful for you. In fact, it could be dangerous to use such a small data sample size to confirm the effectiveness of any strategy at all. So please don't use that as a gauge of which system you can or cannot use.
Personally the only reason I would test a strategy on a casino game with a negative expected value is to figure out what would be the best and worst spikes in variance over a big sample size (I would recommend testing across at least 10,000 shoes) which would then inform my bankroll requirements and perhaps also give me an idea of when I should make my exit (for example, if I had won an amount somewhere close to the highest spike a saw in the 10k shoe simulation).
As for the iPad version, from a development perspective it isn't too difficult but I'll need to get a designer to adapt the screens for the larger size (which would require some investment and time). Nonetheless, it's definitely something I'm looking into and we'll release it in time to come. Thank you for your feedback!