Flyp10 | Wgymnastics

Get an adjudicator's notes and score value assessment anytime, anywhere with Flyp10, the only app that lets you upload your Irish Dance routines straight from your device or computer, submit the routines to be judged by a qualified adjudicator, and receive a score along with the notes. You’ll see what adjudicators see and value in your routines.

Upload Routines, Get Scores, Get Better!

How Does It Work:

  • Download the Flyp10 app or go to and create an account.
  • Add money to your wallet; as each routine is judged, the fee is deducted from your pre-paid account, refill as often as you wish.
  • When you are ready, upload a routine for scoring. Routines can be from practice, private lessons, even recorded in your living room as long as they are relatively close and at an angle capable of being judged. The routine will be routed to a qualified Irish Dance adjudicator. The cost of judging the routine will be deducted from your account at that time.
  • Once your routine is judged, you will receive a score along with notes our proprietary Irish Dance scorecard. Our scorecard is specifically designed to breakdown your routine by the skills that adjudicators value most. We use a 10 point scale that will help you to track your score and your development in:
    • Extension/Flexibility
    • FootPlacement/Turnout/Arch
    • Posture/Carriage
    • Timing/Rhythm
    Along with the adjudicator’s overall impression

But that’s not all. Have your friends sign up as well and you can share and comment on routines or sign up for Premium to enter into the daily Feis (we call it our Flyp10 world meet), get valuable analytics to track your scoring trends and get your routine scores faster.

What does it cost:

See our pricing for routines


All routines will be evaluated by current qualified adjudicators. Please note Irish Dance judging is subjective and each competition is different. The purpose of this app is to help dancers get direct, qualified feedback. NOT to determine whether a score a dancer received at a particular Feis was scored correctly. A score is an adjudicator's opinion of a particular routine. You will be given a score value for each key skill set that top adjudicators consider in scoring your routine at that particular time