Given the fact that everything which I read online about OddStorm was either positive or very positive, I was expecting something absolutely amazing. However, my very first touch with the software left me a bit disappointed. The design is a bit outdated and if you are an absolute newbie to the sport betting and in particular to arbitrage betting you will feel a bit lost. Furthermore, the navigation is not extremely user-friendly. It clearly emphasise that the goal of the OddStorm guys was not to be the best looking software but to be the most useful one. Nevertheless, if you are a bit more experienced and used other arbitrage softwares you will feel fairly confident with the navigation menu.
As with all other software you can apply a variety of filters in order to see only the arbs from the bookmakers you want to be in. Further, you can set percentage limits for the arbs, filter by odds you want to bet on and of course set up alerts that will notify you when an arb with a pre-defined percentage of profit appears. You can also choose between two view modes compact and standard. While testing the software I only used the standard one and felt okay with it. I found the compact one way to limiting and would recommend you to stick to the standard view format.
I preferred the online-based version of OddStorm although it does not defer that much of the desktop one. I particularly like that there is live chat available on their site which enabled me to ask questions and end up with immediate answers. Something which I am absolutely sure all newbies will love. Furthermore, on the site you have a free calculator you can use to benefit from, as well as useful articles and information that will help you educate yourself and feel way more confident while executing arbitrage bets.
Another thing that I noticed and enjoyed is that the settings of my desktop version were saved and automatically applied on the website version which saved me some time and nerves.