You are absolutely right, this was a bug and it has been fixed, whenever you have a putter in your hands it now tracks "feet".
I'll also echo Dan's idea on data entry. The easier that apps try to make it, the clumsier it can be. Ironic, but true. Give me a big sheet of data entry any time. I think if we had the ability to edit a large grid of our data AFTER the round, that would be perfect. We can try to get what we can on the course, but let us play and not be data nerds while playing. Within a day or two, we can usually recall each shot and enter the data in one shot through a simple grid that shows us all the info at once on something like an enhanced scorecard. For each hole, just give us the ability to add/delete/edit shots that we may or may not have entered while on the course.
We'll keep playing with the app data entry to try and make it better. We will also have a "printable enhanced" scorecard that will allow you to do everything "offline". I'll post a sample of that card when available.
One cool thing that I've seen hints of on other apps, but nothing done very well, is the ability to compare our data against the 'field." For example:
For my course, what are the average scores? Hardest holes? Toughest greens to 2-putt?
For others near our handicap worldwide, what is the average FIR? GIR? How far do they drive?
For me to get 2 strokes better on my handicap, what should my recovery percentage be? How much do I need to improve on my 6 footers to be at that level?
For my courses, are there others who might be opting into to social meetups or leagues/tournaments? I haven't seen the social aspect explored too much, although there is a vendor here who is pursuing that. Foursum, I believe.
I won't pretend that our app will do everything. There are some things that we'll do in terms of "comparing" the field, we need to have enough data to make it meaningful, we're not there yet. We also do have plans for a "social" aspect of the product, you can see hints of this in the prominent "Leaderboards" section (which is not opened yet) and the ability to add public/private notes, etc.
Feel free to send over any suggestions you guys think would be cool to add.