Save Your Favorite Hands!
Turn your most interesting hands into Contract Bridge Problems!
With the contract Bridge Diary app you can quickly log your played hands or copy/make an interesting hand up. Go back and analyze any deal to learn from your (partner's) mistakes. Perfect for both beginners and advanced players who want to discuss fun deals and love the game. ...or enjoy arguing later of who's fault it really was. :)
The Bridge Diary app scores and saves your entered hands. It is a tool -NOT A GAME! It is an extension & combination of the FREE contract Bridge Bidding Box and Bridge Score Calculator apps. Try them out first if you are unsure.
The Bridge Diary is an excellent app for Contract Bridge Teachers! It's EASY to make up, write comment, and show:
- Bidding Scenarios
- Hand Diagrams
- Bridge Problems (Just like in printed media)
The Bridge Diary app can easily be displayed on any modern TV with the use of Micro HDMI cable from your phone/tablet to TV. (Cable is Cheap - Less than $10.)
Place your Tablet/Phone in the middle of the table for your at home game. 4 players can bid using only one device. The Bridge Diary replaces the need for manual scoring, record keeping, and bidding cards.
Ever dreamed about making your own Bridge column?
- A screenshot of the app is all you need for posting a problem on Twitter and Facebook.
Follow us on Twitter @BridgeDiary for some samples and to suggest updates or report problems. We will follow you back.
Adobe® AIR® (separate download - Adobe® AIR® is the new Flash player for apps)
Android 2.2 and later
--- Disclaimer ---
Blue Starships is not responsible for, named but not limited to, any loss of: Phone/Tablet, Data - Especially Saved Bridge Diary Data, Finesses, Tournaments, Partners, Wives, Money, or Mind.
This is an app with ONLY GOOD INTENTS. No harm to your device or data is in any way intended. No Spyware, No Ads, No Junk!
---- NOTE ----
You engage in practicing actual Bridge outside of the app at your own peril! This app cannot be blamed for YOUR bad Play, but it can sure be used to blame partner's.
Good Luck out there, and may the Finesses be with you!
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