KeepScore - Score Keeper

KeepScore - Score Keeper


Need to keep score for a game? Throw away the pen and paper!

KeepScore is a free and open-source score keeper that can be used with any points-based game, from cribbage to Carcassonne. I'm a big board gamer, so I wrote it to help me and my friends when we play games together.

Features:

- Automatically saves scores as you go

- Shows a complete scoring history of every game

- History automatically updates after 10 seconds (configurable)

- Keeps the screen awake

- Supports 2-30 players

- Saves multiple games

- Long-press on a button to add/subtract different values

- Configure the add/subtract buttons

- Add/edit/remove players during play

- Backup/restore to SD card

Enjoy!

seo: score sheet, score pad, score card, tally, counter, count, counting, point, points, scorer, keeping, scorekeeper, scorecard, scorepad, scoresheet

Recent changes:
1.5.1

- Small fix for the previous version's new feature: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/76.

1.5.0

- New calculator feature for tablets, written by Josh Dague. Read all about it here: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/74.

1.4.0

- Hebrew translations by Liran Ben-Porat. It blows me away how many translations we're getting!
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4.5
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About KeepScore - Score Keeper
Need to keep score for a game? Throw away the pen and paper!

KeepScore is a free and open-source score keeper that can be used with any points-based game, from cribbage to Carcassonne. I'm a big board gamer, so I wrote it to help me and my friends when we play games together.

Features:

- Automatically saves scores as you go

- Shows a complete scoring history of every game

- History automatically updates after 10 seconds (configurable)

- Keeps the screen awake

- Supports 2-30 players

- Saves multiple games

- Long-press on a button to add/subtract different values

- Configure the add/subtract buttons

- Add/edit/remove players during play

- Backup/restore to SD card

Enjoy!

seo: score sheet, score pad, score card, tally, counter, count, counting, point, points, scorer, keeping, scorekeeper, scorecard, scorepad, scoresheet

Recent changes:
1.5.1

- Small fix for the previous version's new feature: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/76.

1.5.0

- New calculator feature for tablets, written by Josh Dague. Read all about it here: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/74.

1.4.0

- Hebrew translations by Liran Ben-Porat. It blows me away how many translations we're getting!

User reviews of KeepScore - Score Keeper
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 12, 2015
Force closes a lot I love the way the app works but on a regular basis it force closes during s game and loses the score which is obviously just about the worst thing a score keeping app can do.
A Google User
Feb 26, 2015
Simplicity! nuff said :)
A Google User
Feb 7, 2015
Can't figure it out...no directions I can't figure out how to edit or add players after I've created the game...I also don't like that it doesn't sort them ..highest points to lowest..
A Google User
Feb 4, 2015
No better scorekeeping app! Updating my previous review from 2 to 4 stars. The dev reached out to me and let me know that when leaving the app, the games are saved in the list of saved games, so the scores preserve. Only complaints are the menu overflow button appearing on Nexus devices but that's not a big deal. Seriously is a very useful app.
A Google User
Jan 27, 2015
Sadly the best The app has a lot of good features, but has one major problem. When I switch to a different app, a toast message says that the game is saved. Then when I come back to the app, the scores are all gone, which is obviously no good. Minor problem is the old gingerbread menu button. Using Nexus 9 on Lollipop. Otherwise the app is great, will mark was 5 stars if both those issues are fixed.