My Bowling Scores

My Bowling Scores


Keep track of your personal bowling scores, and see a history of your games, along with a running average.

This is an easy-to-use bowling score keeper. Watch the progress of your average, and share your scores through social media. A Summary screen shows your average, count of games entered, and high and low scores.

Enter as many games as you want. If you play 4 or 5 games at a time, the app allows this. To enter more than 3 games, save the first 3, and then enter 1, 2, or 3 more games using the same date. It will calculate your running average based on any number of games played, and will not include scores left empty (or 0) in your average.

Share your scores by Twitter, Email, Text messages, or Google+. You can use any of these that you have installed on your phone.

You can edit or delete scores by tapping on a row in the table of scores.

Swipe back and forth to move to the Enter Scores, View Scores, and Summary screens.

That's really all the app does. It will not take more than a minute to start using this app.

Using the menu, you can backup your scores to the external storage of your device. There is a menu item to restore them as well. This allows you to move your scores to a new device. You can also keep a backup of your scores in your favorite Spreadsheet on your PC or Mac. After you Export your scores, you can connect your device to your computer as a Media Device. Your scores can be found in the file:

Android/data/com.valenciaprogrammers.mybowlingscores/files/MyBowlingScores.csv

(I know that looks awkward, but that's where Google asks us to put files.)

The maximum score you can enter for a bowling game is 450. This allows Canadian 5 Pin bowlers to use this App.

This app can be used without connection to the internet. That permission is requested for when you choose to email your scores, and for an advertisement that appears.

This app does not collect any information from the users. That's the 'privacy policy' - we don't collect any thing to keep private.

Look for our other app called "Our Bowling Scores," an app that allows you to keep track of multiple bowlers / leagues.

Please rate My Bowling Scores, and let us know if you have any suggestions that you would like implemented.

Recent changes:
This update will not affect your existing data.

Versions 6.1 small GUI fix. Show the scores after data is entered.

Version 6.0 Some GUI changes that should make entering the scores a little easier. Swiping from screen to screen is smoother.

Version 5.1 fixed a small bug on the summary screen.

Version 5.0 includes a summary screen. Swipe right or left to move from the Enter Scores, History of Scores, Summary of Scores screens.
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About My Bowling Scores
Keep track of your personal bowling scores, and see a history of your games, along with a running average.

This is an easy-to-use bowling score keeper. Watch the progress of your average, and share your scores through social media. A Summary screen shows your average, count of games entered, and high and low scores.

Enter as many games as you want. If you play 4 or 5 games at a time, the app allows this. To enter more than 3 games, save the first 3, and then enter 1, 2, or 3 more games using the same date. It will calculate your running average based on any number of games played, and will not include scores left empty (or 0) in your average.

Share your scores by Twitter, Email, Text messages, or Google+. You can use any of these that you have installed on your phone.

You can edit or delete scores by tapping on a row in the table of scores.

Swipe back and forth to move to the Enter Scores, View Scores, and Summary screens.

That's really all the app does. It will not take more than a minute to start using this app.

Using the menu, you can backup your scores to the external storage of your device. There is a menu item to restore them as well. This allows you to move your scores to a new device. You can also keep a backup of your scores in your favorite Spreadsheet on your PC or Mac. After you Export your scores, you can connect your device to your computer as a Media Device. Your scores can be found in the file:

Android/data/com.valenciaprogrammers.mybowlingscores/files/MyBowlingScores.csv

(I know that looks awkward, but that's where Google asks us to put files.)

The maximum score you can enter for a bowling game is 450. This allows Canadian 5 Pin bowlers to use this App.

This app can be used without connection to the internet. That permission is requested for when you choose to email your scores, and for an advertisement that appears.

This app does not collect any information from the users. That's the 'privacy policy' - we don't collect any thing to keep private.

Look for our other app called "Our Bowling Scores," an app that allows you to keep track of multiple bowlers / leagues.

Please rate My Bowling Scores, and let us know if you have any suggestions that you would like implemented.

Recent changes:
This update will not affect your existing data.

Versions 6.1 small GUI fix. Show the scores after data is entered.

Version 6.0 Some GUI changes that should make entering the scores a little easier. Swiping from screen to screen is smoother.

Version 5.1 fixed a small bug on the summary screen.

Version 5.0 includes a summary screen. Swipe right or left to move from the Enter Scores, History of Scores, Summary of Scores screens.
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A Google User
Mar 9, 2015
Seasons? Easy to use but unless I'm missing something, can you separate scores by season? I upgraded to Our bowling scores. I like that I can add bowlers but could you add a feature so I can add bowlers to a specific season for example have all bowlers as a sub category of a season category. (This feature is in the Bowling Scorekeeper app for reference). I like your app because of the running average. Also did you take out the average by game feature that was in My Bowling Scores? I really liked that feature.
A Google User
Feb 8, 2015
Ok but.... Is there anyway you could implement to where you can input your average first. Because at the beginning of the year I have an established average for the league. And would love to enter that first then have it keep track. I would be switching bowling apps if I could have this done. I love the GUI of this app
A Google User
Jan 17, 2015
Great app. Wish you could keep track of your average on each pair of lanes also. So you can track which lanes you score good on and which pair you need to practice on.
A Google User
Jan 6, 2015
Great simple app This app seems fairly simple. It tracks scratch average only. It would be nice to see it track or calculate handicap averages. It would be nice also of it could calculate a average booster. (What series do I need to bowl to raise average 1, 2, or 3 pins). I haven't been using these score keeper apps in the last few years, so I don't think I would pay to try the advanced version to take advantage of multiple leagues.
A Google User
Dec 17, 2014
Games Too bad it does not allow more than 3 games
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