Scrum Poker Cards (Agile)

Scrum Poker Cards (Agile)


*** Happy Holidays Everyone! ***

<< Over 50,000 active users! Thank you! >>

Poker planning is a powerful tool, to make faster and more accurate estimations and most important of all, to make it fun!

This app (among several other apps) can be used in scrum poker planning sessions anywhere. Meeting rooms, living rooms, kitchens, trains, ships, under water, outer space, etc. It includes the numbered cards along with infinity and the coffee cup card.

With the built-in Scrum Baseline, you may always have a baseline for your stories ready at your fingertips for your future voting sessions.


Features:
* Standard, T-Shirt and Fibonacci card decks
* Simple, fast and natural design
* Customisable card colors
* Shake to reveal
* Baselines
* Beautiful animations
* Keeps the screen on when cards are on display
* Supports high-end as well as low-end phones

Note: It is strongly suggested not to use this app while riding a bike or driving a motorized vehicle!


Your rates and comments are appreciated :)

Thank you for your feedback. We value every piece of feedback we receive. We may not respond individually to everyone, but we will use your comments as we strive to improve your experience.

^_^ Thank you all for making this the #1 app for Scrum Poker planning ^_^

Facebook: facebook.com/ScrumPokerCards

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tag: fun agile scrum poker plan planning cards t-shirt tshirt size voting custom theme color shake baseline fibonacci sequence series menu drawer business cards

Recent changes:
New on 2.4.2:
* Separate "Tap to reveal" option
* Updated colors
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About Scrum Poker Cards (Agile)
*** Happy Holidays Everyone! ***

<< Over 50,000 active users! Thank you! >>

Poker planning is a powerful tool, to make faster and more accurate estimations and most important of all, to make it fun!

This app (among several other apps) can be used in scrum poker planning sessions anywhere. Meeting rooms, living rooms, kitchens, trains, ships, under water, outer space, etc. It includes the numbered cards along with infinity and the coffee cup card.

With the built-in Scrum Baseline, you may always have a baseline for your stories ready at your fingertips for your future voting sessions.


Features:
* Standard, T-Shirt and Fibonacci card decks
* Simple, fast and natural design
* Customisable card colors
* Shake to reveal
* Baselines
* Beautiful animations
* Keeps the screen on when cards are on display
* Supports high-end as well as low-end phones

Note: It is strongly suggested not to use this app while riding a bike or driving a motorized vehicle!


Your rates and comments are appreciated :)

Thank you for your feedback. We value every piece of feedback we receive. We may not respond individually to everyone, but we will use your comments as we strive to improve your experience.

^_^ Thank you all for making this the #1 app for Scrum Poker planning ^_^

Facebook: facebook.com/ScrumPokerCards

-----
tag: fun agile scrum poker plan planning cards t-shirt tshirt size voting custom theme color shake baseline fibonacci sequence series menu drawer business cards

Recent changes:
New on 2.4.2:
* Separate "Tap to reveal" option
* Updated colors

User reviews of Scrum Poker Cards (Agile)
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
It works. Very well. Nice and simple app.
A Google User
Jan 18, 2015
After tap-to-reveal was added this became immensely more useful. Being able to make a custom card set would be nice for a future release though.
A Google User
Jan 16, 2015
Very useful
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Very useful
A Google User
Jan 13, 2015
Great and stable Works great. Love the shake to reveal feature. Although one time I the my phone at a Product Owner by mistake.