Ultimate Rulebook

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About this app

A simple, completely local (no internet access), searchable display of the USA Ultimate 11th Edition Rules (also known as Ultimate Frisbee). Aside from a small footprint, the only two features are a full text search (3 character minimum) and section bookmarks. Simple, fast, and useful if you don't have constant access to the internet or don't want to eat your data connection by visiting usaultimate.org all the time!

Rulebook is taken directly from the usaultimate.org website with some slight html modifications.

If you play ultimate frisbee games with a group and want to simplify/speed up the team selection process, check out my other app: UF Team Picker.
Updated on
Feb 15, 2012

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37 reviews
Kyle Jung
June 20, 2022
Given this was last updated 2012,no chance of being updated to current rule set?
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A Google user
February 24, 2014
Would be nicer if it was formatted a little better. Maybe bold some stuff and add spacing. It would also be nice If it showed only the section you selected instead of jumping to it. Or atleast have the option to turn said feature on/off.
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A Google user
March 20, 2013
Works mostly but some typos where lines get scrambled, e.g., around XII.B. Also, the third- and fourth-level numbering is off. Those levels should be numerals and lowercase letters, respectively.
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EC Android
June 10, 2013
Hey Adam, thanks for the review; I'll try to make sure there aren't any weird lines/typos when I update the rulebook apps with the most recent (not sure if this version has a new one or not).

What's new

* Implemented a workaround for a webview bug in Android 4.x (Ice Cream Sandwich) and possibly 3.x (Honeycomb) that prevented the page from displaying.