Stylish interface Licences a bit expensive, bidding module is useless but everything else is fine
Intuitive scoring So easy to use, I didn't have to train my club on BridgeTab, just on how to use the tablet and most are not particularly tech savvy.
Wireless scoring Great for any club wanting to start or to augment their existing wireless system. I was using the new amazon fire at 50 pounds and had no worries about battery life. Indeed, it will last at least 3 events Great for visually impaired and everyone prefers colour and the larger display.
Galaxy tab 3 gives black and white suits Using release 1.57 on a Samsung galaxy tab 3, device SM-T210 ,the bridgetab shows suits only in black and white , this makes the red suits hard to see for some people.
Great for wireless scoring
Good System I have installed a 12-table system using this and am about to upgrade to 15 tables. . Have used this for Mitchell and Howell movements with Scorebridge, and no problems other than self-inflicted ones. Cost about 25% of Bridgemate equivalent. As Michael Scully implied, using the £30ish tablets from Amazon the main problem is battery life. I turn the screen down, switch off sounds and make sure no other applications are running. I also use the "Gravity Screen" app which switches the screen off after 1 minute of inactivity and switches it on when the tablet is picked up. Still have 40% charge after a 2.5 hour session. All the players seem to like it and have no problem using it.
Fix crash bug on Samsung devices
Back button from makable deals no longer shows an empty screen
Fixes bug where Player ID screen sometimes is skipped
Fixes several frequent crash problems in previous versions
Further bidding fixes.
Network indicator added (green=OK)
Option added to disable help screens (requires PC software update)
Fixed Player id entry missing