The best ever! I have tried several apps like this and none would be as good and functional as KeepScore. The app is fantastic... It has a great (and customizable) interface, it's extremely simple to use and here's what I liked most: You have lots of settings to play around with, such as defining how much score each button will increase or decrase.
Great little App. I use it as a coach to keep score for our Futsal training. We divide the boys into 4 teams and if 1 team scores they stay on and the other comes of to be replaced by one team waiting to get in. If no one scores after an amount of time then both teams come off or if there is only 3 teams then the team that has done a double shift comes off. The only thing this is missing is a count down timer and then it would be perfect!
Perfect I just downloaded this and I love it. Has every option I wanted like keeping track of scores for more than one game with different number of players, adding points by +/-10, 5,1 and even able to customize those buttons. I'm sure there are going to be more surprises for me to find too.
Ottima e versatile Cercavo un app segnapunti per la briscola a 5, questa fa proprio al mio caso! Tutti i tasti sono personalizzabili e tiene il conteggio del totale dei punti assegnati a manche! che dire FAVOLOSA!
Crashes on Nexus 6P I loved this scorekeeper so so much! It's such a great design. For some reason that I haven't figured out yet, it just keeps crashing every time I use it. Thankfully the scores are saved, but I makes it almost unusable. I may have to look elsewhere which is sad :(
Crashed, lost scores Crashed without reason. When restarted found that scores were not being saved so had lost whole game's worth of scores. Thanks for making it free but I won't be risking using it again.
- Small fix for the previous version's new feature: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/76.
- New calculator feature for tablets, written by Josh Dague. Read all about it here: https://github.com/nolanlawson/KeepScore/pull/74.
- Hebrew translations by Liran Ben-Porat. It blows me away how many translations we're getting!