Rounds — score pad

In-app purchases
518 reviews
Content rating
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

Use Rounds to keep score when you play cards, mini golf and other games. It's better than pencil & paper scoring because it totals your score automatically.

“I was impressed by its simplicity.”
— All About Android

Spin the bottle to decide who goes first. Then use the disc to enter scores. The Material Design UI will make your friends jealous!

Rounds is the only score pad you'll need for card games like Rummy, Hearts and Oh Hell. It can track points for board games like Scrabble and Carcassonne. And it works for special deck games like Tichu, Mu, Haggis and Lost Cities. Golfers will like Rounds' ability to score mini golf, disc golf and of course... golf.

More features:
■ Saves all games.
■ Quick entry for of up to 8 players.
 ■ Accelerated dial for low and high scores.
 ■ On tablets, scores are in large text: everyone can see who's winning!
 ■ Easy result sharing.


 ■ Rounds is free but limited to 3 colors. Pay 99¢ to unlock the complete palette.
 ■ If you bought rounds prior to September 2014 and your colors are now locked, email me. I'll send you the fix ASAP!
 ■ Rounds requires Internet permission so it can share game scores on the web. It only uses the Internet when you click 'Share'.
Updated on
Nov 22, 2016

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
No information available
518 reviews
A Google user
September 23, 2019
Rounds is a pretty good score keeper if you don't have paper. Nice and easy to set up and start scoring. Two things would make it better. First, keep the order of the players! Once I tapped the sort button I could only see players in score order; it's more customary to see them in table order. Second, and this is minor, give me a way to advance to the next round. It works ok tapping on the next column once I figured it out, but first I had to go back and correct the first round scores.
5 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
Adam Doyle
August 18, 2021
Nice streamlined UX. I wanted something that would minimize the number of taps and this is about as good at that as I could imagine. Clearing/deleting things is unintuitive; I had to read some of the reviews to figure it out. Also, I agree with some of the other reviews that a minimalistic AMOLED mode would be super cool.
1 person found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?
A Google user
January 2, 2020
Great score keeping app. I use it for most of our card games. One thing I'd love to see is a marker indicating who's turn it is (in card games that rotate clockwise / anti-clockwise after each round). Keep improving! :-)
5 people found this review helpful
Did you find this helpful?

What's new

Version 4.5
Share a chart of the game’s progression

Version 4.4
New scale feature for entering scores that increase 5 or 10 points at a time.

Version 4.0
New Material Design UI. Enter the game name on the set-up screen. Scores are automatically sorted as you play.