Very nice and Clean! Great UI, great purpose and awesome implementation. Nice and simple.. but yet provides unique ui for a better ux.
Lovely and useful I tried it out in a 2-person game of Lost Cities. The simplicity and intuitiveness blew me away. The app makes it not only easy, but actually fun to total the scores per column! Easily everything I'll ever need for any sort of add-em-up in any board game, as long as simple scalar arithmetic is enough to determine the winner. More convoluted scoring systems, like "whoever has the highest in their lowest category" (Rainer Knizia, I'm looking at you!) are best handled with specialized apps.
Nearly Perfect I really dig this app. I like that it keeps round by round scoring. I also like that it keeps some game history (even if it shows me losing). It might be nice to be able to export the score history - or to see some kind of reports/graphs on scores per game per person over time kind of thing since the data is there. Regardless; it's pretty cool and does what it does pretty perfectly. I do notice one small flaw - it advances the rounds count prematurely. For instance we played a game with 5 scored rounds but it lists the game as being 6 rounds in the history. I tried to see if I could remove round 6 and it moved to round 7 and 8.. So now the game shows as an 8 round game instead of a 5 round game. Would be better if it just counted rounds with some kind of score entered when determine length of game.
Nicest looking score keeping app on android... Would add a fifth star if there was a timer option included... Something like a shot clock, that you can start per turn. Would love the option to customize the display in terms of font, size and location of objects?
Wonderful! Simply the best scorekeeping app I've tried. You just "dial" in the points. The faster you dial, the faster it counts, so scoring 250 points is as easy as scoring 5. Up to 8 players, can do High Score or Low Score games, indicates the leader automatically, can pick a start player at random.
Obscure & unwieldy interface Dialing to enter score is useful only for games that add only a handful of points per round; for anything as complex as, say, Racko, the choice to just TYPE IN DIGITS would be a vast improvement. Uninstalling.
New Material Design UI. Enter the game name on the set-up screen. Scores are automatically sorted as you play.
New 'share' button makes it easy to brag about your victory. Full game details are saved to roundsapp.com.
Nexus 7 support! On the tablet, Rounds shows game scores in big text so everyone can see who's winning.