BattleTrack Initiative Tracker

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About this game

Easily Manage Your Battles

BattleTrack makes it simple to create, manage and track multiple encounters for your game sessions. BattleTrack is compatible with D&D (Dungeons & Dragons) and many other D20 based games that use an initiative based system. BattleTrack makes starting and running encounters easy freeing up time to enjoy the action.


• Support for multiple encounters. Set up encounters ahead of time and make the final touches before starting.
• Organised player groups make it quick and easy to add the right players to encounters.
• Easily find and add multiple monsters and NPCs using the searchable list. Includes a large list of monsters from the D&D Systems Reference Document (SRD) to get you started with support for adding more.
• Logs. All the interactions during your encounter are logged so you can look back and see what's been happening should you need to take a break during your encounter.
• Difficulty calculation is done automatically while creating encounters. Instantly get an idea of how challenging the encounter is going to be while creating it.
• Experience point distribution is calculated and shown on the summary screen when you end your encounter.
• Monster and NPC initiative rolls are done automatically saving time when the encounter is kicking off. Rolls can be easily overridden once the encounter has begun.

Encounter Creation

Encounter creation is easy. Just tap the "+" button and choose whether you want to add players or Monsters and NPCs. For players tap the all check box or add individual players by tapping the check boxes next to them. For monsters and NPCs just tap the "+" or "−" buttons to change the quantity of the monster or NPC you would like to add. Search the list by tapping the magnifying glass icon in the top right.


Players, monsters and NPCs are all ordered according to their initiative rolls (conflicts are resolved with the higher modifier going first). The name of who's turn it is currently is shown and turns can be advanced or reversed using the buttons at the bottom. For interactions tap on the effected player, monster or NPC in the list and enter the type and amount.

Player Group, Monster and NPC Management

Players groups, monsters and NPCs can be edited and created while creating the encounter or by accessing their respective libraries from the navigation drawer.


BattleTrack is compatible with D&D and many other D20 based games.

Coming Soon

• Optimised layout for tablets.


If you have any question or feedback please email.
Updated on
Aug 4, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

345 reviews
A Google user
November 4, 2018
This is by far the best initiative tracker I have used to date. Not only does it keep track of the encounter's order for me but I can put down what everyone's HP and AC is really streamlining combat. My only complaint is that I wish I could pull up stat blocks with the app. It can get tedious having to switch between the tracker and stat blocks so I can see what dice to roll.
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A Google user
October 10, 2019
This is the best app I've tried so far. I like that I can enter everyone's current health at the start of the fight with their initiative roll. It's easy to set up and add custom monsters. It keeps track of who did damage and who healed in the data section of past encounters. You can save your heroes as a group to easily add them to each encounter. The only thing that would make it better is if I could add conditions.
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