Darts is the most beautiful game in the world – and at the same time the hardest to master. A practice app should reflect that.
DartPro aims to help you along the way by keeping you motivated, challenge you and doing so by not cutting corners:
No buttons for single dart entry. Counting should be done at the board so it will become second nature which will win matches for you.
Every leg you play is saved and the grand average of all these games is visible at all times during gameplay, pressuring you to do better than yesterday or last month.
Charts and statistics keep you informed how you're doing over time and will show you which aspect of your game needs attention.
Legs and averages per month, Double checkout percentage, first 9 darts average: every aspect of your game will be monitored so you can get a clear understanding of what it is your game is lacking.
DartPro comes packed with 10 tried-and-true games to help you master every key aspect of the game.
Play the Double practice routines to get better at finishes, Cricket to get better at your covershots, or the various 501 games to practice the core of your game.
If you're tired of playing by yourself, there's local 501 to play against friends, Ten to play against different computer levels or 501 v. Me to play against your own saved games.
All in all, Dartpro will make sure you keep on practicing, helping you become a master of darts.
Single 501 - with finish suggestions, graphs, statistics and achievements
n01 - choose your starting point, play 170 or Double In Double Out
501 v. Me - play against yourself through your saved games
Ten - play against different computer levels
ShootOut - work on your stamina without those nasty doubles
Single Cricket - get to know the most important numbers on the board
Round The World - classic game to help you practice on your doubles
Bob's 27 - an advanced doubles practice routine by Bob Anderson
Local 501 - play against friends or family and let DartPro do the math
Finish Calculator - learn the preferred and pressure finishes or find alternatives
If you have suggestions or constructive criticism, I'm all for it. Just don't use the comments here but write me instead: email@example.com
Let’s play darts!