A#1!!! This app works perfect for keeping score in Rook. It is a little bit confusing setting it up on my galaxy samsung. I thought the menu button for setting the options was on the app but after contacting customer service they told me the menu button is actually on the phone. After I figured that out it is great.
Great app but missing one thing. I use this app a LOT but the only thing i would add is the ability to record who had the rook. That's something we have always done on paper.
If you play rook the way the programmer does, it's probably ok. It needs some start-up instructions, walking a new user through setting up players first, then teams... But with no options for how you score, I can't use it. Everyone I've played with in the midwest scores a hand at 200, and both teams make the points they take unless the bidder goes set, in which case the bidder goes down by the amount bid and the opponents score what they took...
Suggestion for improvement My suggestion for development is to have two fields for score. One for the bidder and one for non bidder. Based on the max points set in preferences the score could then auto update for whichever field was not entered, but final approval would come from the user. This would add a great deal of flexibility for all the various house rules and add more reliability to the score keeping. Thanks for this app, it makes tracking dealer, trump color and score much easier.
Very nice Only thing I would like is a way to track who has the rook. I guess it would be nice to save the history to a cloud for tournaments to.
Decent, but... On note 5 there is no way to change any settings. The normal 3 vertical buttons for settings is not there in the app.
Minor look and feel tweaks and upgrades
Minor text changes
User can enter either bidder or non-bidder points. (via setting)
User can specify point total per hand (via setting)
Application makes backup of history and preferences