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I've been using keepscore app for rummy scores it was good, until recent it started crashing after 7 rounds
Found a great replacement app
Adding score is simple, its adfree, a small iap for unlocking more colors for players.
A real good score keeping app
The rounds scoring app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.publicobject.rounds&hl=en it's great for keeping score for so many games.
Full disclosure a friend of mine made it but I think it has a great UI in comparison to other score keeping apps.
before i use authority counting cards, it slow down our games. and find this simple app, it more easy to add and subtract authority.
the minus point this cannot set, default value, so i just play start with 0 and who get -50 first lose. or you can add 50 point first for both player
Rounds is a good generic scorekeeper / counter app. I started using it for Raiders of Scythia to keep track of my damage and wounds. Really handy in lots of scenarios.
Can't say I've used Scorekeeper XL, but if you're looking for a simple alternative to ScorePal on Android, Rounds is pretty solid. Every player is represented as a spot on a wheel, and to adjust their score you just drag them clockwise to increase and counterclockwise to decrease. It even has a button to randomly decide a start player.
Try rounds - score pad by public object. I think it comes with a few colors for players and you can pay a few bucks to get more.
For simple score keeping I suggest you take a look at Rounds. You add or subtract points by "dialing" on a circular path. Gets around having a ton of buttons and works well up into the medium double digits per turn. Haven't found a game yet were I would have preferred a +100 button.
I like the Rounds scoring app. Very neat interface with few buttons. Starting player randomizer and a quick rematch feature (same game same players)
We tried gloomhaven helpers but didn't find them as ground breaking as people suggested they were.
for keeping track of point scoring in most games the rounds app works really well https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.publicobject.rounds&hl=en full disclosure, a friend of mine made it
Kudos for the work you've done, but you should take a look at Rounds, it's easier and more intuitive to enter/exit/resume games, edit players, and change the scores. There are games like darts for example where you have to quickly get 2-3 people to start at 301 and the scoring requires changing large amounts of points, Rounds can do that in a few seconds.
If you want to keep working on your app, some suggestions:
I use this app. It's superior in that there's no typing required - you just slide up and down the circle to add and subtract peoples' points.
I like using an app called Rounds because of its ease of use and neat graphics.
This one is a bit niche, but I'm a big fan of Rounds. It's a great score-keeping app.