Fight Scores is your essential companion to the weekend's boxing viewing. Whether you're in front of your tv or soaking up the atmosphere at a live event, Fight Scores invites you to take on the role of being a judge.
Offering a sleek and modern take on the traditional art of scoring a boxing match, Fight Scores allows you to take detailed notes of each bout, score them round-by-round, and select the winner. Share your scorecards with friends over your social networks or save them for your own future reference.
Fight Scores has been rebuilt from the ground up. Here is what's new in version 2.0:
* Brand new design
* Fight recommendations
* Powerful search functionality
* iPad support
* Split view and Slide over support
* 3D Touch support
* Select the official winner and the round the fight ended.
* Edit pre-existing fights
* iOS 11 compatible
* Secure connection via HTTPS
* Export scorecards to CSV files
* Classic mode - Score 15 round fights
and lots more!
Hi all, it's been a while but I've got some plans for updates in the near future, in the meantime this is a fairly minor release.
* Fixed some bugs with displaying the header on some larger screens.
* Thickened font weight in some areas.
* Improved user privacy by removing the banner ads and in-app purchases.
* Updated App Store artwork.
Ratings and Reviews
The best scorecard app
This is hands down the best boxing scorecard app out here and I’ve tried most of them. Easy to search old scores, add notes and score round by round. I love how all your fights are sorted by date and it’s awesome for boxing nerds who want to keep a record of their cards. The developer is super responsive too if you have any questions or issues.
The one negative I’d say is that it only works if you have cell service-wifi as the data isn’t stored on your phone and once in awhile the server the app is on will go down and you can’t access your old scores (which can be scary) and create new ones. But the developer is very communicative during those times and usually gets things back up and running quickly.
The best boxing scorecard app!
This is by far the best of the boxing scoring apps I’ve tried. It allows you to record official result and has a notepad to make notes. Keeps an archive both on the app and on the website. Has most fight cards already built in but it’s very easy to add your own cards for more obscure fights. Admin very responsive too.
Good way to keep track of fights
Best score app. It saves all the fights you score. You can have fight notes. It also lets you record final results.
- Gareth Jones
- 26.8 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © Gareth Dafydd Jones
- In-App Purchases
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.