Scorekeeper XL is a great app for keeping score when playing board games or party games with your friends.
How to use:
Top left button: add player.
Top right button: sort lowest-to-highest.
Bottom right button: toggle volume.
Bottom left button: reset scores to 0.
When editing a player, you can use the skull and crossbones to delete that player.
To increase a player's score, simply tap on the plus and minus buttons next to their score. If you hold the button it'll count up a lot quicker.
That's about it, have fun!
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Scorekeeper now has 64-bit support, so it'll work great in iOS 11!
I'm also working on an even better version with some new features, so keep an eye out for it.
Ratings and Reviews
I love that this was designed with the main features organized in an intuitive, easy to use fashion. Easily supports multiple players. Scores up and down obviously right in the main screen. Intuitive support for resorting the scoreboard. Would love to be able to set a different increment than 1–so when we play a game that goes up in multiples of 5, it would be less taps. Also, completely nit-pick, but would like a different color pallet than the old Atari colors it has now—those are so minor, however. This is the app I choose for keeping score. Thanks for your contribution and attention to function.
Best, simplest scorekeeping app
I bought this years ago. Couldn't tell you how long it was now. It's tracked hundred of board games, card games, suplexes by Brock Lesnar in a single match, the list goes on. I was sad to start getting the warnings that it wouldn't run in iOS 11.
Developer comes in after 4? 5? years of no updates (it legitimately DID NOT need updates, that's not a knock against it) and pushes a valid 64-bit application for iOS 11.
I can honestly say I've gotten the most use and distance out of this app more than any other third part app since I bought my first iPhone 3GS. Hats off to the dev, wish apps today were more like yours -- simple, unobtrusive, and FAST.
Tracking monster HP in D&D
Are use this app for all my nerd related stuff. Including keeping score for boardgames, Magic the Gathering and hit points for all my Dungeons and Dragons monsters. It's super useful how each one can be color-coded.
I just wish I could add numbers to the titles of the different teams. For example James #1 and James #2.
I also wish it wouldn't automatically sort the teams according to score. It would be nice if they just stayed still.
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- Matt Rix
- 56.7 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Matt Rix (Magicule Inc.)