LearnBridge 4+

Learn the best card game‪!‬

Wesley May

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 38 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Learn to play Bridge with LearnBridge!

Bridge is enjoyed by tens of millions of people around the world. Bridge is the ultimate trick-taking game, similar to Hearts, Spades, or Euchre, but with deeper and more rewarding strategy.

Start by learning the rules and basic cardplay strategy, then learn about what really sets Bridge apart from other trick-taking games: bidding back and forth with your partner to determine how many tricks you can take, and what the best trump suit will be.

Over 1,900 interactive practice questions appear throughout the lessons, giving you a chance to test your knowledge and correct your mistakes.

New lessons are always in the works, so stay tuned for more content!

What’s New

Version 2.3.6

Various edits for clarity.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

Connie40023 ,

Clear and Concise Way to Learn Bridge!

My in-laws taught me to play bridge 40 years ago and it was an extremely confusing and brain taxing process! I didn’t stay with it long, partly because we relocated far from my husband’s family and didn’t know anyone who played. I always asked new people I met if they played bridge but couldn’t find a friendly game. If only I’d had Wesley’s app back then I’d probably have found a club and stayed with the game and I wouldn’t be starting over now. Anyway I was delighted to find the Learn Bridge app and expect sometime in the near future to actually feel comfortable playing bridge. I’ve completed the free modules covering all the basics, and am excited to move on to the more advanced bidding. Thanks for this wonderfully done app!

mtwsk ,

Best no-nonsense intro to bridge

Extremely pleased with this app—it’s the best introduction to bridge bidding that I’ve found yet, in book or app form. It will get you up to speed fast, and it covers a range of topics in a very sensible order.

My only complaint is that the format is such that you never play practice hands; you only get quizzed multiple-choice on decisions. So I would recommend pairing it with the Neuralplay Bridge app: learn a little bit, apply it in actual gameplay against the computer in Neuralplay Bridge, and then move on in the lessons. This way you’ll get a sense for why the system is the way it is.

Music1an ,

Excellent with some minor issues

UPDATE: Thank you for the Defense Lesson and enabling swipe to change pages! I know you’re working on the rest of the items 😀 This is a great resource for people learning bridge. Everything is clearly and concisely explained, and the many many well designed exercises help everything sink in faster. This is by far the best bridge tutorial app on any platform that I have come across!

Some minor quibbles and issues:
1) There is no ability to search. Given this is essentially an interactive book I think the ability to search should be a must!
2) The iPad interface looks exactly the same as the iPhone interface which is not ideal. Would work much better by showing the navigation / table of contents on the left and the lessons on the right.
3) In today’s day and age would be good to have some chapters on 2/1 and the other conventions that go with it.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the review! I completely agree with everything you've said :)

After the current lesson I'm working on is done (hopefully by Dec. 20!) I intend to work on some quality of life improvements like swiping pages and aligning elements better on iPhone X. The first lesson in 2020 will definitely be on defense, and 2/1 is likely to come right after that.

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