This Bowling Scorecard App is stylish and easy to use! Another great app from wddonline.
- Find your local bowling alleys by GPS or search by a zip code. (GPS must be enabled)
- Use this App to keep score while you bowl with your friends!
- Supports 1-6 players.
- Visually appealing, user friendly design to easily input your names and scores.
- Select your bowling ball color or weight.
- The App auto scrolls to the next frame and calculates scores so you don't have to.
- When you finish a game, post your scorecard to Facebook to show off your scores! Or save it to your photo library for your personal records.
- Take a framed photo to capture your event and save it to your photo library or post it to your Facebook wall.
- Congratulation pop ups for strikes and spares, and an animation for winning the game.
Don’t see your lanes in the app? Want to brand your location? Contact us to advertise and customize your location! Send a request or comments/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Used it for bowling dice game 😄
The bowling dice game we bought at Walmart had such a small scorecard we had a hard time writing on it. This fits the bill perfectly. We can keep score and actually see the numbers. And it'll save us from looking for writing implements
My son had a bowling meet tonight. The alley’s automatic scoring system went down yesterday, and it won’t be fixed for a couple of weeks. This app made sure that all of the scores were accurate, and it was easy to use. I was able to save the scorecard to my photos for later reference.
I guess That I don't see the point of thi app
All bowling establishments that I patronize in the 21st century have electronic scoring. This app does nothing to add to what I see on the display monitor at the alley.
If the app allowed entry of the detail of remaining pins after the first throw of a frame, then it might help analyze my lines after the fact. Nothing here, except creating a double entry.
It does offer advertisements for HBO. If I wanted HBO, then it would perhaps offer quicker access to sign up. If I remove the ads, then the situation revolves back to my original question; why bother with this app?
If other bowlers see the point of keeping this app on their phone, please school me up.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.