Tally It‪!‬ 4+

Benjamin Vogelzang

Designed for iPad

    • 3.2 • 36 Ratings
    • Free



A simple beautiful tally counter that makes counting easy and fun!

Over 10,000 people agree! Tally It! is the easiest to use tally app in the app store!

Make sure you never lose count again. Keep score, track progress, kill time. Create multiple tally boards so you can keep track of multiple things at once. Full retina graphics for iPhone 5, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

More themes and updates coming soon...

- Swipe up or down to add or remove tallies
- Quickly swipe left or right to change boards
- Tally multiple boards at once using the clicker tab. Great for keeping score.
- Re-order tally boards to maximize productivity
- Quickly change amounts with manual entry
- Quickly change amounts using +/- buttons instead of swiping
- Totals shown for every tally board
- Select from 9 all new themes!

What’s New

Version 1.4

- Updated the clicker tab with new styling
- Made it easier to go back to the main view from any tab
- Small bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

ptquelet ,

Good App

Very useful for tallying large amounts of data. Would be five stars if you could clear things without having to delete the item. I enjoy that you can swipe like a chalkboard or use the plus minus counter.

rlbroke ,


Ok I was looking for a simple app that just did what I needed. Turns out most are that but this one is just cool. I really love this.

Just want to second the comment about the ability to clear a tally. Just a button on the details screen to reset to zero. One little addition would make this perfect.

kimichan5 ,

Love it!

The design is cute and I like the swiping actions (add and take away tallies) and the chalk board is cute. I only wish that you could adjust the size of the tallies (make them really big for fewer tallies or smaller for many tallies).

Highly recommend it!

App Privacy

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