Ultimate score tracking toolbox

Ever wondered what it would be like if you could have all your gaming history right in your pocket? And not just basic total points, but fully detailed data like in the board game paper scoring sheets.

That’s exactly what ScorePal does!

Except that:

  • it stores a lot more details
  • it works for any type of game
  • it generates stats
  • ohhh… and it sync with BGG too

Features list

Features

ScorePal is designed to be an all in one score tracking solution; it’s packed with features and you have complete control to add as much or as little data to each play. These are just a few of the app features but you can checkout the complete list bellow.

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Clean design

Navigate through the beautifully designed material design screens

Flexibility

Support for games where biggest score is better, smallest score wins, co-ops, or multiple ways to victory.

Tons of features

Track locations, play durations, notes about winning strategies and lots more.

Stat generation

Get insights about your activity, game score breakdowns and compare with others.

BGG integration

Automatically handle syncing your plays to your BGG account.

Data backup

Keep all your data safe with automatic device or Google Drive backups.

Game stats

17287

Unique games

34984

Unique game templates

3826

Users who voted the variants

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Testimonials

Most comprehensive score app yet. Sync with BGG is seamless and developer is working on all the new features I wanted. Keep it up!

Alex WanAug 24, 2018 at 7:34 PM

Suits my needs perfectly, has loads of fantastic features and the dev keeps
updating and tweaking lots of things. Great work!

Peter UnderwoodMay 31, 2018 at 2:15 PM

Finally board gamers who ACTUALLY play board games created a scoring app!!! Love it. Love it. Love it. ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺

R DeckerDec 4, 2017 at 4:31 AM

Probably more data on my game playing than I need, but I love every bit of it. Easier and quicker than finding pen and paper to record scores, and the integration with BGG is super-useful.

Rod SpellmanAug 17, 2017 at 5:56 PM