What’s New in Score Card

New In Score Card 2.4 – 2020-05-09

  • Better Name Presentation. When space is available, a player’s full name will be used. If room is too tight, abbreviations and initials will be used.
  • Larger Scores on Larger Devices. On iPadOS, score cards make better use of the large screen real estate.

New In Score Card 2.3 – 2020-06-24

  • Trackpad and Mouse Support. For the latest iPadOS users, you can better control the interface with a trackpad or mouse.
  • Better Dark Mode. Users of Dark Mode will have a much better experience.

New In Score Card 2.2 – 2019-09-19

  • The minimum iOS version has been updated to iOS 13.
  • Dark Mode is supported.
  • Context menus for clearing and deleting rows have been added.
  • The player selection screen has been cleaned up to be more intuitive.
  • Performance improvements and bug fixes.

New In Score Card 2.1.0 – 2019-07-25

  • A new, custom keyboard has been added for easier score entry.
  • Support for all of the latest devices has been added.
  • A general layer of polish has been added to the application.
  • Simple keyboard support for iPad.
  • General bug fixes and performance improvements.

New In Score Card 2.0.1 – 2017-09-18

  • Fixed a small issue with showing the keyboard while editing in certain circumstances.

New In Score Card 2.0.0 – 2017-09-12

  • Completely rewritten to work in the modern era.
  • There’s an all new, modern look to keep your scores looking current.
  • Scores are easier to edit, without have to leave the score screen.
  • Edit your settings while in the game, so you aren’t stuck with what you started out with.
  • Player names are remembered, so you no longer have to retype the names of your friends and family.

New In Score Card 1.0.1 – 2012-10-01

  • Fixes for iOS 6 and iPhone 5
  • Fixed a focusing bug when modifying scores
  • Old games are cleaned out on start up

New In Score Card 1.0 – 2012-09-21

  • Initial release