SpitzScore for Android – Spitzer Scorekeeper app

SpitzScore for Android is available now.

Here’s some quick instructions for using the app that will give you an idea of what it’s like to use it:

– Tap a player’s name to add them to the Black Queens team, and tap them again to remove them
– Tap the “+” on a player to add a call for them, such as Zola, or mark them as going Sneaker
– Then select how many point cards the calling/Black Queen team won during the hand
– Double tap Apply Points to add the points and get ready for the next hand. Easy!

SpitzScore – Spitzer Card Game Scorekeeper is Coming Soon

My friends and I play a card game called Spitzer. It’s a complicated game that I’ve drawn a flowchart multiple times to help explain it to others. I’ve created an app to help keep score while playing, and it has proved itself to be incredibly helpful. SpitzScore, the Spitzer Scorekeeper app is coming soon to the iPhone app store and more. Because it has been built by me I am sure it is biased toward my variation of the rules, but hopefully it helps anyone who plays! Future updates will include explanations of the rules of the game to help others learn the game. It’s worth spreading.

The SpitzScore app is coming soon.

Add more details to your todo.txt tasks – Update to DayTasks

An update to DayTasks now supports having line breaks in tasks. You can add all the details you want to any of your tasks and DayTasks makes it easy. Behind the scenes it saves your tasks in one line in the todo.txt file so it will always be compatible when using your todo.txt file from another app or device.

You can use Shift+Enter to add a line break to a task, or try out the Easy Line Breaks option to allow line breaks naturally when editing a task with just hitting Enter. If you turn this on, use Shift+Enter or Ctrl+Enter to save or update a task.

You can try out this update from the beta versions in the PPA now. See details on how to install on the DayTasks page.