Enjoy a Session of Bingo with Bingomatic for Android
Many people enjoy time with family and friends, but sometimes the lack of activities can turn the gathering into a rather boring experience. No more! XDA member losdelpla has developed a portable bingo application for Android devices. Simple and effective, the app can generate random bingo boards, which will have to be written down in a piece of paper, and will act as the cage with the numbered balls as well. Think about it, no more trying to get your children to stop taking the numbers, no more picking them up from the floor, and no more carrying a bingo game around every time you go for a get together. It is the ultimate solution for all bingo lovers out there.
Bingomatic is an application to play bingo games with friends no matter where you are. You only need some paper to copy there the bingo cards that the app generates. Then start the game, bingomatic will call the numbers like a bingo caller machine. It can do it in several languages and you can configure the speed at wich the numbers will be called.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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