By Benjamin Mayo
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Bingo Machine calls bingo numbers. With a bingo card in hand, Bingo Machine handles everything else automatically. It replaces the need for a traditional 'bingo caller' tumbler or expensive electronic computer — no more losing balls or spending hundreds on 'professional' equipment.
Bingo Machine really is the best choice. It will randomly call all the numbers of a Bingo Machine with settings to switch between American 75 Ball and English 90 Ball modes. You can even set a timer to have balls called automatically at regular intervals. It can even speak the numbers aloud for you. Bingo Machine includes two real human recorded voices, English Male and English Female. There is also a synthesized speech option for other languages.
Numbers can be reviewed by tapping the Overview button and see the entire board of balls at a glance. You can even continue calling numbers from this screen; you don't lose your place. On iPad, Bingo Machine uses the expanded screen real estate to show everything on screen at once.
For group settings, connect Bingo Machine to an external display (with a cable or AirPlay Mirroring) to see the current ball on the big screen. This is perfect for large meetings, schools and charity events.
You may also want to use Bingo Machine as a teaching tool for learning numbers. Simply long press on the calling button to switch between several languages for the ball caller to use. This means the numbers can be called in a different language to the system selection.
Other bingo machine software is clunky and complex; Bingo Machine for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is the opposite - simple and functional. Modern bingo made beautiful.
What's New in Version 3.1
The iOS 9 update!
- Split-screen multitasking support on latest iPads
- Bug fixes for iOS 9 compatibility
Thanks to all the support so far — please review Bingo Machine if you haven't already. It really helps.
Nonsense TV out
I bought this app to play bingo with my family on xmas, so of course I mirrored it to my projector using VGA adapter. We have a beauty and self explanatory screen on iPad, but on TV out its just a big and ugly giant number, with no history and no balls animation. What? At least give us the chance to disable it!
- Category: Games
- Updated: Sep 22, 2015
- Version: 3.1
- Size: 7.2 MB
- Languages: English, French, Spanish
- Seller: Anthony Mayo
- © 2015 Benjamin Mayo
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.