Brought to you by the developers of Funbridge, Funbridge Quiz 2 (the follow-up to Funbridge Quiz 1) offers hundreds of quizzes on all areas of the game of bridge: auction, lead, attack and defence card play.
The level of the quizzes allows beginners to get started and club players to progress.
Each quiz comes with a detailed explanation of the answer, allowing you to progress quickly.
Funbridge Quiz 2 enables you to set up player profiles so that each family member can play.
Detailed statistics help you track your progress, your highest scores and the types of quizzes you are most comfortable with.
Finally, a comprehensive bridge glossary allows you to know everything there is to know about bridge vocabulary.

Key features:
- 500 quizzes
- Results statistics and score progress
- Detailed and educational answers to each quiz
- Complete glossary of bridge terms
- User profile management
- System used : SAYC

What's New

Version 1.2.0

- Overall optimisation and fixed bugs.

Customer Reviews

Needs better answers & proof reading


This is only valuable as a learning tool and a great concept, but the answers often leave me scratching my head.

A bolded item in the answer has a definition but a phase like "partner call" has both words in bold. Click on them and you get two definitions, which are trite. What does "partner call" mean? Who knows.

An explanation of a wrong answer misdescribes the card holding, mentioning an honor that is not in the hand.

Perhaps this is best used a fun exercise by more advanced players.

Very frustrating for an ACBL player


This quiz is very frustrating. More than once, dialog boxes in French popped up, but I don't know the language. It says the system is "basic" 5-card majors, but lists the Roudi convention along with mainstays such as Stayman and Blackwood. I'd never heard of it before Funbridge, and searching online git me contradictory answers. The quiz itself doesn't explain how it works. It also says "even and odd leads" are used, in the help section, which made no sense to me, but apparently means 3 and 5th against suit contracts. Since I've never used those leads, I got many questions wrong as I kept selecting 4th best. The concept is good and the design is great but this ACBL player gives up on it and it's system.

Great teaching but sharp learning curve


This app I s great. I have learned a lot. However, I wish it would recalibrate when a user doesn't know some of the basic terminology which the app utilizes. It has a glossary though which is very useful. I'd like to score 20/20 on beginner questions and then move to more difficult stuff. Maybe a video demonstration of the conventions it teaches when you get it wrong. Keep up the good work!


34.3 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French
Age Rating
Rated 4+


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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