Of course, once you have your scores captured inside a wee computer, there's more exciting things we can do with them. So the app allows you to:
- keep records of all the games you've ever played, with a very clear visual presentation, associated with the date played
- draw pretty graphs of game progress
- adopt different rule sets (limit hand value, maximum wins as east wind, etc)
- export games to databases, as images, or text files
- automatically roll dice to determine starting positions
- associate notes with each game
- and much more.
If you're interested, then check it out in iTunes here.
I appreciate that it's a niche app. It simply something I wrote to fulfil a personal need. Of course, someone else out there is going to find it useful, too. And so I've polished it, honed it, and produced a really very slick app.
I wrote Mahjong Score Book app back in the summer whilst on holiday, playing Mahjong with friends. It serviced its purpose well then and many times since, and I've learnt a few new iOS techniques whilst polishing off the application.
I'm sure that it won't make me millions, but I'm very proud of what I've produced in a relatively short time. If you know someone who plays Mahjong then please point them at it!