Use Bocce Scoreboard to Keep Score at any Baseball Game.
The Simplicity of Operation Makes this App Useful in a Variety of Situations...

Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe for iPhone and iPad is a simulation of a simplified scoreboard typically found at community bocce courts. The app is useful in any situation where it is necessary to keep an accurate score for a Bocce game.

Often times the scoreboard at community bocce courts are not available during the game. The Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe app is available to you whenever and wherever you have your iPhone or iPad.

There are a broad number of applications for Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe:

  • Parents and fans at bocce games.
  • Players and fans at community bocce league games.
  • Classroom bocce games (i.e. Math Quizzes).

You might also like Football Scoreboard and Basketball Scoreboard.


Special features make using Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe fun to use:

1. Tap the plus or minus icons to edit the score.

2. Tap the character icon to change the announcer's voice.

3. Use the trophy icon to set the number of points needed to win.

4. Turn sound effects speech on or off by tapping the settings button.

5. Designed for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV.

Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe is available exclusively for iPhone and iPad devices. Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe can be found on the App Store or by clicking this link. With the iPad's larger screen it can be easily used as the cool high tech display for league bocce games. Keep your bocce players focused on the game with the attractive Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe screens.



  Ideas for Teachers  

Use Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe in the classroom for some fun math problems:


1. Show a random number of points for the red team and different random number for the green team. What's the difference? What's the total?

  2. If the scoreboard shows 6 points for the red team, how many more points are needed to win?  
  3. If the scoreboard shows 8 points for the red team and 4 for the green team, what percent of the total score are red team points?  
  4. Make a circle graph to compare the points for the red team and the green team.  
  5. Show 8 points for the red team. What is the average number of points per player?  
  6. Tell the class a record of the final scores for three imaginary games. Show the scores on Bocce Scoreboard Deluxe. What is the total number of points scored for both teams? What is the difference?