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Price: $1.35

Rating: 2.75/5 (404 votes)


Organize and play bingo games with friends and family everywhere without carrying the cage and the balls. Bingomatic will generate bingo cards,write it down in a piece of paper and use the app as cage and balls.

Bingo cards generator (two different formats, UK & US Bingo) + Bingo caller with voice in several languages. (EN,SP,FR,DE & IT) + History board to check which numbers has been called and which not. + QR codes to check the bingo and line. + Prize calculator + Playable bingo cards. You can use it as bingo card when another device is acting as bingo caller. + Different dabber colors when using bingo cards. + Autogenerated pdf with bingo cards and theirs QR codes ready to be printed (via this web or via the app) + Automatic or manual mode. With different speed levels or custom time between numbers. + US bingo with letters, and the option of select which column will be called or not.

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