Material Scrum Poker

Material Scrum Poker Free App

Rated 4.89/5 (18) —  Free Android application by Endran

About Material Scrum Poker

Planning poker or Scrum poker is an efficient way to estimate the complexity of a piece of work, or User Story, in Story Points. As a professional Agile craftsmen you will boost your estimation and refinement meetings using this app.

Let the power of gamification enhance your estimation quality, and let delightfully crafted cards and animations boost your happiness. Select your card and it will get staged. With the tap of a button, or a shake of your phone the card will be revealed. But when all of you during the planning session are using this app, the app just knows when everybody is ready and will auto reveal... That's the power of Nearby!

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How to Download / Install

Download and install Material Scrum Poker version 1.6 on your Android device!
Downloaded 1,000+ times, content rating: Everyone
Android package: nl.endran.scrumpoker, download Material Scrum Poker.apk

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For everyone
Android app

App History & Updates

What's Changed
By popular demand the font size of the card has been bumped. Based on your feedback they are now more readable from across the room, while maintaining the awesome look and feel.
More downloads  Material Scrum Poker reached 1 000 - 5 000 downloads
Version update Material Scrum Poker was updated to version 1.6
More downloads  Material Scrum Poker reached 500 - 1 000 downloads

What are users saying about Material Scrum Poker

by Q####:

Does exactly what it needs to

by Y####:

Numbers are very small. But everything else is perfect

by J####:

Does the job with some very nice material animations. I like the use of the nearby feature but I haven't had a chance to use it yet. Shake to reveal works nicely when the team is using a different method for their cards.

by R####:

Very good app, quick update with bigger font size for better visibility. Thanks!

by A####:

It worked fairly well using the Nearby feature. Weird thing is, I noticed a quiet buzzing noise coming from my phone's speaker, which varied depending on whether I had a card selected or revealed. Is that part of Nearby? Does Nearby literally use the speakers + microphone to communicate with nearby devices?

by Z####:

Good set but the selection set is too large meaning it needs more than a single screen. Sorry my fingers ain't THAT fat. You could fit it onto a single screen eliminating the need to scroll it. It loses a point for such a needless and obvious weakness...

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18 users