Why not make sure to use the technology that is available to us for anything that we need it for? You might not have thought of using applications to enhance your ability to play a card game, but it is definitely possible.
Applications have come a long way and we have access to anything from cooking apps to fitness apps and what is most important to us, applications which can help us learn and practice bridge.
Here are the best applications for those who want to learn and practice bridge.
FunBridge is a site but also an application, completely devoted to the game of bridge. They strive to make sure that you learn the game but also have fun doing it. It is available for the iOS and Android phones and can be used through the website by any device.
There is the option to play against human opponents and of course, AI, if you want to practice bridge.
There is the option to play with a partner-only, so that you can get your practice for real matches against another partnership. You can also have unlimited turns and play for as long as you want.
The best part about funbridge is that the app and site are user-friendly and that they can entertain as easily as they can teach.
This application was made by NeuralPlay and as their name suggests, you will have your mind engaged. This app is a great place to start if you want to actually learn bridge. You can play against an AI and see what moves they have done, to learn why their moves were better in the situation.
You can also practice certain hands or tricky situations, to learn how to get out of a pickle if you get a “bad” hand. The point of this app is to learn from your mistakes and to replay the problems until you learn how to solve them. The app offers hints and guides on how to approach problems, and not just learn the solutions by heart.
As the name suggests, this application is only available for iOS devices, whether phones or tablets. This is problematic for Android users, but it is still a good app, even though it is platform-exclusive.
What makes it good is the ability to play offline and learn even if you are not connected to the internet. The app also allows you to compete against other players. It is popular enough that you should be able to find a match no matter when you get into a queue. The app is also good for beginners, because it has interactive hints to help you along the way.
Bridge Base Online
This is both a site and an application, which makes it a great choice if you switch devices a lot. Some prefer playing on their phones while others are more accustomed to larger screens and a keyboard and mouse.
As a learning tool, it is a great place to start, but it is also good if you want to start playing against real opponents, from beginners to experienced veterans.
These are the best applications to download if you want to play and practice bridge. From learning to competing against experts, these apps will have your bridge needs covered.