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Best Billiards App For Games, History and Halls

Billiards is one of those games where you either love it or hate it; there is no sitting on the fence. For those who are fans, then we are almost certain that they have downloaded an app or two from the App Store for their iOS device. Playing these games on the iPhone and iPod Touch was fun, but the small screen did spoil things a little. However, the introduction of the iPad and its larger screen seemed to breath some life into these apps.

While doing some research we found that there is not just billiards apps for gaming, but also those for locating halls for you to play the game for real, as well as details on the history of the game. You will be surprised how many there actually are.

The first app that we have for you is one of the most popular if you are looking to play billiards on your Apple iOS device. Billiards costs just $3.99 and is said to be as easy as playing on your home computer, but for a fraction of the cost. There are five different games to choose from, and we are told that all tables can be customized for your liking.

For those of you who wish to find a billiard hall near you; then maybe you should try iLocate — Billiards. This app costs just $0.99 and has a huge database giving you details of each hall along with directions to them as well, all at the touch of a button. Some of the features include one click contact details, view by list or maps, easy scroll and much more.

Te final app that we have found is all to do with the history of the game; History of Billiards costs just $0.99 and also offers instructions on how to play the game. I am not a billiards player, so was surprised to know that there is more than one version of the game.

For more apps on billiards then visit App Shopper.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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