Android 5.0

Hello dear players, we’re glad to announce the release of a new amazing major version of Poker Analytics for Android.

A release very much oriented around hand histories, but not entirely! Here is what’s new:

  • Hand history recording
  • Hand history replayer
  • Hand history video export
  • Cash game stop notifications

Hand Recording

To develop the recorder, we started with the much loved iOS equivalent and focused on making it even better! We’ve added position shortcuts so you can avoid making N players fold, for example you just tap on the cut-off to make him bet if everyone folded before him.

We’ve also added a lot of flexibility around straddles, so Mississippi straddles are handled, and you can even straddle from any position if that’s how you play!

Lightning fast hand recorder

And once your hand is saved, you can look at it in the replayer, or export it as text or video!

The lovely replayer

Stop Notifications

So what’s that? That’s a pretty unique feature of Poker Analytics. If you’re cash game player, you’d probably be happy if I told you that your optimal session duration is 5 hours, because that’s the duration where you make the most money, and your win rate starts decreasing after that. That’s exactly what the feature does! Requiring a history of about 50 sessions, the app computes your optimal cash game duration and notifies you when you’ve played enough!

You have nothing to do to “use” this feature as you’ll be automatically notified when the time has come.

Just a few things worth mentioning: If you’re a losing player, the app won’t calculate the duration as your priority should probably be on the technical side.

Also, please keep in mind that as poker results are subject to variance, so is the optimal duration. Please use this feature as a reminder that playing the longest you can every time you sit at a table is probably never a good idea. You can read the post we made on the subject.

That’s it! We can’t wait for your feedback on version 5. Please send us a message on how you feel with this new features in your hands. We want to know what you like and what we can do better!

Enjoy and please play safe!

Hand Recording on Android!

We’re very excited to launch a public beta today with the new amazing hand recorder!

We took the best from the iOS app and improved it to record hands even faster. If you’re not interested in the short read just go ahead and download the beta:

What’s new compared to the iOS version?

  • You can straddle from anywhere, hello Mississippi straddle!
  • Shortcuts to jump to a further position, meaning there is no need to specify that N players folded preflop
  • Unknown card value or suit: you can just put X for the value or the suit, and you’re not forced to specify either one.

Note: we haven’t developed the video export yet, but we’ll add it later. Text export is available.

But how do I create a new hand? In the Feed tab, just tap on the plus button and you’ll see the option appear!

The feature is in beta for the moment, that means that we’re craving for your feedback! Whether it’s good or bad, or if you find some bugs, please contact us and tell us about it! Thanks!

Poker Analytics 2.4 for Android

A short post to tell you all that we’ve added Poker Analytics own CSV import / export routine to the Android app.

It’s now possible to export your sessions and your transactions in a CSV file, to whatever place you want.

Go in the More tab and then scroll down

The file can also be imported inside the app, so this becomes the privileged way of backing up your Poker Analytics data. Please do it regularly. We’ll have to wait some more time before we put a cloud synchronization system in place. You can put yourself a regular reminder, and we strongly encourage you to do that, anything can happen to your device!

If you have any questions, hit us up on social media or contact us by mail, we’ll respond as quickly as possible!

Poker Analytics 5.2

Version 5.2 for iOS is now live and available on the App Store, so make sure to update your apps!

Here what’s new:

New stat! Estimated number of hands now available

Available both in the Stats and Calendar tab, you can now have an idea of how many hands you played.

But how is it calculated?

We use a simple rule to estimate this. We’re using a number of hands per hour value (HPH), based on the number of players (NP) at the table, and a constant, whether the session is live or online, representing the total distributed hands per hour (DHPH), to calculate this:


DHPH is 250 for live and 500 for online.

For example, a 10-max live game will give 25 hands per hour. An online 5-max game will give 100 hands per hour.

Session CSV export available right into the Feed

In the Feed, under the Sessions tab, you could until now export a summary of your sessions played as HTML.

Now you’ll also have the option to export those sessions as CSV, so you can use filters as you’d like to export specific subsets of sessions.

Transactions improvements

Two small improvements have been made for transactions:

  • Transactions can now be deleted right into their own screen
  • For new transactions, the bankroll is automatically selected if you use only one

That’s it for 5.2. We hope you stay healthy and wish you the best for these difficult times.

Adding past sessions

Adding a past session in Poker Analytics is definitely possible, and it’s also pretty simple! It starts with creating, as usual, the session of your choice, cash game or tournament.

Then, things will be slightly different whether you’re on iOS or Android.


  1. Tap on date
  2. Select the start date of the session
  3. Select the end date of the session
  4. Validate by tapping on done
edit the start and end date

Then, if you have to change the year, tap on the Year line:

edit the year


  1. Edit the start date
  2. Edit the end date

For each, use the various tools to select the date you want. The year can be changed by taping on the top left button. Validate with “OK”.

That’s it! If you have any question please let us know!