Bingo Caller 90

Bingo Caller 90 for Mac is compatible with Mavericks (10.9) and higher.

Bingo Caller 90 for Windows is compatible with Win 7 and higher.

Brief Description:

Bingo Caller 90 helps you run a 90 number Bingo session. When you open Bingo Caller 90, you see a "Flash Board" with a gray dot for all possible numbers (called numbers are displayed bolded and in a different color), a pull-down menu for selecting Winning Patterns, a display for the Winning Pattern, a large display of the called number, a slider to change the Calling Speed and pushbuttons to control the game.

Bingo Caller 90 is $10 USD shareware. You may try Bingo Caller 90 in Demo Mode for five minutes per launch, after which the app will close. Registration removes this constraint.

Use Command- Q to quit Bingo Caller 90.

If Mac users prefer that numbers be called in another language, they could try a voice in that language. To do this, go to System Preferences > Speech > Text to Speech > System Voice > Customize, download the desired voice (for example, Javier: Spanish - Mexico) and select that system voice to hear called numbers in Spanish. New voices are free.


When you launch Bingo Caller 90, the window expands to fill the display. Above is a typical screenshot after launch. The Flash Board has nine rows of ten numbers (1 to 10 for the top row, 11 to 20 for the next row, etc.). When a number is called, the gray dot for that number changes to a colored and bolded number. There are controls to set the Winning Pattern, set the Calling Speed, display the Called Number and display the number of called numbers.

Above is a screenshot of a Strip. Each Strip is unique and numbered. A Strip has six Tickets. Each Ticket has three rows of nine boxes. Each Ticket row has five numbers and four blanks. A Ticket has 15 numbers. Column one of a Strip has all numbers from one to nine. Column two has all numbers from ten to 19, etc. A Strip has all numbers from one to 90 with no repeats.


Above is a screenshot of a game underway. The Caller has changed the font color to red (the Font Color menu item lets you choose between blue, green, red, orange, purple and black colors). Thirty-four numbers have been called and the game is paused. The Winning Pattern is Line Two for any Ticket. The drop-down Patterns menu lets the Caller select the Winning Pattern (None, Any One Line, Any Two Lines, Three Lines, Line One, Line Two, Line Three, Lines One and Two, Lines One and Three, and Lines Two and Three). If the Winning Pattern has alternatives (example: Any Two Lines), they will be displayed, one at a time. The Caller has set for numbers to be called every five seconds.

Press the "Start Game" button. A number will be called and the Flash Board will update. A "Pause" button is provided to stop the action when someone calls "Bingo" to allow the numbers to be checked against the Flash Board and the Winning Pattern. When the action is paused, the button will display "Continue" and pressing this button will continue the calling. A "Clear Game" button is provided to use when a game is over.

Sound is supported. Sound may be turned On or Off using the Sound menu item.

Strips may be printed in batches of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 for selected Letter Size (US Letter or A4); follow Help instructions for this. Until registered, the batch size is limited to one Strip at a time.

Select System Voice and Speaking Rate with settings in System Preferences/Speech/Text-to-Speech.

Settings for Sound (On/Off), Calling Speed, Font Color, Print Batch Size, and Strip numbering information are saved between sessions.

Help information may be printed.

Click here to download Bingo Caller 90 Version 2.0.1 for Mac that fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, (4.8 MB, OS 10.9 or later, zip).

Click here to download Bingo Caller 90 Version 1.1 for Windows that fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, (2.3 MB, Win 7 or later, zip).

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