Bingo Caller for Mac is compatible with Snow Leopard, Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite.
Bingo Caller for Windows is compatible with Win 7, Win 8, and Win 10.
Bingo Caller helps you run a Bingo session. When you open Bingo Caller, you see a "Flash Board" with 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 is $10 shareware. You may try Bingo Caller in Demo Mode for five minutes per launch, after which the app will close. Registration removes this constraint.
Mac Version 4.2.0 is a minor enhancement. Mac Version 4.1.0 fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, including HDMI 720p, internal or external.
Windows Version 3.1.1 fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, including HDMI 720p, internal or external.
If Mac users prefer that numbers be called in another language, you might want to try a voice in that language. For example, you could go to System Preferences > Speech > Text to Speech > System Voice > Customize, download Javier (Spanish - Mexico) and select that system voice to hear called numbers in Spanish. New voices are free.
Click here to see Bingo Caller Pro, a full featured version (Macintosh OS 10.6 or later; Windows Win 7, Win 8, and Win 10).
Click here to see Custom Bingo, a way to play with BINGO or Custom Letters (Macintosh OS 10.6 or later; Windows Win 7, Win 8, or Win 10).
Click here to see Bingo Match, play Bingo with images (Macintosh OS 10.6 or later; Windows Win 7).
Click here to see Custom Bingo Sheets, make your own customized bingo sheets (Macintosh OS 10.4 or later).
Click here to see Business Bingo (Macintosh OS 10.6 or later; Windows Win 7, Win 8, and Win 10).
Click here to see My Bingo Cards (Macintosh OS 10.6 or later; Windows Win 7 or Win 8).
You may select a Winning Pattern from the drop-down menu or you may click on the cells manually to make the desired pattern. If the cell is Black, it will turn to White, and if a cell is White, it will turn to Black. You can change the Winning Pattern when the game is paused.
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 pick.
The menu bar has a Reference pick with links to three Internet Bingo sites.
The menu bar has a Font Color pick to let you select a different color schemes (blue, green, red, orange, and purple). You can change the color scheme between games.
Above you see a Bingo game in process. The 27 numbers which have been called are shown bolded with a colored font (red in this image). The last number called was "N 37" and the Winning Pattern for this game is an Outside Diamond. The Calling Speed is set for five seconds (range is five to thirty seconds).
Above you see an example of a CSoM Bingo Sheet. Each sheet provides four unique, numbered Bingo patterns. To print CSoM Bingo sheets:
a. Select the desired quantity of CSoM Bingo sheets (1, 5, 10, 20, 50 or 100) using the Print Batch Size menu pick.
b. Print a Batch using the File > Print Bingo Card Batch menu pick. Caution: Be sure the Copies quantity in the print dialog box is set for "1" (any other number will print that many identical sheets).
Settings for Sound (On/Off), Calling Speed, Color Scheme, Print Batch Size, and CSoM Bingo Sheet numbering information are saved between sessions.
Click here to download Bingo Caller Version 4.2.0 for Mac that fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, including HDMI 720p, internal or external. (2.8 MB, OS 10.6 or later, zip).
Click here to download Version 4.1.0 for Win 7, Win 8, and Win 10 that fills a display 800 x 600 or higher, including HDMI 720p, internal or external. (2.3 MB).