How does it reduce the number of turns to go out?

When you first get the app you should use it to measure your throwing accuracy and express this as a Darts Assistant Rating (DA Rating). The DA Rating is a number between 0 (hopeless) and 100 (perfect). Not even professionals will achieve a DA Rating of 100. It takes time to estimate your DA Rating carefully. But then you only need to estimate it again if you feel your accuracy has improved (or deteriorated).

Why does it need to know how accurate I am?

How does it measure my throwing accuracy?

Then, while a game is in progress, the Darts Assistant keeps score and uses your DA Rating to calculate the best target points, whatever the state of the game. It will also calculate your opponent’s target points, if you wish it to, based on his DA Rating.

How does it keep score?