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My friends and I use rankade, which has an app both for iOS and Android (but I prefer the webapp, personally, as it has the graphs). You can use it for every game, and the thing I like the most is the fact that it gives you the whole history (and rankings) for both the group (collective matches) and for each single boardgame. I don't think it can track every ...
It seems that Rankade.com suits your needs. Me and my friends use it to keep score and rankings from over 100 games, and with over 600 matches. You can see the public page of our group here. It's free, with apps for mobile and webapp. I also have different groups for sports or other games.
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