What kind of software/apps do you use to track your results of games with friends or in clubs?
How do you track your wins/losses and progress while casually playing chess?
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I recommend SCID. It's free and works on any operating system, and there are even mobile versions available.
As far as recording your games during casual play, I would just use regular score sheets and enter them in the computer later. If you play online, sites like Chess.com let you download your games in PGN format, which can be imported into SCID or other database software.
Most people who use databases prefer to only include their tournament games, since casual games are going to show patterns that might not apply when you're playing serious chess. You could keep them in a separate database if you really want to record everything.
For fun, see how much of a casual game you can play back from memory after the game is over. You will remember more if: