I'm a uscf 2100 rated player and I find the problems both enjoyable and at times challenging. The exercises seem well thought out and designed to improve a player's tactical ability. I believe I'm learning a lot working with the app. There's a wide range of problem difficulty so that this app will be helpful to beginners through master level.
It would be nice if there was better description of strategy: What do the arrow hints mean beyond some obscure approach hint which causes more confusion than it resolves? At least tell me where I can go to find out what that means and what all the other symbols mean. I imagine this is great if you know all of this info but I'm new to chess I downgraded from 4 to 3 stars as I became frustrated by the lack of communication.
Helpful strategy lessons for a beginner like me. Sometimes not clear to what the hints refer but that's part of making you think through the problem.
Wonder if they play the game after they write it. Some of the solutions they want you to play seem wrong. But it's an ok game nonetheless.
This is really helpful. Is like a real teacher there for you, even has small examples to explain you if you (like me) don't get what is trying to teach you.
It very helpful for learners and effective but no of exercises are less,reast a better application for improvement.
* Invert board option is replaced by on-board gesture
* Added "Auto next" option - automatically switch to the next exercise
* Added UCI engine support
* Added ability to navigate through lesson using swipe gestures on notation
* Added chess symbols convention
* Added "Copy PGN" option
* Added "Clear statistics" option
* Improved current theme and subtheme storing
* Various fixes and improvements