I used to love it It used to be the only solitaire game in the play store I ever liked. Always wanted the cards to be more customizable, though. Anyway, I recently upgraded from a Galaxy S3 to an LG G4, but unfortunately the G4 doesn't have a menu button among any of its Home buttons. So, now I can't access the other games like Freecell, the settings, save button or even the exit button. I wish there were an 'in-game' menu button, from which I could do all of that. Until that is added, it's mostly useless to me.
Pretty good I like it because it's simple and doesn't crash. That being said, if it was a bit nicer to look at I'd give it 5 stars. The only real issue is the lack of a GameOver screen, meaning when you have no moves left, it should tell you so and end the game. Overall a solid solitaire app, it just looks like it's from Windows 95
Clean and simple Great app but, that was on my EVO. Now that I have the new DNA by HTC it seems to chug just a bit. I think it needs to be optimized for a hi def (true 1080 - 441ppi (totally awsome)) screen. Now, 2 years later I have a galaxy note 4. Looks and responds great. Update 07/18/16: Got the marshmallow update and the game wants to open at 1/4 screen size but drags cards as though it were full screen. Basically it doesn't work anymore. Needs to be updated.
Pretty good ... except for spider solitaire Fun app with several games to choose from. Ad-free and fun to play. The only issue is with spider solitaire, which does not have a good way to deal cards, for those without a track ball or search button on their phones (mine is a Samsung phone; also didn't work on my last phone)
Great! If you're looking for a good solitaire game that does what it's supposed to this ones great. No fancy graphics or anything, just a solid basic game. There are a few variations of solitaire within the game but I only play the standard version. No ads which is awesome. I have had this app on several phones over the past few years and never once had it crash or had an issue with it. Great simple app.
Good, but need a gfx fix Fun game, and works well. The only thing is the "auto moves" on my Nexus 5 is much slower than on my old SGS1 making the finishing time in Free Cell higher. I think it may be a fixed speed based on screen resolution, because the N5 is much higher res than the SGS. Also, the cards are not looking as sharp on the higher resolution.