Solid app with 2 issues. #1) I'd like to be able to continue as mine after I've gone through what the app sees as the end of the opening as opposed to not being able to move any pieces as it is now. #2) There needs to be a better way to see the openings by name. Perhaps a list on the side/bottom where one can uncheck certain openings as you progress to see the others available in that position.
For beginners a very good app to START learning opening theory but would probably be useless for players above ELO 2000... the database is to shallow and narrow and will teach up to 10 moves max in the mainlines... good interface and idea, please increase depth and this will be 4-5...
This is the best I have seen so far. Have more options for possible answers in your quiz questions. I would like to also suggest to add "Blunders" as a quiz category. The idea here is to have the quiz taker to identify which move (which isn't obvious) would result in a disadvantage in an opening.
Very useful. Love the quiz feature. Master games apparently don't go back very far and you can't seem to search in them. Don't expect to find any "amateur" openings like the Colle.
Bad to use and understand for new players. It quizzes u over openings you never got thought? From wtf fix it so it's easier to understandfor new players
To get better at chess you must understand why moves are made, so this app cannot help you here. Regardless, it is a great app that helps stimulate the mind in a different way that will help contribute. I really like it.
- New "Quiz" mode (available from the top right menu)
- Multiple bug fixes
- Removed banner ads on main screen