Gets the job done This app has an easy to use interface, and it queries the tablebase quickly and correctly. Not every chess player needs access to tablebases, but if you want to use them for studying/training, you will find this more convenient than a desktop application or an online tablebase lookup. A good idea for a future enhancement would be selecting a piece and pressing a button to see all the squares that piece could sit on that would not alter the result. This feature is included in some desktop programs.
New in Version 1.30:
* You can now click moves directly in the variation list to lookup subvariations in the table base.
* Added forward and backward arrows to nagivate.