Hearts 4+


    • 4.7 • 2.7K Ratings
    • Free



Play the card game Hearts against three computer opponents. Card faces are large and easy to see and arranged so you click exactly the right card -- and just one time. Point running totals and game scores are always visible on screen. From the maker of the popular Pinochle card games for iOS.

What’s New

Version 8.3.0

Support for new devices. Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
2.7K Ratings

2.7K Ratings

pgkaren ,

Nice Layout/Constantly Crashes Now

The app has been doing frequent updates and ever since, it crashes. A lot. Enough that you have to delete it and reinstall.
It’s too bad, because it’s a nice layout. You can select speed of play, recommendations on/off and a wide range of card and playing surface options. Super bummed that it’s crashing so much lately.

bobblefooter ,

Better than most

As in most hearts games, there is often a “chosen one” who is slated to win. This player will almost always have good cards, usually get the Jack of diamonds, and quite often be the one to hand you the queen of spades… Often when you play a card that should not get you the queen of spades. The other two players will be village idiots who are tripping over themselves to take as many points as possible, making it virtually impossible for you to direct points to the chosen one. Additionally one of the village idiots will often threaten to shoot the moon, requiring you to take several points to stop them while the chosen one magically seems to get no points hand after hand.

Having said that, this game will at times shift who the chosen one is. The person who seems slated to win, if you can manage to give them a few points, will become persona non grata. This at least is better than most hearts games. All in all it’s fun.

TheZenMonkey ,

Best Hearts game on iOS

I’ve tried a lot of them because I am addicted to Hearts. This is my favorite. The banner ad during the game is very unobtrusive and there’s only one full screen ad after every game, which is quickly dismissed. There’s a fun range of options for card backs, table colors, etc., and the AI is good enough that it’s fun to play against. My only desire would be a TRAM (the rest are mine) button, where you can automatically take the rest of the tricks if that’s guaranteed to happen. I’ve used it in other games and it’s a nice time-saver. The developer is also very responsive to bugs, which are usually squashed as soon as they crop up. This game is not out to sell you anything — it’s just to have fun playing. Just what I want.

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