iPhone X improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
No "quick" stacking.
I was looking to replace my old Solitaire app, which no longer works with the current version of iOS 8. This app seemed straightforward enough, but I deleted it after I realized there was no quick way of "stacking" cards, as in if I wanted to place a queen of hearts in column A on top of a king of clubs in column B, you can't just double-tap the card. You have to select the card and then double-tap the card you want to place it on top of.
This might be a plus for those looking for a more realistic cards-on-the table feel for Solitaire, but I wanted a version more adapted to the limitations of an iPhone screen, on which you can easily waste precious seconds by accidentally selecting the wrong card or column if your thumb doesn't quite hit the target.
Seems like a nice enough app, but not the one for me.
It's nice to win once and a while, not here
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.