Solitaire X 4+

A Modern Classic

Adam Amadio

Designed for iPad

    • 3.8 • 12 Ratings
    • Free



Solitaire X is the only solitaire that's designed to look and feel right at home with the modern design language and feature set of today's latest devices. Take one of the worlds most popular games on the plane, subway, bus or anywhere for FREE!

Fully optimized for all iOS 14 devices including the iPhone 12, 12 mini, 12 Pro, and 12 Pro Max

- 1 Draw Klondike
- 3 Draw Klondike
- FreeCell
- Vegas mode and winnings counter
- Comprehensive game statistics with streak tracking
- Completely OFFLINE
- Show or hide face down cards for more play area
- Shake to start a new game
- Landscape and multitasking on iPad, try putting Solitaire X side by side with other apps!
- Physics, blurs, haptics, motion effects, dark mode, and more!

NOTE: To clear up any confusion, we've chosen to use the Roman numeral "X" to denote the card "10" for aesthetic reasons

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What’s New

Version 2.1.2

Fixed settings switch animation. Minor tweaks for new devices.

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

JIzzanthopus ,

Some bugs, but GOOD

I like how simple and BS free this version is. Beautiful and clean looking. Far superior version of Solitaire, even with bugs.

However, I have a few recurring issues that are making my gameplay frustrating. If these bugs can be corrected, I will amend this review.

First, when playing simple klondike, I would work through the draw deck and (seemingly) on the last card in the deck, the little plus sign would grey out and become an x. When this happens, I cannot draw new cards and it will not restack the draw deck. Nothing could change it back to a + sign. I had to close the app and restart to continue playing. This happened often and with no discernible pattern. -1 star there.

Next, I had an agonizingly frustrating experience trying to return to the menu. Again, closing and reopening the app did the trick. After a few days playing, I figured out that there IS a swipe right mechanic to return to the menu. But it worked almost never. Seriously, many many failed swipes until it finally worked for whatever reason. -1 star.

The last point isn't bad enough to lose a star, but I just have to say I learned the controls in the app as well as game rules largely by trial and error. Man, I'm familiar with the games, but I don't have free cell rules memorized by heart. I would love to see a list of controls and game rules somewhere in the menu to avoid confusion like mine for others.

Overall, I really like this app, especially compared to the other versions of Solitaire on the app store. I had to share my experiences, in the hope of making a great app even better. I only meant to offer constructive observations, not to nit pick. 🖖

Developer Response ,

Hey, thanks for playing! Totally hear your frustration with the swipe-back gesture. On first install we should have a little animation hinting that it's there, but we're working on a bit of a better model for the future. Once you get the hang of it it should work every time!

If you're having trouble reloading the deck, you might be in "Vegas Mode" accidentally. In vegas mode the rules are a little stricter and the decks don't refresh, so feel free to disable that in settings and you should be back in business.

GraceOM ,


Well designed. Minimalist. Does everything that the developer said it would do. + more. For me I like looking at an old game in a new way. Playing it is familiar and very new at the same time. It is challenging in a way I like.

🙄😠😡 ,

Update for worse

I congratulate you for your great update, good job. However, now the app does not work well after the update. I enter a game and when I want to go "backwards" it hangs up. it does not move anything, neither up or down nor for one side or the other. I liked the previous version better. They should look at all the flaws before launching an update!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your review, we're sorry you are having trouble with this.

We actually changed the way to go back to the menu in response to users having trouble with the back gesture in the previous versions. The new way to exit a game is to drag downwards or tap at the top of the window just above where you place the cards.

I hope this helps and let us know if you have other issues with the update!

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