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I left a one star review (see below). Mobilityware was kind enough to respond with information including the fact that they do have a paid ad free version. I was puzzled because I couldn’t find it in the App Store. I had recently switched to a different iPad which I set up manually. In that process I unknowingly installed the unpaid version of Mobilityware’s FreeCell with ads. The unpaid version shares the same icon as the paid version in the App Store and on the screen. I couldn’t find a paid version because I had already purchased it. In the App Store both versions with the same icon both showed a cloud rather than a price. The problem was user error and I am that user. All I can say is it would be helpful if the icon or the text made clearer the differences between the paid and unpaid versions. Thanks Mobilityware. I am glad to be able to play the daily challenges without ads. May 15 one star review:I have used Freecell, Spider, Solitare and Jig Saw Puzzles from Mobilityware for several years. I love them all. The latest update to Freecell has video ads which MUST be watched to get to the game. That is unacceptable to me. I would much rather pay for games to get the option of no ads. To demonstrate that, I just paid over $5 for Brainium’s Freecell without ads. Mobilityware, please let me know if/when you give an option to pay for ad free software.
...but this game is simply awesome. I have improved greatly and I win much more often now because the game is engaging and entertaining. I love the fact that you can customize the background and card backs. The game controls are intuitive and easy to master, yet they also are comprehensive and don’t hinder the gameplay in their simplicity. I find the animations are a nice little reward when I win. I do have one small bit of feedback, though. I have made it to Grand Master level and every time I fill up the points bar, it shows a badge icon like there’s another title above Grand Master. There isn’t. I still love being able to see my points total, but I could do without having to clear that badge icon every couple of days. Like I said it’s a small bit, certainly not worth deducting a star, but worth looking into I think. Thanks for the years of great games and keep them coming!
This is the best one I’ve found. I finally bought it. The free version had irritating ads. I put up with it for a while until I got tired enough to pay for the ad free version. It’s worth to me. Update: this “was” my favorite game for various reasons. My go to game. But then they did an update. I didn’t mind some of the changes. Though it was irritating to go in and have to reset up my preferences. But with this new version I lost what made this my go to game over the others. It filled the screen, taking away the time and battery level at the top. That’s why I played this game over others. I could keep track of both easily. With that gone, I am now playing something else during times I need to keep track. Too bad, it’s becoming less and less attractive for me.
Update. The daily goals now has some use for me! However, is probably not the use you intend. Because it tells me that I have won my first game of the day, I now only play one game per day. (To be clear, this is meant as tongue-in-cheek; I would still prefer a way to disable daily goals.) I love this game, because much of it is old-school FreeCell, with the ability of playing both random games and numbered games. However, I have no intention of playing it daily. I have daily goals for Spanish, not for solitaire. Please give us a way to totally turn daily goals off. I’ll bump it back up to five stars if you do.
I enjoy playing this version of freecell, but have found two issues that are irritating. First, there is great emphasis on goals and striving to achieve new levels. That’s not why I play solitaire. I play solitaire to relax. I wish I could turn off all the flashing notifications and just enjoy the game. The other issue is this. I like to play winnable games. On a recent flight to Alaska, I tried to play and was told that the “winnable game” option was only available when connected to WIFI. WHAT???!!! I travel a lot internationally, and am often out of WIFI range! Why can’t they include a selection of winable games that can be available offline? If these two issues were corrected, I would gladly give this game 5 stars.
Developed by the MobilityWare,
who have also released the following apps Crown Solitaire: Card Game, Solitaire, Spider Solitaire: Card Game, Addiction Solitaire•, Mahjong Solitaire·, FreeCell Solitaire Card Game, Castle Solitaire: Card Game, Pyramid Solitaire - Card Game, Spider Go: Solitaire Card Game, Word Wiz - Connect Words Game .
FreeCell has 10 943 user reviews.
FreeCell has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of FreeCell (5.1.2) was released on Apr 08, 2019.
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Play the BEST FreeCell Solitaire game on your Apple device, made by MobilityWare -- the #1 Solitaire developer!
FreeCell has a fresh new look, and a BRAND NEW Goal Progression feature! Each day you will receive new goals to tackle. Complete daily goals to gain XP and level up
to exclusive titles! With this purchased version, enjoy ad-free play!
FreeCell Solitaire adds a new element of strategy to the classic solitaire games Klondike. After dealing from a standard deck of 52 cards, use the four free cell spots as placeholders as you try to move all of the cards from the Foundation stacks for a win. Just like Klondike solitaire games, you must move cards from the Tableau to the Foundation cells by suit, in ascending order. Most FreeCell games can be solved, if you can find the right strategy.
You've played FreeCell solitaire on your computer, and now you can play FreeCell, anywhere at any time of the day! You won’t want to play any other FreeCell solitaire game again!
FREECELL SOLITAIRE FEATURES:
- NEW Goal Progression
- Ad-free play
- Highlight Movable Cards
- Step-by-step tutorial
- Random games
- 1 million well known games
- Game state saved when interrupted
- Unlimited undo
- Auto complete to finish game
- Tap to move or drag and drop
Solitaire Games Ad-Free
- FreeCell Solitaire is ad-free!
- Klondike solitaire or other solitaire game fans will love FreeCell!
- Solitaire games can be random or one of one million well known games.
Brain Games with Solitaire
- FreeCell Solitaire can be for beginners or those looking for an addicting brain teaser!
- FreeCell instructions included in the app.
Brain Games – If you enjoy brain teasers, you’ll love FreeCell Solitaire!
- Brain training with FreeCell Solitaire! Track your stats within the app.
FreeCell solitaire has never been more fun! With two unique control schemes, randomized FreeCell card decks, and in-depth stat tracking, FreeCell is one of the fun addicting games you’ve been waiting for.
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