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I have been using Solebon solitaire for quite a while and I love it! There are 50 highly challenging games to learn so I never get bored. It's an easy way to pass time in an airport, doctors office, anywhere. Also they show you 'how to win' - so if you want to learn a new game you can actually see it play out. (You can play in airline mode but won't be able to see the 'how to win'). They are responsive if you have a problem / question. It's my first go-to app for solitaire - no others compare BTW the free version has ads but very non intrusive and I've actually got some ideas of things I need! If you love solitaire - give it a try - I don't think you'll be disappointed.
It was fixed once. Now it's back. Greedy, childish developer will still blame me because if their refusal to honor settings that are set to no sound. Now they BLARE. I'd already complained about ads with intrusive sound even when I had sound turned off. It was fine for a while, then the latest update has a new twist: I can be 20 seconds into a new game and the sound from an ad I'd deleted/skipped over starts playing loudly in the background - even when the sound is off on the ap and on the phone. I complained to Solebon and they said "It sounds like nothing will make you happy. It's probably better that you simply don't play our app." When I brought to their attention that others have had the problem, they send me via email (which I 'm happy to share to anyone who cares) a two word response "Go away". I wrote Apple about this so they know they have a rude, abusive developer. SO can I submit a negative star review???? I hope Apple looks into this attitude. They feel they couldn't possibly have made me a mistake. I encourage others with the same problem to lodge complaints because if you don't lodge a complaint, they think everything is just rosy. Edit: Developer responded that I insulted them and didn't provide requested info. I provided all available info and was not insult, unless they find truth insulting. Entire email exchange is available and was forwarded to Apple execs.
Been playing solitaire for years, have considered myself a good solitaire player. These people have a very strange scoring system - but that’s not important to me. I’d like to win more than 2 or 3 times in a row- never can! It’s like a setup to lose after 3 games. I’ve switched from so many games I decided to try to stick with this one for a good while. Not understanding the scoring & not winning has lowered my self-confidence in playing solitaire, which I’ve always enjoyed! I hate to think that they can manipulate a game, but I am sure of it! I’ve been playing it several months & I don’t see it as a coincidence —— that being said, I am knowing there are ways you can play by manipulating the cards so that you can win every game just as you can manipulate people to do what you want them to do - I just don’t like playing that way- it’s not enjoyable to me—
Still one of my favorite games. After the last review, where I had 42 straight losses, I went on a winning streak of 226 games. It wasn’t easy. Thanks for keeping it free. It’s the best solitaire game app of the bunch. Plain and simple. Thanks for updating the game for the iPad. This has been my favorite app since I started with my iPad touch. The changes give more ability to customize, and switch between portrait and landscape. Since the new upgrade, I can't seem to win any Klondike games. 42 straight losses! Please look into this! I had the same situation after the previous update. The full adds blow chunks and the (X) button is WAY too small. I see TONS of crap now
If you're looking for a simple offline solitaire game, this is ok. They have cleared up some of the bugs that plagued earlier versions but some of the ads can be intrusive or LOUD. Some of the ads seem like possible spam sources to your app store email (just saying--a specific new type started coming in after installing this). They have expanded the number of game types available and there are a fair number of options to customize look and feel. I like the stats where you can cross compare times and moves vs the highest scorer on each game. Social push for matches seems like a waste though - it's called "solitaire." Previous review: 1 star Subject: Weak If you're looking for a simple offline solitaire game, keep looking. Weak game mechanics (for examples, no autosolving once the deck is clear, bad "grab" and tap recognition), unstoppable ads before every game, movie ads don't respect app volume settings, app doesn't respect system volume settings, tries to drive you to social constantly, possible spam source to your app store email (just saying--a specific new type started coming in after installing this). Basically this is an ad platform and any fun from the games is erased as a result.
Developed by the Solebon LLC,
who have also released the following apps 2048 by Gabriele Cirulli, Letterpress – Word Game, Solebon Solitaire - 50 Games, Spider Card Games, Solitaire by Solebon, Klondike Solitaire Card Games, FreeCell Card Games, Solitaire Pro – 160 Card Games, Solebon Spider Solitaire .
Solitaire by Solebon has 48 463 user reviews.
Solitaire by Solebon has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Solitaire by Solebon (9.0.12) was released on Nov 20, 2019.
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Top-rated Solitaire by Solebon is a classic windows-style Solitaire built for iPhone, iPad and iPod. This Solitaire is ALWAYS FREE and loved worldwide!
Our award-winning 50-game Solitaire suite is elegantly designed with a clean, intuitive interface that is loaded with great features.
50 SOLITAIRE CARD GAMES
• Klondike (Patience)
• FreeCell and Baker’s Game
• 4 versions of Spider
• 10 originals not found anywhere else
• Golf, Pyramid and Yukon plus more favorites
• See complete list below
BEST IN CLASS FEATURES
• Deal Preview with skip option
• Winning Deals (no more unwinnable deals)
• How to Win animations
• Unlimited undo
• Auto play
• Hints, Streak Protector and more
PERSONALIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE
• Custom card backs with your photos
• Large cards with several styles
• Tap-to-move or drag-and-drop card movement
• Select from a variety of color options
• Detailed stats track best scores
• Leaderboards rank your play
• Custom animations celebrate your victories
50 SOLITAIRE CARD GAMES
Accordion, Aces Up, Agnew Sorel, Ambrose*, Askew*, Baker's Game, Baker's Game Easy, Beleaguered Castle, Blind Alleys, Bouquet, Busy Aces, Colorado, Creepy Crawly*, Demon, Doublets, Easthaven, Eight Off, Eight Off Easy, Fanny, Fanny Easy, Fortune’s Favor, Four Seasons, Fourteen Out, FreeCell, FreeCell Easy, Golf, Honeybees*, Klondike Deal 1, Klondike Deal 3, La Belle Lucie, Lady of the Manor, Monte Carlo, Pas Seul, Penguin, Provisional*, Pyramid, Pyramid Easy, Russian Revolver*, Scorpion, Single Rail, Spiderette, Spiderling*, Spiderling 2 Suits*, Spiderling 4 Suits*, Thumb and Pouch, Triple Mulligan*, Vertical, Whitehead, Will o’ Wisp, Yukon. (* indicates Solebon original games not found elsewhere)
This is the free sponsored version of our Solebon Solitaire app.
Published by the team responsible for award winning apps including Letterpress and 2048, this game is available for all iOS devices.
For support and answers to frequently asked questions, head over to http://www.solebon.com/support.html. Follow us on Twitter @SolebonApp. Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SolebonApp. Play everywhere!
This classic card game is built in the USA by the team at Solebon.
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