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Introducing my new Chess app

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  • Introducing my new Chess app

    Hello !

    After a few months of hard work, I am glad to release my new Chess iPhone app, Chess Battle.
    In a nutshell, the point is to challenge other players on Chess puzzles, to see who is going to be the quickest to solve them.
    A small explanatory video will help you understand how it works: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBZMtRGMVB0

    Any feedback or comment will be much appreciated, on this thread or directly to my email address: contact.chessbattle@gmail.com

    Download the app directly at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id943514747

    I sincerely hope you will appreciate it
    Simon
    Developer of Chess Trainer, a cool app for the Iphone

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  • #2
    Sounds cool.
    I float like a pawn island and sting like an ignored knight

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    • #3
      Which game to put on my iPad?

      I have Shredder , Stockfish, tchrssbpro and a few others on my old iPad. I want to put the best chess game on my new iPad. Which do you consider the best for an iPad? It does not have to be any of the above..

      Wouldr appreciate your help.

      Skippy

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      • #4
        I forgot Hisrcs. Please add that to my games I listed.

        Skippy

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        • #5
          Hello skippy,

          well you can try my app if you want to do some tactical training and have fun with your friends
          About the other apps, I am not sure I know them well enough to have a reliable enough opinion on them
          Developer of Chess Trainer, a cool app for the Iphone

          My blog
          My twitter
          Chess Trainer on facebook

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          • #6
            Hello,

            the second version of Chess Battle is now released !
            Amongst other things, here are the main updates:
            - a "clue" button to help you when you're lost
            - a chat window to let you talk with your opponents
            - many new easy puzzles for complete beginners
            - a new special offer: invite friends and get a one-week free PRO account for both of you

            Hope you will like it.

            regards,
            Simon
            Developer of Chess Trainer, a cool app for the Iphone

            My blog
            My twitter
            Chess Trainer on facebook

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            • #7
              Software for IPAD can be found in the Apple Store.
              What is the best Chess App? The App above sounds very good.
              Shredder and HIARCS are top of the line APPs. HIARCS came out with an upgrade in November 2014.
              Shredderchess Shredder, the most successful chess program ever, is now also available for the Apple iPad.

              You can play against Shredder for iPad, analyse with him and solve chess puzzles. It offers the usual Shredder standard for your pocket.

              The computer version of shredder accepts database program.

              HIARCS now has lower level play for weak players.

              Other Apps: The Apple Store has a lot of chess Apps. Most are to say the least junk or maybe just interesting. One game the pawn at the 8th rank automatically becomes a Queen. No choice. Go with Shredder, HIARCS, and the App above. The best option.

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