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New Android™ App by ChessFriends.com – Play Chess in Your Mobile!

Stanislav Pavlovič | February 5, 2013 – 17:444 Comments | 5,784 views
New Android™ App by ChessFriends.com – Play Chess in Your Mobile!

A new application for Android™ has been released bringing many new cool features. The application is closely tied to our website, offering similar features and allowing you to use your profile with mobile online games. Play from your mobile against more than 200 000 registered players!

 


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Big international community

ChessFriends.com and its affiliated websites have more than 200 000 players registered. As the websites are in effect language mutations of ChessFriends.com, people from all around the world are able to play online chess against each other. The android app is integrated into this network, enabling you to challenge players around the globe.

Users from tens of countries are online regularly.

Support for Multiple Languages

The mobile app itself is available in multiple languages, including English, Russian,  Spanish, French, German, Polish, Romanian,  Czech and Slovak. You can choose your preffered language of the interface, but still meet opponents from many countries.

Various languages are supported. If you can't understand this, you propably don't speak Slovak.

Various Ways to Play Chess Online

At our website, you can play online chess in various ways, which is reflected in the mobile app. If you like to take your time to think, you can play an hour-long game. In contrast, if you prefer exciting, fast-paced games, you can choose to play Bullet or Blitz games.

Time control is fully customizable and challenges can be filtered according to various criteria.

Rated and Unrated Chess Games

For recreational players, unrated games are available. You can play purely for the enjoyment of a game, or train to become better. If you want to have your progress tracked, you can choose to play rated chess games. After every game, your rating is lowered or raised according to the result.

With our Android chess app you can play rated and unrated games.

 

Play Chess Against Computer

If you prefer computer opponents, ChessFriends.com offer several levels of AI, ranging from the novice Level 1 to the almost unbeatable Level 7.

Our Android app also allows you to play against computers.

Player Profiles for More Convenient Experience

You can also play using your own profile for ChessFriends.com or affiliated website. This allows you to play rated games for score, as well as access your account from various desktop and mobile devices.

You can log in with your account for ChessFriends.com (or affliated website) to access more features.

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    • Rob Leemans says:

      Since the last update the Android app Schaak online is not working on my Asus Transformer Tablet and not on my Galaxy Nexus. No problems before.
      Can you fix this?
      Thanks and
      best regards,

      Rob

  • frankaroconnor says:

    I’m sorry to inform you there are cheats still in your app. I was playing a player named Vaagn and he not only stopped playing, he then ran the clock out, it waited a while and then he won! He sent me messages to gloat about how I was going to lose.
    Vaagn, it would mean a lot to me if this players account was banned.
    He was mean, unsporting and just genuinely giving your app a bad name.
    If this isn’t addressed soon I will be leaving bad feedback, which is a shame.

  • considering paid membership says:

    As a guest who regularly plays I have made some observations about what can one day be a perfect app. First. If I promote my queen I cannot choose a piece. This was very frustrating. The app was unresponsive so I am forced to set automatic queen promotion which is usually fine but in some cases I want a knight. Secondly CHEATING is still happening. After almost winning by time the clock for my opponent kept get a few more seconds. This lead to a loss and I am infuriated!!!!!! Please fix this!!! Or I will not join.

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