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  • Category: Games
  • Last Updated: 2021-07-19
  • New version: 3.3.0
  • File size: 159.17 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later



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Solitaire is an iPhone and Android Games App, made by Tripledot Studios. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Tripledot Studios, with the latest current version being 3.3.0 which was officially released on 2021-07-19. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 383910 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.7 out of a possible 5 stars.

Video Manual: How to Use the Solitaire App

How does it Work?

Solitaire by Tripledot Studios is the best way to play the CLASSIC card game you know and love for FREE, offline and online!

The most popular card game in the world, classic Klondike Solitaire, also known as Patience, is a great way to relax and train your brain. With beautiful graphics, fun animations, new features, custom backgrounds and offline play - Solitaire by Tripledot Studios is the ideal app for the best casual gaming experience, however, most importantly – this online strategy game helps TRAIN YOUR BRAIN and KEEP YOUR MIND SHARP!

Take on great Daily Challenges or play unlimited random and winnable solitaire decks for free! Play it your way, with a 1 card or 3 card draw, and choose between classic or Vegas scoring. Use our new IQ mode to test your IQ! Customize your cards, table, and game mode to play Solitaire just the way you like it!


⁂ Classic Klondike Solitaire gameplay

⁂ Fun daily challenges

⁂ New IQ testing mode

⁂ Playable offline

⁂ Detailed player statistics

⁂ Unlimited free undo

⁂ Unlimited free hints

⁂ Customizable card and table design

⁂ Vegas and Classic Solitaire scoring modes

⁂ Cumulative Vegas scoring

⁂ Random or Winnable solitaire decks

⁂ Left-Handed Mode

⁂ Tablet support

⁂ Beautiful HD Graphics

For those of you who haven’t heard of the game before:

Klondike Solitaire uses a standard 52 card deck of playing cards without jokers. The objective of the game is to expose all cards and move them into the foundation piles. There are 4 foundation piles (one for each suit) that are represented on the screen by an “A“ written on it. These piles are built upward in suit from Aces to Kings.

In Solitaire there are 7 tableau columns that are built downward (in decreasing rank from Kings to Aces) in alternating colours (red and black). The aim of the game is to clear all the rows into the suitable foundation piles.

Solitaire is a great opportunity to train your brain, improve your problem-solving skills, relax and have fun! Return to the timeless PC classic as it comes to your phone so that you can play it anytime, anywhere!

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Top Reviews

  • By dscpAnnette

    Forgiving game

    It is challenging, but not frustrating. I have played it for hours, one day, when I was waiting for some work to be done at our house. There is not one game I have found that cannot be solved. If I do not solve it the first time, I replay the same deck differently. There have only been one or two cases when I have had to replay three or four times to solve it. I usually solve it the first time or the second. This game is very forgiving! LOVE it!

  • By Parker Derosier

    Awesome Game

    This is an awesome version of solitaire! I don't have to watch an ad for a hint and it lets me shuffle the cards when there are no more moves to make. There are ads but I can skip them after 5 to 10 seconds. It's about a five minute game for me so the ads are absolutely nothing and again you can skip them so fast. I play this while I listen to my podcasts. Amazing game. Amazing app. I just love it.

  • By Beachlvrl

    New player first couple games

    I love the settings that it came on with that I didn’t have to change things to where I like. I like only one card shown on the draw. I love the challenge game. I certainly have a lot to learn and playing the challenge I did a hint before every move and used it as a learning game and learn some new moves that I had no idea existed!

  • By Loat121295

    They use cellular data without permission

    Don’t download this app. Their latest update found a way to use your cellular data without permission. I turned data off for the app so I wouldn’t get ads but they’re still coming through. Checked my stats and the app has been using MBs of data despite being turned off.

  • By Adrine


    Revised: This problem is no longer happening and I am very happy with this game. This is by far my favorite solitaire game. The ads are plenty and long and I get that is how the developer generates revenue. But when an ad will not allow me back to the game then it’s no longer fun. That’s why the three stars. Fix the problem with the ads!

  • By 75 life

    Solitaire—very basic

    Have been playing this since I was a kid but with cards. To play on my iPhone is a good way to fill time with no deep thinking. I usually win so I just go on to the next game. No feeling stupid just some fun for a few minutes. If I need to stop halfway through it’s no big loss.

  • By SneakyWinker

    Needs to work out some kinks

    Seeing as this is entirely free, it's a great game. My main issue is that the ads give you the chance to skip, but if you do, it freezes and I have to close and reopen. About half the ads freeze it even if I let them play all the way through. It's really frustrating. I also don't think any of the hands should be"unwinnable". What is the point??

  • By you realy dont want a review


    I had to delete this spider solitaire game that I had for 2 years because of an ad for reverse mortgage could not be “x ‘d “ out so that I could continue to play the game. For a while I was able to turn the phone off the phone and re boot but by now re booting must occur every game. Well that’s nonsense. So I deleted the game. Tried another spider solitaire but the same thing happened.

  • By KimSK75


    Too many times “no more moves”. If the developer changed this to alert when there are no more possible moves it would be better. You spend all this time & then break down & use the hint feature just to find out there are no other possible moves. I just had 6 in a row & have decided to delete this app out of frustration. Which is unfortunate because I enjoyed the background pic & the game itself. Also having to watch an ad after every single game gets old quick.

  • By Lee in Utah

    Can't get out of the ads

    I like the game itself, but I don't like the ads. It's not like other games where you finish playing a game and an ad pops up, you watch the add and when it finished you hit an "X" and get back into playing. On many of the ads there is no "X", so you have to get completely out of the app and come back in to start playing again. I like the game, but I don't like the hassle, so I'll be dumping this app for that reason alone.

  • By guitaristablu

    Ads are very wonky

    The game itself is fine but they have to do something about the ads. Some (not all) of the ads for Oprah’s Book Club selection “Olive,Again” give you no way to get back to the game after the ad has run. I literally stays on the last frame and gives you no ‘x’ to move on. “Funky Island” ads do the same. If you wish to continue playing you need to wait a few hours and come back to it or restart your pad. If the developer’s aim is to be an ad platform with a game attached (and let’s face it, that is what this is), you can’t expose your customers to more ads if the ads freeze the app. Also I find it interesting that they suggest that this game is appropriate for ages 4+, some of the ads sure aren’t. At 67 I may or may not be ready for a slot that reputedly contains “real adult emotions” but I was not at 5 years old. Believe me, I am no prude but somehow this seems a bit out of synch with the age rating.

  • By Froglegsca

    Too Many Ads

    Seems like ads pop up after each game is done and even after you download a new game you will keep getting ads to download it again. You will keep getting an ad after saying no to it numerous times. What don’t you get about the word NO? This annoyance diminishes the pleasure of the game and then it is deleted. You should think about selling the game after a short introductory period and dramatically reduce ads during trial period. Let the game prove its worth!

  • By whoachloo

    How do you mess up solitaire?

    I never leave reviews. This is so stupid, this is the stupidest laziest version of solitaire I’ve ever seen. They reuse the same boards over and over again. If you play it for more than an hour then you’ve played it all. All the boards are winnable if you try hard enough, and a lot of them are super lazy. Obviously it randomly draws from a number of preset boards instead of shuffling the cards and playing you a random hand. It’s so simple that you could play a version off of a desktop from 2002 that’s better than this.

  • By LoveYeaux99

    Ads Ads Ads. Here’s a suggestion...

    This game would be absolutely perfect if there were an ad-free version! Having to watch a 30 second ad BEFORE AND AFTER any game is annoying. I love that it’s just plain old solitaire but it’s unplayable for me. I’ve tried it out for 2 months hoping to get use to the ads but to no avail. Suggestion: if ads are THIS necessary, maybe implement watching a block of 2-3 fifteen second (or shorter) ads where the user is then allowed to play ad-free for 1 hour or something. Til there are improvements, I’ll be deleting and moving on.

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