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Magnus Carlsen Fan App

 

This unique app is the only app on Android Play that offers fans of the current World Champion in chess, Magnus Carlsen, a lot of games and info.
In this app you will find almost all of Carlsen's games that he has played throughout this career. More than 1600 games are included, sorted in chronological order and organized by tournaments (almost 200 tournaments in total).

View at Google Play

Chess Openings

 

This app is a virtual chess opening book. It contains more than 2000 opening variations all easily browserable from the opening list.
Besides being an chess opening encyclopedia you can also store your own personal notes concerning any of the more than 2000 variations.

View at Google Play

Chess Endings

 

Chess Endings is a virtual reference on the most common chess endings. All the endings presented here are annotated with comments (in English) and they will teach you the techniques in a wide variety of common chess endings and what the theoretical results are (can it be won or is it just a draw).

View at Google Play


Chess Rating

 

This handy chess rating calculator app can calculate the expected score, rating change and performance rating of your chess games.
It uses FIDEs official rating rules and includes the new 400 rating difference rule used in the ELO rating system (most apps do not calculate correctly with this rule) You can enter game data and the rating calculations are automatically saved, so you do not need to re-enter them if you add further games later on. You can save a rating list as a tournament to keep track of your results and improvements from chess tournament to chess tournament.

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World Chess Champions

 

This is a handy virtual World Chess Championship reference. It includes 39 title matches from 1886 until present time. It contains more than 800 World Championship chess games spanning a period of more than 125 years of chess history!
Relive the famous games in chess history - the famous game Fischer-Spassky (game 1), where Fischer miscalculated and lost a bishop or the must-win game for Kasparov in the last game in the Kasporv-Karpov match in 1987 (game 24) or watch Carlsen's endgame skills beating Anand or....

View at Google Play

Chess Players Database

 

Want to look up the statistics on your opponent in the next round? Look no further!
This app can look up information about any chess players registered in the official FIDE database (FIDE is the official world chess federation). Or maybe you want to follow the progress of top players such as Kramnik or Carlsen - information and statistics on all top players are right at your fingertips with this app.

View at Google Play


Chess Middlegames

 

This app features examples and explanations of key themes in chess middlegames.
All premium content is created exclusively for this app by Grandmaster Julen Arizmendi, who is a professional chess trainer and also published author of "Mastering the Najdorf" (Gambit Books, 2004).

View at Google Play

Endgame Studio

 

Want to know if that chess endgame from your last game was really won, lost or a draw?
Then this is the app for you! Simply setup the position on the board and press a button!
This unique app is the only chess app on Google Play that you can use to analyse chess endings with 100 % perfect accurary.

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Learn Chess for Beginners

 

This chess app is for complete chess beginners who want to learn the game of the kings and the king of the games!
Chess is one of the oldest known games that is still played today. With it's more than 1400 years history it is deeply ingrained in our cultural history and still fascinates more than 1 billion people around the globe who can play the game.

View at Google Play


Math Quiz High School

 

This math app aimed at senior high school (can also be used at first year in college) is a fun way to practice your math skills and check how much you know. It's made as quiz with 7 different categories where you can try your skills.
There is also a high score list so you can keep track of which categories where you might need to work on the material and which you are doing great! Many of the questions also have small explanations to help you out if you answer wrongly.

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Today in Chess History

 

This widget will enlighten you with facts from chess history about events that occured on the current date! Learn about the events that shaped chess history every day with this chess history calendar widget!
The widget will change throughout the day (once an hour) and flip through the events of that day in chess history. You can always click on the widget and get a complete list of events with the year and month of all the events on the current date sorted chronologically.

View at Google Play

Rate Lecture

 

You sit at a boring lecture at school, university or at a business seminar.....sounds familiar?
Then this unique app is for you! Here you can enter information about the lecture and rate it from 1 to 5 stars and then share that info with others or save for yourself for future reference.

View at Google Play