Spider Solitaire by MobilityWare is the original mobile version of the card game that millions of people enjoy daily around the world. Nothing beats a quick session of Spider Solitaire at any time of the day. Its portrait mode is ideal for playing with just one hand during your commute, and before you know it, you will be playing one last game to unwind before going to bed.
While most card games tend to be quite involved, Spider Solitaire is easy to learn and quick to complete — you can jump right in even if you have never played before. The game’s automatic hint system suggests every possible move whenever you need some help and allows you to undo your last move. Seasoned players can move up the difficulty scale with the 2, 3 and 4 suit variants, which will prove to keep you entertained and keep your brain sharp.
As you get more familiar with Spider Solitaire, you really want to make it your own: customise everything from table backgrounds, back of the cards, card faces and counters to gestures. I like setting mine to right-handed orientation, lock portrait mode and a combination of tapping and dragging cards around. For the ultimate relaxing experience, hide the timer and the move counter too! And when you need to do something else, you can pick it up where you left last time knowing that your progress will be saved.