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Solitaire Apps-Aces vs. Astraware

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Any opinions on either of these two apps?

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Re: Solitaire Apps-Aces vs. Astraware

I love Astraware.

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Re: Solitaire Apps-Aces vs. Astraware

I have both, but use Astraware more, because it includes Spider Solitaire which I love!




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Re: Solitaire Apps-Aces vs. Astraware

I have the Aces 2, which has 40 types of solitaire, including 7 types of spider, 14 Klondikes, 4 free cell, 3 pairing, 4 higher/lower, 3 adding,  including Pyramids which I love, and 5 types of unique, haven't tried those yet, hope this helps