Microsoft Solitaire Collection comes to Android and iOS

Microsoft Solitaire Collection comes to Android and iOS

The new version of the popular Solitaire game on your Windows device is now finally coming to more mobile devices.


The Microsoft Solitaire Collection is now available for download on your Android or iPhone. The app doesn’t only have the classic game but rather multiple variations including Klondike, Spider, FreeCell, Pyramid and, Tripeaks.

Also, it’ll come with achievements and daily challenges to keep you hooked. There’s Xbox Live integration to keep track of your progress and enables multiplayer competition with other users.



The app is free to download as it comes with in-game ads. Although, Microsoft is giving one free month Premium Edition for until the end of the year.

Download the app through the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. It’s also available in the Windows Store.


This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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9 Responses

  1. Gata says:

    talagang embracing na si Microsoft sa Open Source World. Nagjoin na daw sila sa Linux foundation.

  2. Punyetangads says:

    Nakakapunyeta ads nyo di ma x out ha, sa ibang site tuloy ako nagpupunta for tech news lately, keep it up at baka maubos readers nyo

    • Nasa upper right po yung X ng ad. Di lang po makita kasi white on white dahil sa graphic ng ad. Hope this helps!

    • kamote says:

      yep! kita namin yung X ng ad, ang problem is hindi talaga ma-X(close) yung ad kahit anong touch gawin..better do something kundi for sure mababawasan mga mobile readers nyo..

  3. abc says:

    Walang pagpipilian ang Microsoft kundi sumali sa open source community habang pinopromote ang sariling mga produkto at serbisyo. Huli na sila dumating sa touchscreen smartphone industry katulad ng Intel corporation kaya dinadala at gumagawa sila ng mga apps na magagamit sa iOS at Android.

  4. Paulo says:

    This site is becoming mobile-unfriendly.. Ads are covering the whole article.. If this continues, I will switch to or gadgetmatch for tech news..

  5. Paulo says:

    My god! Ads after ads.. Another ad pop out (SM holiday ads in full screen) right after I close the shell/caltex one.

  6. cvg095 says:

    Firefox + adguard extension tapos ang ads

  7. Joshua says:

    For mobile users like me, just download and use Opera Mini and turn on Ad Blocking and switch to Extreme Mode. Faster loading and no annoying ads. ????

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