Like all other products by Cubelogic it focuses on doing less, instead of everything. Because ChessNote is only for one thing: playing chess when you want, when you have time, without hassles or delays.
The user interface couldn’t be clearer: you have your list of games, one tap to see the game, two taps to make a move, and one extra tap to confirm. Next. Or back to whatever you were doing. And if you feel particularly proud about how you stand in your game, you can post your board on Twitter.
ChessNote cares for what’s really important: all official rules and situations of the game of Chess are accounted for, including en passant, stalemate and rather unusual scenarios such as the fifty moves rule.
We have stripped ChessNote of all chagrins that typically slip into games of this sort: ads, pointless chatting, annoyances, distractions. We leave those to other apps. We just care to play chess, and don’t want to be bothered.
Because ChessNote is built by chess lovers for chess lovers. We built a chess application we’d like to use ourselves.
If you are a chess player with no time to lose, you’ve come to the right app.