Microsoft Solitaire Collection now available for Android and iOS

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Microsoft Solitaire CollectionYou can now enjoy the popular Solitaire collection from Microsoft on Android and iOS for free. The Solitaire collection includes long time favorite games Klondike, Free Cell, Spider, Pyramid and TriPeaks.
You can download it for free (no Microsoft account required) from Google Play (Android) or the App Store (iOS).
If you have a Microsoft account or an Xbox Live account, sign in and your games will be synchronized across any devices you use to play the games.
The Premium edition of the game is available for free through December 31, 2016. It includes no ads, Daily Challenges and few other benefits.

Originally available as a free download through the Microsoft Store on Windows starting with Windows 8 and included in Windows 10, Microsoft has made it available on more platforms (a Linux version would be nice though). If you want to download the Solitaire Collection for your Windows 8 or 10 computer you can get it here at the Windows Store. A Microsoft or Xbox Live account is required to download the free collection.

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World’s Most Popular Solitaire Game Now Available On iOS And Android

(h/t ghacks)

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I like to use disposable or temporary email addresses when I'm giving personal information to corporations and other online entities that I don't want to have my personal information.
If the Android version is the same as the desktop version, no ads appear if you are disconnected..........not something that's likely with a cell phone but doable with a tablet type device.
Thanks for the info on AisleRiot, I'm sure other Linux users who don't know about it will find it helpful. :-)
 

So beginning next year it will have ads, and I have to give my address to Microsoft.

No thanks, AisleRiot runs fine on my Linuxes and has dozens of game versions.