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- - By AartBik (**) Date 2013-01-12 02:16 Edited 2013-01-12 02:19
I had a few very pleasant email exchanges with Gerhard Kalab, and based on our interaction I just released version 4.1.5 of Chess for Android as direct download and at Google Play with enhancements for, what I like to call, the chess ecosystem on Android. First, Chess for Android now understands a few more direct sharing requests from other applications so that, for example, a game can be shared directly from Gerhard Kalab's Chess PGN viewer into Chess for Android, without going through tedious copy-and-paste operations. Conversely, Chess for Android now supports the "Share Game" feature as well to do the opposite operation.

As illustrated in this blog posting (long-press notation window to open the extended menu), exporting a game from Chess for Android to Gerhard Kalab's Chess PGN Viewer now only takes a few simple clicks!
Parent - By JhorAVi (***) Date 2013-01-12 09:18
Hi Aartbik,

  Thats a nice update got to try it
  I suggest you also include a simple Benchmark where results are displayed at your website.  I'm just curious if each ARM generation from Cortex-A8, A9 to Krait improves chess strength aside from pure clock frequency.

thanks
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