Watch Live Chess Tournaments Online in Android Mobiles

Most of the chess enthusiasts, watch live chess tournaments in websites like chessdom, chessbomb, chess.com TV... etc. These websites are great to watch live chess games with commentary, and integrated chess engine analysis like Houdini, Stockfish... etc.

When it comes to android smartphones, there are a few apps available in the play store to watch live chess tournaments online.

1. Live Chess Free: 

This app allows you to watch live chess tournaments happening around the world. Its features are
  • It has an excellent user interface, and stockfish engine. 
  • It lets you analyze while watching live chess games.
The free version of this app comes with ads and allows you to watch only limited tournaments. Paid version of this app allows user to watch most of the tournaments.

2. Playchess.com app
                                


This is a great chess utility app. This app is known for playing online chess on playchess.com, the world's biggest chess server. It is not a free app.
  • It allows you to watch live chess tournaments happening around the world. 
  • You can get a rating by playing Blitz and Standard games.
I hope this review will be helpful to you.

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