A few months ago, we reported on a little-known feature that lets you play chess online in the comfort of your own home.
Now, Google is making the feature available for your smartphone, allowing you to play the game without having to connect to a computer.
Google Play, the company’s app store, has updated its chess app to let you play on Android phones.
The new app has a few new features that let you keep track of your games, such as the time and the rating of each move.
You can also choose to set the app to auto-play your games when you open them.
If you choose to play a game, it’ll automatically start when the phone is idle.
If you need a refresher on how to play games on a smartphone, we’ve put together an instructional video that shows you how.