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Phase 10: World Tour

Phase 10: World Tour

Mattel163 Limited

Rummy with a Twist

4.5 Ratings 254K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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4.5
253.7K+ Ratings
  1. 5
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  2. 4
    8+%
  3. 3
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  4. 2
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  • Enjoyable game that is *mostly* well-assembled Mar 25, 2021

    By Theowner6
    It’s nicely put together, and it offers an overwhelmingly large selection of tasks that I probably won’t be able to compete even if I live to be 300 years old. The game looks nice too, has pleasant sound effects and music that can be disabled in favor of your own music, and I appreciate the side quests that they develop every month or so. I personally found it worth the investment in the ad-free version. The biggest reason I deducted a star from my rating is because the game in various spots will offer extra rewards in exchange for an ad view, but it frequently fails to credit the reward after the viewing of the ad. This is an inconsistency that’s been taking place since the installation of the app about 3 months ago, so it’s hardly an isolated incident, and it’s very frustrating when it happens, especially another ad is usually not immediately available, and unless you wait for one to become available, the opportunity will be lost. I also think the game’s energy system is a bit too player-unfriendly; there are often times where the hands will be dealt & CPU players will go out before I even get to draw a card, yet that costs energy. There really should be the opportunity for the max energy levels to increase with the progression through the game, but there doesn’t seem to be. Overall, it’s closer to 4 stars than it is to 3.
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  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Amanda Groll
    Good but computers win too much. When you get to the hard levels, it's almost impossible to win without the bonus cards. I've played the last level several times to get 3 stars and can't get close. Almost every time if there is more then 2 players then I'll do really well for a while and then the computers start to win. The harder levels shouldn't be all that hard.
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  • Fun until it isn’t Sep 3, 2020

    By Badkitty2474
    I like the different phases not included in the real game I also like being able to play solo and I understand luck of the draw and that the developers want you to spend real money I get all that ....but I have seen the computer pick up my discard then discard it so the next computer player could play it and there have also been levels where i play 3 computer players and they skip me to the point that I never get a turn so I waste my energy and / or diamonds and I’m stuck playing til they win ......the other thing is when I play against real players it seems as though if they are more experienced they seem to get their phases right off and go out and or skip me into infinity while I get one turn if I’m lucky. I also wish you could just forfeit a game and cut your losses rather than having to keep playing til the computer wins. On some games where you have 7 phases I have been stuck on a phase til I am 3-4 phases behind while all the computer players keep moving up all the while I’m using my energy to play the same phase over and over on a game i know i can’t catch up on..... if the game is gonna cheat you when you don’t pay I sure don’t wanna invest real money into it ....just saying.
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  • Needs Some Asjustments Oct 6, 2020

    By Sondais
    Initially this seems like a lot of fun. However there are some things that makes me want to quit. 1. Each level has multiple phases and you have to pay five bolts to play each phase. The max you can earn for free is 50, which means there is a max of 10 phases before you either pay or wait hours to refill. A level can have 30 phases in it between all the tiers. 2. While the developers say that card distribution is random the computer players get all the cards they need on their first turns every time on the first phase of every level. This happens every single time leaving me with no move at all and a wicked high score as well. 3. There seems to be a scoring glitch. I can win every level (but the first one) and have the lowest score, but if I don’t win the final phase in a level (go out with no cards left) whoever goes completely out wins, even if they have 250 points to my 80. I think this game has potential but there is a huge money grab. While I don’t mind paying from time to time. To have more than a little bit of play time you have to pay frequently, which I can’t afford to do.
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  • Don’t understand how this game has 5 stars. Fake reviews, maybe? Dec 30, 2020

    By mediocre_reviewer
    Let me start by saying, I do like the game. Knocked a star off because the other players always get a ton of wild cards and skips the farther you get into the game, or they just seem to have all of the cards they need after one or two draws. Like you may need a set of the same 5 numbers and a set of the 3 same numbers, and the other players magically have them all after one draw? One player will get 3-4 wild cards per hand, or 2-3 skips, and you will likely get none, or one. By about level 18 (I think), you will know what I am talking about. Knocked another star off because it does cost you 5 points to play PER phase and you only get ONE point every 5 minutes, and your thing is “full” once it reaches 50, and won’t collect more until you use them. It’s just frustrating the further you get into the game because the other players accumulate specialty cards easier it seems, and there may be 5-8 phases a match with 3 other players, so sometimes you can’t even finish a full match without having to wait at least 30 minutes.
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  • This game is a joke Mar 7, 2021

    By shayna P.
    At first it was entertaining but soon turned into pure frustration, you do some around you come in second you come in first and then once you had a certain level all of the players gang up on you they all seem to have skip cards every game and six wilds per hand they get when we get no wilds it's just a joke.
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  • Apr 15, 2021

    By Jennifer Waugh
    At first I loved the game it was super fun. However, once you get to a certain level its literally impossible to progress. The Computer players will literally somehow win in the first round every single time. Definitely seems like all they want is for you to buy the no ads version or all the power ups just to be able to progress. Ive seen many people review with the same problem as I have and getting nothing but an auto-generated response in return. I do not recommend.
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  • Apr 8, 2021

    By Adam Kirkland
    It's a fun game but these other reviews are right, it's seriously infuriating how difficult it gets to win after a while. I've played the same level 20 times now and the AI will magically win every single time. If you're the type of person who gets too into video games don't download this, it'll have you cursing at the top of your lungs and punching holes in the wall like a Kyle. You have to pay for power ups to win. I'm deleting this app, it's not worth this frustration.
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  • Has Potential, But Falls Short Dec 12, 2020

    By Pair2117
    The game is fun at the start because they give you extra energy to get you hooked at the start, and ads don’t appear as much. However, once you continue playing for awhile, you quickly run out of energy, and ads are after every single hand, sometimes lasting 30 seconds. It takes 25 minutes to load enough energy to start a SINGLE hand. That’s ridiculous. It takes $2 to buy enough gems to play 6 hands. You might not even finish a single level in the later journeys with that much money, which I think is unacceptable. Considering other fabulous strategy game apps, such as Settlers of Catan or Seven Wonders, are available for $5 or less, including the entire game capability, this whole app just feels like a money grab. You can pay $3 for the apps to go away, which is fine, except it doesn’t solve the energy problem. You just have the honor of paying $3 for something you still cannot pick up and play for as long as you wish. If this game had a reasonable price tag to play it unlimited for $5-10, that would be reasonable, but unfortunately it just feels like a money grab. On top of that, as most of the other low star reviews address, the computers seem to be dealt better hands, and I have seen computer players pick up cards that do not help them, and discarding them for the next computer player to pick up. Overall, disappointing in the end, for a game that has so much potential.
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  • Apr 14, 2021

    By John kolacz
    The algorithm for this game is written so that you get frustrated and have to buy wildcards or skip cards in order to make progress. It's not at all random. Your computer opponents can also see your cards and the game will change what they have in their hands in order to never discard a card you can use. You can easily spend a fortune on this game, because a wild card costs 50 cents and you'll need half a dozen for each level, and there are 40 levels per section, so basically $120 per section.
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  • Enjoyable game that is *mostly* well-assembled Mar 25, 2021

    By Theowner6
    It’s nicely put together, and it offers an overwhelmingly large selection of tasks that I probably won’t be able to compete even if I live to be 300 years old. The game looks nice too, has pleasant sound effects and music that can be disabled in favor of your own music, and I appreciate the side quests that they develop every month or so. I personally found it worth the investment in the ad-free version. The biggest reason I deducted a star from my rating is because the game in various spots will offer extra rewards in exchange for an ad view, but it frequently fails to credit the reward after the viewing of the ad. This is an inconsistency that’s been taking place since the installation of the app about 3 months ago, so it’s hardly an isolated incident, and it’s very frustrating when it happens, especially another ad is usually not immediately available, and unless you wait for one to become available, the opportunity will be lost. I also think the game’s energy system is a bit too player-unfriendly; there are often times where the hands will be dealt & CPU players will go out before I even get to draw a card, yet that costs energy. There really should be the opportunity for the max energy levels to increase with the progression through the game, but there doesn’t seem to be. Overall, it’s closer to 4 stars than it is to 3.
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  • Apr 18, 2021

    By Amanda Groll
    Good but computers win too much. When you get to the hard levels, it's almost impossible to win without the bonus cards. I've played the last level several times to get 3 stars and can't get close. Almost every time if there is more then 2 players then I'll do really well for a while and then the computers start to win. The harder levels shouldn't be all that hard.
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  • Love it but... Apr 4, 2021

    By MrzConspicuios
    I grew up playing phase 10 so when it converted to app form obviously I downloaded it! The gameplay is great! I love the different adventures they take you on and the bonus “games” are fun too! Only downside is that you can’t convert your phase coins into gems or energy which honestly would be great if they integrated that because one; it would give you more game time if you had the coins and convert it but two; the only place you can use phase coins is through a live match and there aren’t many varieties in live matches and the games are so short and sometimes people take too long to play so it kind of kills the want to do live matches for me. Maybe add more phases then just one or two and do more like four to five phases instead. That’s the whole point of this game is to complete multiple phases. Two takes the fun out of it. Other than that I honestly love this game it’s definitely worth the download. If they make changes I’ll definitely give them five stars!
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  • This game! Nov 8, 2019

    By Amber warren
    I have enjoyed this game. However! It’s impossible to get the remaining passes. The computer people get 5 wild per hand, they go out without myself getting a turn, I swear they have something against me. They skip me every level over and over and over. They’re cards that are dealt are unfair, and I swear it’s always the opposite of what I’m trying to do. If it’s a set of 4 I get a run, then the next hand it’s a run and I get 6 of the same number, so then I lose again. I’ve beat both modes, and I’ve been trying to replay back levels to get the final passes, but it’s impossible. And, the price of the gems, 50 gems per 5 energy that’s outrageous. Like come on????? Is there a reason why it’s so freaking high? You’ve programmed the journey mode to be unfair. I played the regular mode, and I breezed right through it. I don’t expect to easy that would be no fun. Changes need to be made. Honestly!!! It’s becoming more frustrating than anything and pointless at this point.
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  • Fun but bugs in system Aug 18, 2020

    By DvinDiva
    I tried to “contact us” thru the app, but the “robot” couldn’t comprehend to address my issue and there’s no “other” option to submit any concerns, questions. I have played in my latest round where we both reached the final phase and the rules say the one with the lowest overall score wins - I won the 1st 2 rounds and we both finished the 3 rd - my final score was -5 and my opponent’s was -20 or -25, but they won! That’s not right. This is also occurring in the other game - the one that’s in the middle with a time limit of days - I’ve lost 3 times in playing for the exact same reasons. I love phase 10 & have played at home for many years. If you can’t fix it to correctly calculate the winner, then I’ll just have to quit playing here and go back to my real cards. This is an addictive game, but this is nerve wracking when it doesn’t calculate fairly. Your rules say the lower score breaks the tie, well it’s not happening.
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  • Fun until it isn’t Sep 3, 2020

    By Badkitty2474
    I like the different phases not included in the real game I also like being able to play solo and I understand luck of the draw and that the developers want you to spend real money I get all that ....but I have seen the computer pick up my discard then discard it so the next computer player could play it and there have also been levels where i play 3 computer players and they skip me to the point that I never get a turn so I waste my energy and / or diamonds and I’m stuck playing til they win ......the other thing is when I play against real players it seems as though if they are more experienced they seem to get their phases right off and go out and or skip me into infinity while I get one turn if I’m lucky. I also wish you could just forfeit a game and cut your losses rather than having to keep playing til the computer wins. On some games where you have 7 phases I have been stuck on a phase til I am 3-4 phases behind while all the computer players keep moving up all the while I’m using my energy to play the same phase over and over on a game i know i can’t catch up on..... if the game is gonna cheat you when you don’t pay I sure don’t wanna invest real money into it ....just saying.
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  • Needs Some Asjustments Oct 6, 2020

    By Sondais
    Initially this seems like a lot of fun. However there are some things that makes me want to quit. 1. Each level has multiple phases and you have to pay five bolts to play each phase. The max you can earn for free is 50, which means there is a max of 10 phases before you either pay or wait hours to refill. A level can have 30 phases in it between all the tiers. 2. While the developers say that card distribution is random the computer players get all the cards they need on their first turns every time on the first phase of every level. This happens every single time leaving me with no move at all and a wicked high score as well. 3. There seems to be a scoring glitch. I can win every level (but the first one) and have the lowest score, but if I don’t win the final phase in a level (go out with no cards left) whoever goes completely out wins, even if they have 250 points to my 80. I think this game has potential but there is a huge money grab. While I don’t mind paying from time to time. To have more than a little bit of play time you have to pay frequently, which I can’t afford to do.
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  • Don’t understand how this game has 5 stars. Fake reviews, maybe? Dec 30, 2020

    By mediocre_reviewer
    Let me start by saying, I do like the game. Knocked a star off because the other players always get a ton of wild cards and skips the farther you get into the game, or they just seem to have all of the cards they need after one or two draws. Like you may need a set of the same 5 numbers and a set of the 3 same numbers, and the other players magically have them all after one draw? One player will get 3-4 wild cards per hand, or 2-3 skips, and you will likely get none, or one. By about level 18 (I think), you will know what I am talking about. Knocked another star off because it does cost you 5 points to play PER phase and you only get ONE point every 5 minutes, and your thing is “full” once it reaches 50, and won’t collect more until you use them. It’s just frustrating the further you get into the game because the other players accumulate specialty cards easier it seems, and there may be 5-8 phases a match with 3 other players, so sometimes you can’t even finish a full match without having to wait at least 30 minutes.
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  • Good- not perfect. Feb 2, 2020

    By hARTzteacher
    It’s fun, I like the variety of phases, phase numbers, and opponents in the journey mode. A few changes that would make this game great: being able to edit my name so I can have it linked to my Facebook account but not everyone when playing multiplayer can see my last name. Also, a multiplayer mode where we can play the true game against people we actually know would be great! (An option to choose how many phases to play would be an amazing addition with this!) My family is a big Phase 10 fan whenever we get together but we live hours apart. This would be fun to enjoy with them. With a chat option as well to make the social aspect of the game more social. Lastly, the ability to see what cards (for the Barbie event, or any future events) our friends need to help them out without having to message them with a list. For example, if I select the card I have multiples of (maybe I have 3 extras of card 22) hit the send button, it would pop up a list of only friends who need that card and let me select up to 3 because that’s how many extras i have. 🤗
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  • Good game but not very fair Jul 24, 2020

    By ashwe93
    So I noticed when you play the game you can exit out and replay a level without losing lives but you lose your cards that help out in the beginning if you lose them and I did a little test and noticed that no matter how many times I restart it even if I have good cards I somehow still lose I’ve retried a level 20 times now and no matter what I do I lose so I honestly think it’s somehow rigged. The ONLY way you can win a game that’s rigged to make you lose is buy and using as much power ups as you need and the price is honestly not fair because there is still a high chance you use those power ups and don’t even get a turn at all you just automatically lose before your turn and lose the power ups. I also with you can use the coins you win to buy energy or something because you can literally only use them for live games which I also feel are unfair because depending on your cards you can win before it’s even your turn. Idk the game just seems fishy to me but if it was actually fair it would be a good game.
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  • Apr 8, 2021

    By Adam Kirkland
    It's a fun game but these other reviews are right, it's seriously infuriating how difficult it gets to win after a while. I've played the same level 20 times now and the AI will magically win every single time. If you're the type of person who gets too into video games don't download this, it'll have you cursing at the top of your lungs and punching holes in the wall like a Kyle. You have to pay for power ups to win. I'm deleting this app, it's not worth this frustration.
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  • Has Potential, But Falls Short Dec 12, 2020

    By Pair2117
    The game is fun at the start because they give you extra energy to get you hooked at the start, and ads don’t appear as much. However, once you continue playing for awhile, you quickly run out of energy, and ads are after every single hand, sometimes lasting 30 seconds. It takes 25 minutes to load enough energy to start a SINGLE hand. That’s ridiculous. It takes $2 to buy enough gems to play 6 hands. You might not even finish a single level in the later journeys with that much money, which I think is unacceptable. Considering other fabulous strategy game apps, such as Settlers of Catan or Seven Wonders, are available for $5 or less, including the entire game capability, this whole app just feels like a money grab. You can pay $3 for the apps to go away, which is fine, except it doesn’t solve the energy problem. You just have the honor of paying $3 for something you still cannot pick up and play for as long as you wish. If this game had a reasonable price tag to play it unlimited for $5-10, that would be reasonable, but unfortunately it just feels like a money grab. On top of that, as most of the other low star reviews address, the computers seem to be dealt better hands, and I have seen computer players pick up cards that do not help them, and discarding them for the next computer player to pick up. Overall, disappointing in the end, for a game that has so much potential.
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  • Fun for a while Jul 19, 2020

    By BaconManiacEatAlot
    Fun at first. I finished the 1st journey and then went back to finish each level with 3 stars. Could only accomplish 2 stars on the last level - oh well, I moved on to the 2nd journey. Started becoming obvious that the computer always seemed to have the correct cards right at their first move, but I continued to play. Ads are generally able to just X out of them - sometimes you’re stuck waiting the 30 seconds. Then came level 25. Unless you’re spending money it has been impossible for me. Sometimes I’d start out ahead but then one player magically always has what they need and flies through every round and wins. I’ve lost all interest in this and will never revisit it. It’s not fun when you don’t have a chance to win; the other players always seem to skip you or have a handful of wild cards while you jut need 1 more to hit the phase; you are trying to finish a run of a color and the winners are going for the same color; you are going for a set of 4 and others are going for the same number; you throw down a 12 and now you keep picking a 12; the list goes on but I think you get the idea. It’s worth a download for a while but not a keeper. The score means nothing; if you tie a phase then whoever finished it first is declared winner even if you have zero points and they have -5000 points. Enjoy it while you can. Once you hit your brick wall then move on and don’t look back.
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  • Apr 2, 2021

    By Lucy Earley
    Rate of energy return takes much longer than it does to even play a round. Then, when I am able to get in and play one of the people I'm playing against wins the phase without me actually even playing. All of the player names have been changed to "Lucy" which makes it confusing to know who to actually play a skip card on unless you're playing very close attention...but again because energy runs out halfway through a game it's difficult to remember who is who on the leader board. Very frustrating
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  • It’s fun but very frustrating Aug 29, 2020

    By Alexstarz92
    First of all I love this game. I played it with my boyfriends family for the first time this year and fell in love. I checked the App Store to see if there was an online version and I was very excited to learn about this one. Secondly there is so much wrong with this I can’t even. This game is rigged. I’ve never been this frustrated with a game in my life and I’ve played many games before that require you to pay a few dollars if you aren’t patient enough but no this is different. For some reason the place where you are supposed to get free coins doesn’t work (I’ve tried restarting and deleting the app many times and nothing work) this is very frustrating because now my coins are done and I can’t play and multiplayer games and on top of that it’s not like the coins come back after a couple mins...no if you are done you are just done. Many times I’ve played and the bots always seem to get the best hands. I swear to you there has been so many times I’ve entered a game and I haven’t even played come to find out they got like 3-4 wilds. The game is very unfair and it’s made a way that you have to keep purchasing even if you are patient. I feel it could have a lot of potential and that’s why I decided to give it 2 stars but other than that it’s just garbage to me now...sorry I hope this helps someone
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  • This game is a joke Mar 7, 2021

    By shayna P.
    At first it was entertaining but soon turned into pure frustration, you do some around you come in second you come in first and then once you had a certain level all of the players gang up on you they all seem to have skip cards every game and six wilds per hand they get when we get no wilds it's just a joke.
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  • Apr 15, 2021

    By Jennifer Waugh
    At first I loved the game it was super fun. However, once you get to a certain level its literally impossible to progress. The Computer players will literally somehow win in the first round every single time. Definitely seems like all they want is for you to buy the no ads version or all the power ups just to be able to progress. Ive seen many people review with the same problem as I have and getting nothing but an auto-generated response in return. I do not recommend.
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  • Apr 14, 2021

    By John kolacz
    The algorithm for this game is written so that you get frustrated and have to buy wildcards or skip cards in order to make progress. It's not at all random. Your computer opponents can also see your cards and the game will change what they have in their hands in order to never discard a card you can use. You can easily spend a fortune on this game, because a wild card costs 50 cents and you'll need half a dozen for each level, and there are 40 levels per section, so basically $120 per section.
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  • Apr 15, 2021

    By David McGarvey
    Very frustrating unless you waste your time on playing ads for cheats or pay money for ad free. 🙄 the "luck" of the computer is outrageous. Not like playing in person when it can go for awhile. If you don't win in a few moves, you guarantee to lose. No option to play with friends in a private room unless spending money. Just charge for the game and be done with it instead of pretending there is a free version and then nickel and diming or making it unbearable to play!
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  • Obvious that the cards are stacked in the developers favor Feb 6, 2021

    By viceroykg
    When I first started playing it I really enjoyed it. I started wondering if the people I was playing against was a computer and not real people. It became obvious when I got stuck on a level and my opponents never changed when they completed all the tasks. It also became obvious that they always had the correct cards and seemed to get them quickly. That changed after I spent $4.99 for the star pass. I thought ok money well spent but also unfair. I finished my first journey. I started the second one and low and be hold they wanted me to pay another $4.99 for a star pass! Then I got stuck at another level where I’m playing against the same avatars and they’re always winning. I’m frustrated and upset because I love playing this card game. So I was excited when I found the app but I think the developers only care about money. I get that’s what they’re in the business of but to build a game to be unfair is wrong. The game has potential especially if we were allowed to play against real people not a freaking program. As of right now I wouldn’t recommend this game to anyone unless they have a large disposable income. I would also recommend that Apple and Google Play look into the app to see if the developers are cheating. Now if the developers listen to all of the negative reviews and make visible changes I’ll change my review. I won’t hold my breath though.
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