How to play Ruzzle on iPad: As soon as you have a moment of free time, do you pull your smartphone out of your pocket to play Ruzzle ? Then I bet you would love to install it on your iPad too. Yes, I know, you tried to search for it in the App Store but you were unable to find it.
The problem is that Ruzzle has not yet been optimized for iPad and therefore does not appear in the list of applications available for the Apple tablet. However, this does not mean that you cannot install it in a compatible version (thus downloading the iPhone version) and play it anyway. How? Read this guide on how to play checkers on the Internet on iPad and you will know it.
If you want to find out how to play checkers on the Internet on iPad , start the App Store and search for Ruzzle inside the latter using the bar located at the top right of the screen. At this point, you will not see Ruzzle in the search results as the application has not yet been optimized for iPad. However, you can still install and use the game on the Apple home tablet by downloading the iPhone version.
So press on the App button for iPhone located at the top of the screen, select Ruzzle from the search results and install the game on your iPad by pressing the FREE / INSTALL APP button and typing the password of your Apple ID when asked.
Once the download is complete, you can play Ruzzle on iPad simply by starting the app through its icon located on the tablet’s home screen and choosing whether to log in to the game using your Facebook account ( Log in with Facebook ), the your Ruzzle account ( Log in with your Ruzzle account ) or by creating a new account .
If the resolution of the application seems too low, zoom in on the Ruzzle screen by pressing the 2x button located at the bottom right. The end result is not exactly the best of life, I know, but it is much more comfortable to play like this.
At this point, you just have to have fun as you usually do on iPhone or Android. If you are looking for some advice on how to play checkers on the Internet , take a look at the guide I dedicated some time ago to the topic.