Although one can argue the new apps all have logical web addresses, their names also mean they are easy to remember and find if you want to use one. Everyone of these apps run from the browser and cover the full range of ChessBase tools. For example if you want to use the Cloud database tools, just go to database.chessbase.com (no WWW in front). Feel like a game against Fritz? Simply seek out fritz.chessbase.com. You get the idea.
Here is an overview of the apps that now exist, with links to tutorials to make the most of them:
This was the first web app in the series, introduced in 2013, and has the full gamut of functions. Not only can you log in and play games, but you can watch broadcasts with the same multi-board display as in the desktop program.
Watching broadcast games on several boards at the same time works just fine
|grandmaster game of your choice.|
If you ever wanted to consult the full, unfiltered database by ChessBase, with millions upon millions of games (new ones added every week), this is your go-to-site. You can not only search names, events, and more, but the games include the perks such as Playerbase pictures, move statistics, 3D boards, Let's Check evaluations, and even consult Deep Fritz 14 on a position.
Not only do you get all the technical perks such as stats and games, but gorgeous 3D boards as well
|Here is a tutorial.|
|Online Database in which you can consult millions of games, and get full statistics and Let's Check engine data. Newly added to its functionality are great 3D boards and engine support!|
Were you looking for a quick game against an engine, without necessarily being brutalized? The easy-to-use Fritz for web is not only quite forgiving, but will give you hints, and allow as many takebacks as you want.
Easy and fun, Fritz for web is a beatable opponent for a quickie to scratch that itch
|it can be beaten.|
If you wanted to learn chess in a friendly and painless environemnt, or teach a child, then this is the place to go. Fritz and Chesster is the web version of the hit PC series of programs, and includes all the animations and mini-games.
You can register your store-bought version or use the web version as you wish
|even on a mobile device.|
In a way, this is a web version of the flagship ChessBase software. Naturally it does not have all the functionality of the desktop versions, but it still brings a powerful set of tools that allows you to open and consult a database, edit or build one in a Cloud database, enter and edit games with full annotations, and even use Deep Fritz to analyze moves.
Create, delete and store database on the cloud to later consult even
from your desktop copy of ChessBase. There are tons of ways to make
the most of these tools, and tutorials to show you how.
|players, teachers, and tournament organizers.|
|improve workflow and productivity.|
This is the latest addition, and certainly not the least. Now you can quickly do a tactical training session that wioll keep track of your results, which positions you solved or not, and rate you as you go along. There are thousands oif positions, and the program will also test mirror variations to make sure you do not get stuck visualizing it in only one flavor. Compare your results to others, and above all... have fun!
The tactics trainer is increidbly easy to use, and a great way to practice one of the most
important and useful aspects of chess. If you have any issues or feedback, you can send
it with a click of the mouse. Above all: it is free!
|over 34 thousand positions!|
ChessBase hopes you find these new web apps useful and fun, and if you have any suggestions or feedback, by all means click on the Reader Feedback link below.