IPod users will surely remember the games that accompanied our devices. Not only was it about music, but we had at our disposal several really entertaining "applications" that could also be expanded through iTunes in a store dedicated to iPod games. Between them, one of the most prominent was Texas Hold’em, a card game based on the homonymous version of pker.
This game gained so much popularity among users, that Apple decided to use it in 2008 as a technical test for its new application platform, the App Store. So, Texas Hold’em was the first game released in the app store iOS, marking the beginning of what will be an impressive trajectory. Now, 11 years after its launch, the game receives a new update with more characters, renewed graphics, interface redesign …
As indicated by The Verge, the interesting thing about this update is precisely that it is launched to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the App Store. But nevertheless, the App Store turned 10 last year, and not this, with what we find a celebration takes some time. Even so, we are sure that users will receive this new update equally well from one of the biggest classic Apple platforms.
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Now, we can all enjoy this new version of Texas Hold’em as if it were the first day of the App Store, although with a few improvements. And best of all, we can do it totally free, leaving behind the only payment that had to be made in the past to download the app. And no, you don't have payments in the application either.