"It just isn't conceivable that you can design a program strong enough to beat players like me."

July 1, 2016

Android UCI engine update: Stockfish dev't 2016.06.26

I'm sure these builds bundled with the new 3.7 version of CEPA will excite a lot of chess freaks, especially those who like the taste of the fish! All of them are 32-bit only. Make sure you choose the PIE version if you're on Android 5.0 and up. 

Stockfish 2016.06.26 for arm5 PIE: HERE
Stockfish 2016.06.26 for arm5 noPIE: HERE
Stockfish 2016.06.26 for arm7 PIE: HERE
Stockfish 2016.06.26 for arm7 noPIE: HERE
Stockfish 2016.06.26 for x86 PIE: HERE
Stockfish 2016.06.26 for x86 noPIE: HERE


Anonymous said...

Is Arm7 Faster OR x86? What's difference?

Unknown said...

Depends on your processor. If you have an Intel like Atom 3745 for example, you need to use x86 builds. If you have a Snapdragon or Exynos or Kirin, you are using arm architecture, so you need arm7. If you have an Android 64 bit device arm8 is the best choice.

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Unknown said...

Time control 2'm+1's.200 game.
Stockfish 260616=104/200.
Stockfish 120616=96/200.

Unknown said...

Impressive. Even 280516 is able to crush all others on my Rockchip tablet. 321.5 to 290.5 against SF7 at 300+1. My standart quick test setup, roughly 5 times less nodes per move than Rapidroid.