Check out the level objectives when the level begins. Otherwise, you might spend a lot of time on obstacles that are not the objective of the level.
Try to create as much free space as you can. This will increase your chance of making Blasters.
You can use Blasters by swapping them AND by double tapping on them. Sometimes this choice is a matter of being able to finish the level and not being able to finish it.
The initial position of the Plane matters. If you swap it next to a target, it'll hit the target AND will fly to another (or the same) target.
Once you make a Blaster, don’t use it immediately. Examine the board for other possible Blasters and try to make Blaster combos. These combos are so powerful they can single-handedly help you win the level.
The moves that are shown inside a level when you get stuck are not necessarily the best possible ones. Examine the board yourself to make sure it is worth it!
If you have more than 1 combination of Blaster/Booster combos, check out your level target before you make your move. If your targets are on the bottom line or far away from the move, Disco Ball + Plane, Disco Ball + Bomb combos will be very powerful.
On levels with multiple Cakes, don’t use the Rainbow you earn from finishing a Cake. Instead, wait for the other Cake, if possible, and combine the two Disco Balls.
Planes are awesome ways of collecting Candy Bowls. If you activate a plane when the Candy Bowl is open, it’ll most probably hit the Candy Bowl.
Even though it is crucial to pass the level, one should use caution when hitting the Ice Cream machine. If you use it before you have enough space on the board, Ice Creams will take over, leaving you very little place to make matches and collect them. You need to balance it out between having enough space to make moves and having enough Ice Cream on the board.
It is necessary to clear the area under the tray as often as possible to collect the targets falling from the Tray. At these levels, make sure to match under the Tray.
The more powerful your Blasters are, the more cupcakes you’ll collect. It is always faster to collect them using Bombs and Fireworks. Once all the cupcakes are collected, you’ll have a lot of free space to form new Blasters for the remaining obstacles, if there are any.
It can be wise to use your Blasters/Boosters on obstacles that are hard to collect such as Cakes, Popcorn, Candles and Straws first, instead of using them on obstacles that can be removed by matches only, such as Honey or Ice Cream.
On levels with Jam, please don’t get obsessed with it and try to remove the Jam completely if it is not an obstacle. You can still pass the level without completely getting rid of the Jam as long as you have enough space to make moves.
Fireworks clean all the pieces in a row or column. So, it is useful to keep this in mind at levels with Honey and Jam.
You can collect the Juices Bottles by making matches next to the Ice Bucket and exploding it. The faster you explode it the sooner you collect the juice bottles. So, do not leave it to the end.
Pay attention to which direction the Conveyor goes and plan your moves ahead. For example, if it progresses to form a Disco Ball after 2 moves, you might want to leave that side of the board to do its magic after 2 rounds!
Even though it is not a requirement to pass the levels, you want to clear the Jelly Pot as fast as possible. Otherwise, it explodes and narrows the area of moves, covering pieces in Jelly. You also need to make sure that you don't spend all your moves on the Jelly Pot. If there are multiple Jelly Pots, try to hit them both with the same obstacle, if possible.
Some obstacles like Coconut, Ice Cream, Coffee Cups, etc. may not be on the board when the level starts. They will, however, fall from the top of the board as you make matches during the level.