As I am wont to do from time to time, I browsed the Apple App store on my iPhone 4S to discover some Tarot app gems (hopefully!). I was on the hunt for a good, yet free!, application that I could use to do readings.
The tarot card reading is simple and easy for the people to know about the future. The understanding of the concepts is essential for the people to get the desired results. The meeting of the needs and requirements is possible for the individuals to know about spiritual future.
My criteria for this quest was simple:
- Find an interesting looking free Tarot app .
- Browse the reviews (if available) to see whether it was worth downloading
- If no reviews exist, examine the included applications screenshot images to see if it is worth downloading
- If it is, get it!
In the past, I have browsed the app store many times and come away empty-handed, or worse, downloaded a seemlingly promising application to discover that it is rubbish. What is rubbish? A buggy, poorly designed and worded application.
Something like, “The Fool: before leap looking, beginnings new, adventure fresh.” This example is made up, but I have unwittingly discovered such duds before many times.
This time, I found The Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery by Robert M. Place: The Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery for iPhone and iPad. It’s free with the option to unlock the full version for $6.99 USD. There is no Android version as yet.
The app itself includes a booklet, readings, notes, instructions, and settings. Let’s start with the readings, shall we? In the free version, you can access two of the four reading options: Daily Draw (one card) and Single Card readings. Double tapping the images brings up the booklet blurb for the card. It’s short and sweet. No more than a few sentences long. The other two reading types: three and four cards are available after upgrading.
The graphics are stunning! Full color and digitally rendered to boot. Simply lovely! In the booklet section, you can zoom in quite a lot to examine each card in-depth in a way that is not possible without a magnifying glass using the physical copy of this delightful masterpiece! The colors are always crisp and clear: not a one is grainy in the least.