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I get that answers can sometimes be vague in order to instill awe in people and encourage them to believe.. but this? It's crazy accurate! I ask about infidelity, it describes my past and present situation PERFECTLY, and the future card gives me an answer involving infidelity! I ask about a financial question and it gives me an answer that is based on finances. The only downside is that every time I draw "today's card" I tend to daw something negative, which makes me sad. I try hard to beat my depression and anxiety every day and choose to be happy, so it's difficult when I think the day ahead will offer many challenges (i guess that's my bad luck for ya) but this app is just amazing.. 😧
I took a tarot class for my masters program and that's where I learned to use the Rider Waite deck (I had previously used more modern, new age decks). After finishing the class, I was drawn to keep learning and working with RW and this is the perfect app to help me on the go. With two children ages 2 and 3 and the third one arriving in another month, I don't always get time or space or quiet to pull out an actual deck. But with this app I feel connected and continue my exploration and learning. The readings have been very good and i especially enjoy the card of the day. I would highly recommend this app!
Drawing any kind of spread, or even constructing one from specific cards is very easy. There are copious in-app resources on card and spread meanings, but they aren’t intrusive- just there in case you’re looking for them. This combined with the journal feature, which archives your spreads and can even save a page of notes on each one, makes The Fool’s Dog apps both flexible and reliable. As for the deck, Rider Waite Smith is at least the most recognizable tarot set. Much as people will say to pick a deck that “calls to you”, RWS is a mainstay for practical reasons: clear, memorable, human images that are easy to commit to memory, while still maintaining some of the ambiguity in their expressions that gives Tarot reading its value.
I always wanted to learn about tarot and start reading for myself, and this app is a wonderful learning tool, without pretentious explanations or judgement of a more experienced reader. I continually have to re-read card information, and i would have too many questions for any rational human to withstand. The journal feature is wonderful and includes the details of the reading with what you’ve journaled, which you can quickly switch from journal to the reading as you go through the cards, so you can type up your thoughts and responses as you go.
I have been enjoying this app for close to one year now and it never disappoints. It is so helpful to get a quick read on the card of the day. Whenever I want to look at the full interpretation it is just a click of a button and I am there. This app teaches me new spreads to try and I find that it is easy to follow. I love the way the card of the day is saved on the app with my personal notes included whenever I feel so inspired. This is a wonderful addition to my personal Tarot cards.
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Tarot! has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of Tarot! (2.1.3) was released on Apr 21, 2018.
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Pamela Colman Smith’s transcendent art has defined the Tarot in the English-speaking world for over 100 years. Now explore our radiant digital restoration of The Classic 1910 Tarot Cards conceived by A. E. Waite and illustrated by Pamela
Colman Smith. You will see the images as never before, each card vibrant and pristine. Zoom in on details to see every nuance of the deck! Discover the original colors, as they came hot off the press in 1910!
This app includes three unabridged books: a modern guide to the cards, and two classic works of occultism written at the time of the deck’s release. The original guidebook, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, by A. E. Waite is within the app, as well as The Tarot, by S. L. MacGregor Mathers.
Learning Tarot has never been easier, or more intuitive!
*Intuitive, elegant interface is easy for beginners and experts
*Sumptuous full screen, high-resolution card images
*Full support for all current iOS devices
*Includes three complete books: The Concise Tarot Reader by Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone, The Tarot by S. L. MacGregor Mathers, and the original guide to the deck, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite.
*21 built-in card layouts
*Free form layout option
*Many adjustable settings
*Allow reversed cards or not
*Option to use Major Arcana only
*Zoom in to enlarge card details
*Share reading via email, Facebook and Twitter
*Animated shuffle & cut
*Adjustable voice prompts
*Customize with your own card meanings & reading cloths
*Books and card meanings available in English only
The Oracle of the Tarot speaks eloquently through this classic deck. Ask about tomorrow today!
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