Tarot of Marseille Lite

Tarot of Marseille Lite


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"Gypsy tarot in your android device"

Reviewed by / Jun 22, 2011

Read your predictions directly in your phone

Tarot of Marseille Lite is a tarot application for your Android device.

In order to play with the free version, tap on The Gipsy Tarot button and ask yourself a question. The app states that the prediction method used is specially made for questions which require of a choice to make. Then, you can tap on whatever card your question is related to (Love, Career or Family). Once you've done that, the app tells you to relax, think about your current situation and shake the phone to shuffle the cards. After drawing the cards, you need to tap on three cards (past, present and future) of your choice. These will be your results and you can then proceed to read your predictions.

The language used in the app is Tarot related and completely appropriate; it explains the meaning of each card, as well as the relation with your current situation. However, the app only let me read the past result. I don't know if that was because of a bug or if present and future readings are paid features (which doesn't make much sense as they're the most popular outcomes and it's not correctly specified.

Horoscope.fr is the creator of this Tarot application, along with three other similar apps, like horoscopes. If you like or believe in this kind of thing, then you'd probably enjoy this app.

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Developer's original description available here
With Tarot of Marseille, control your future!

You have access to *one* (Lite Version) drawing method to learn everything in a few finger pressures: you are holding the tarot cards of your future...

People often look to the Tarot of Marseille just like when they look to the sky, with the simple purpose of learning the future and knowing their prospects. Is it that simple? Is raw information, without further processing and interpretation, really enough to interact effectively with future events? This should be a very helpful message for us, a message that refers us to images requiring indispensable steps in order to optimize our quest for balance and peace...

With Tarot of Marseille (full version), you will be able to interpret the cards of the most famous and oldest divinatory tarot through four drawing methods performed from the 22 Major Arcanas.

The Simple Cross Spread: the most widely used methods amongst all fortune-tellers; the best method to assess your current situation, draw conclusions from it and finally reach your goal.

The Gipsy Spread: do you have a precise question? With only three cards, you will be able to quickly take the right decision.

King Solomon's Star: this spread unveils the obstacles and unforeseen events that may slow down your projects.

The Fourteen Cards Spread: it offers a complete and precise view of your future, in every aspects of your life.

Recently changed in this version

- Bugfixes
- UI Improvements

- Content fixes

- Compatible Android 4.x
- Speed Optimizations
- Third library updates

- Patch HTC Desire HD
- SD Card installation !
- Sounds issue is fixed
- Minor bug fixes

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Comments and ratings for Tarot of Marseille Lite
  • (70)

    by Tanya Philip on 18/05/2015

    Marcel lite tarot

  • (70)

    by Maria Kay on 03/05/2015

    Choosing the cards by finger scrolling picks out cards randomly or different from my feelings.

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    by Sue Champagne on 27/03/2015


  • (70)

    by henry tjahjadi on 24/03/2015

    Good job

  • (70)

    by Julie DonCarlos on 19/03/2015

    I liked it but don't need it sucking memory when not in use.

  • (70)

    by Alejandro Jesus Agrelo Malacasa on 05/03/2015

    Not too bad.

  • (70)

    by Ricky Ledet on 11/02/2015


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