I just bought this a week ago an am very upset about this product. It won't work every time I tried
to take a picture the app would say error. I tried email the company who produced this an I couldn't
send it. My email told me this email is not valid. So I will definitely never buy from this company
again. An in truth I'd want them to refund me.an if you have a android avoid this.
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This is a clever idea. However, it requires certain conditions to work well--a steady hand, right
lighting conditions, and the participant positioning their hand correctly. I have tried this several
times, and in most cases, it looks rather fake. Because it looks fake, participants immediately ask
if that's an app (though impressed that I still knew their card). If you work in dim lit bars, then
this app will not work well.
Hopefully, they will come out with a new version of the app that
allows you to adjust for all lighting conditions and scale for all possible positions.
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I give this a four-star it is a really nice effect. You must however be careful that no one is
behind you when you take the photos. You can really have a spectator think of any card and present
this as a mental effect or you can have a spectator really choose any card from any deck. If you are
fast when it comes to finding your app and choosing the card that The Spectator chose you can really
make this a nice trick and no one will even think that there is an app at play. It all depends on
your presentation so be creative. Some people are trying to download the app without making the
purchase only to find that you need a code and they're giving it a bad review in the App Store. Have
fun and again be creative that's what magic is all about I prefer to actually have the spectator
take the deck choose a card have a Spectators friend hold their fingers up The Spectator will show
me the card I will then pretend that I'm thinking of it and bring my mentalism at Play as I quickly
find that card on the app I will take the picture of their friend holding their fingers out and when
I show the photo which by the way will automatically go to your photo library that is the cool part
and wow just like that no one is really thinking of an app it just looks like a really cool magic
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I thought of several ways this could be done, and this was the one that I dismissed because "nobody
would sell something that dumb".
In only the friendliest of conditions could this be
performed - you would need to position your spectator's hand "for them" for this to work. Distance,
lighting, you or the spectator moving the slightest bit - this WILL NOT work.
wouldn't look anything like the advertisement shows if you did pull it off.
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After only about a couple of weeks I've noticed that my Android phone will turn off by itself
whenever I'm doing anything on it. Don't even have to be using app. Is it just my phone?
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I have not been using this app for a couple of months and I changed phone not knowing that this app
is no longer available on app store. Sent them an email but they never care to respond. Freaking
This is s*cks! I was able to use the app one time. but ehen i changed phone the code could not be
accepted. dont waste your money on this. wtf
I just performed this to a kid (around 13-15 y.o). It took me a minute to take the pic since i've
got an unsteady hands. after taking the pic and letting the spec saw it. He was amazed but he
suddenly grabbed my phone and zoomed the pic and immediately asked, what app do you use? the picture
is just too light even though you have an option to make it darker a bit but still its too obvious.
Hopefully they do something about the color of the app to make it realistic.
It's a usable app, but in my opinion, it's not worth the price in it's current state. App seems
more amateurish, and with some further development, it could be a decent app. Aligning the photo
isn't always the easiest to do, not to mention getting lighting right, can make it seem you are
taking too long to just take a photo. A simple addition would be to be able to make the card bigger
or smaller to more easily get the card the right proportion size. Additionally, some smarter
technology would enable to better align the card with the fingers 'holding' the card. In it's
current state, it feels like a rushed release and not as polished as it should be.
that aside, the app does what it's meant to do and in the right situations, it's workable... but for
a paid item, I would expect better quality built into the app.
I would say this app is just an average but it has a great effect. Get a beautiful spectator and
perform this. it’s a good way for you to add her on facebook or instagram and even probably get her
ph# :) why? Coz you can send the pic to her messenger and she can take it as a souvenir. lol
I gave it a 3 star coz once you zoom in the card it is very obvious and the spec would
definitely think that there is an app. and one more thing, you must have a steady hand for you to
take a shot quickly otherwise the spec would think that you are doing something on your phone.
But we magicians are very creative so im pretty sure we can create a lot of ideas on how to
perform this. :)