Unfortunately, as is the case for so many magic videos, the instructor has no friends... or at least
none that would lend him an Android phone. Also it seems that no one noticed that the phone screen
was mostly unreadable during the instruction. Maybe viewers are not worth the time to reshoot a
scene or the camera operator did not know how to adjust for the phone's brightness.
however, could be quite good if performed well. All technique, no app or special gimmick needed.
Works well on the phones of strangers, but may not work well on the phones of people who you share
Thank you, I was waiting for a review! To clarify, it seems like you’re saying this IS a worthwhile trick for an iPhone?
For iphone it works great but I don't think it works on android based on how the system works
It will work on both Android and iPhone. The Android version requires a simple, justifiable addition of a notecard to write down the random numbers. I like both versions.
This is a worthwhile trick, but be forewarned that you have to cover some preparation after borrowing the phone. It is easy to accomplish, but falls into what is often referred to as a "gutsy" action.
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