iTarot Android


iTarot is an application for Android smartphones with which you can check your star sign and see what the stars have in store for you and your future

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Tarot is one of the most famous alleged prophetical methods of all time, together with bone reading and slitting open an animal to see what his guts have to say. As you know, its efficiency is highly proven, otherwise, we wouldn't be able to have fun with characters of the likes of Mystic Mega and other celebrity fortune tellers. Nobody has ever put their skills in doubt.

An app to tell the future

Its origins date back to the 14th century and it's based on choosing cards from a special deck that are later read by a smartass according to their order or layout. The deck comes along with 78 cards including The Magician, Death, The Devil, The Chariot or The Hanged Man.

Well, here in iTarot we've got an app that throws the cards for us to reveal what future has in store for us, whether good things or bad things. Three cards we'll be drawn and their position may vary (face-up or face-down), and since it's an application for smartphones, obviously nothing is totally random, is it?

Who cares about physics, chemistry or philosophy? Just download esoteric apps as if there were no tomorrow.

The fact is that, unless you know someone that's familiar with Tarot cards, you're going to have to study a bit to be able to find out what the cards are saying about you. Luckily enough, there are thousands of online resources backed by important and renowned universities that can help you out. Not.

In any case, if you fancy trusting the star signs, your horoscope and other esoteric methods to know your future and understand your past and present, here's yet another tarot application that you can add to the wide range of software available for PC, Mac, iPhone, and iPad, that you'll also love to try out.

Requirements and additional information:
  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 2.1.
  • The installation of the app by means of the APK file requires the activation of the "Unknown sources" option within Settings>Applications.
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