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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Epjaffe, Jan 20, 2020.
I've looked but haven't found many apps. Any help would be appreciated!
Do you have an iPhone? If so, basically everything by Marc Kerstein is great.
These are my personal favorites of his:
Digital Force Bag
I've also heard good things about Bioswap and Xeno. WebFX is neat but not for me. That's not to say it's bad though.
52kards made some good apps (I haven’t tried them personally, but I saw a performance which was pretty good). The only problem is that they don’t work well with iPhones X and 11
city prediction... I like it!!
Rising Card! One of the first magic apps for iPhone, and actively maintained to work with the latest iOS.
Not an app, but David Williamson showed how he uses a hot rod routine underneath a spectator's iPhone while it is on camera mode to show how the colors work with the photo filters...ha. It was great. Also use caution when using too much technology with phones during magic performances. You don't want over kill or spectators will just say, "Oh..neat app." Just FYI.
That's a fantastic presentation! I love David Williamson.
Actually the Wizard Product review today was mostly apps. The last one, though expensive, looks really good.