Tarot of Marseille Lite

Tarot of Marseille Lite


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.

Recent changes:
**v2.0.3**
- Bugfixes
- UI Improvements

**v2.0.1**
- Content fixes

**v2.0**
- Compatible Android 4.x
- Speed Optimizations
- Third library updates

**v1.1.5**
- Patch HTC Desire HD
- SD Card installation !
- Sounds issue is fixed
- Minor bug fixes
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4.4
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Installs
500,000+
Concerns
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File size
3832 kb
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About Tarot of Marseille Lite
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.

Recent changes:
**v2.0.3**
- Bugfixes
- UI Improvements

**v2.0.1**
- Content fixes

**v2.0**
- Compatible Android 4.x
- Speed Optimizations
- Third library updates

**v1.1.5**
- Patch HTC Desire HD
- SD Card installation !
- Sounds issue is fixed
- Minor bug fixes

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A Google User
Sunday 8:44 AM
Good app but Choosing the cards by finger scrolling picks out cards randomly or different from my feelings.
A Google User
Mar 27, 2015
Good
A Google User
Mar 24, 2015
Simplee Good job
A Google User
Mar 19, 2015
Should not always be running I liked it but don't need it sucking memory when not in use.
A Google User
Mar 5, 2015
Not too bad. Not too bad.
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