Yi Jing - I Ching - Oracle

Yi Jing - I Ching - Oracle


Yi Jing, also called The Book of Changes is a text written in 1100 BC and is considered the first ever Chinese classic texts.
Still used for divination purposes, provides a response based on a reading of 64 hexagrams.
The response consists of the first hexagram that gives information on the current situation, by moving lines that describe how the situation will evolve to the meaning of the second hexagram.



With this application you can quickly consult the famous Chinese horoscope book for the "I Ching" for advice on immediate urgent questions.

All you need is three coins on hand!


Entirely in English
If you experience any problems, please send the error report or an e-mail

Recent changes:
v 2.1.0
Now you can see the Tarot in full screen and hear the name pronounced in Chinese.
* Tap the Hexagram in the upper left-hand corner when you see the single Hexagram, the first or second

2.0.0
Now you can launch the coins automatically
You can add a result to your favorites
the application stores the last 100 results

If you like this app write a good review on the store. Thanks!
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About Yi Jing - I Ching - Oracle
Yi Jing, also called The Book of Changes is a text written in 1100 BC and is considered the first ever Chinese classic texts.
Still used for divination purposes, provides a response based on a reading of 64 hexagrams.
The response consists of the first hexagram that gives information on the current situation, by moving lines that describe how the situation will evolve to the meaning of the second hexagram.



With this application you can quickly consult the famous Chinese horoscope book for the "I Ching" for advice on immediate urgent questions.

All you need is three coins on hand!


Entirely in English
If you experience any problems, please send the error report or an e-mail

Recent changes:
v 2.1.0
Now you can see the Tarot in full screen and hear the name pronounced in Chinese.
* Tap the Hexagram in the upper left-hand corner when you see the single Hexagram, the first or second

2.0.0
Now you can launch the coins automatically
You can add a result to your favorites
the application stores the last 100 results

If you like this app write a good review on the store. Thanks!
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A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
Needs more work I finally understand. You need to throw your own coins or split your own sticks and put the info in?! It doesn't say that! I'd rather pay for the Yijing Oracle the $2.99. It's far easier to use AND I don't have to read an entire book full of a lot on nonsense to get my interpreation. So much for "free". The paid 1 doesn't have annoying ads.
A Google User
Mar 10, 2014
Needs more work Too many issues to mention.
A Google User
Aug 8, 2012
Nonsense.. ...of course there are changing lines - these are coins after all. You just need to flip the screen to the right to see them - if there are any. But yeah, it's a simple app, no history, not even a list of the hexagrams to search. Text is nothing too special too.
A Google User
Aug 8, 2012
Nonsense.. ...of course there are changing lines - these are coins after all. You just need to flip the screen to the right to see them - if there are any. But yeah, it's a simple app, no history, not even a list of the hexagrams to search. Text is nothing too special too.
Elena
Aug 8, 2012
Nonsense.. ...of course there are changing lines - these are coins after all. You just need to flip the screen to the right to see them - if there are any. But yeah, it's a simple app, no history, not even a list of the hexagrams to search. Text is nothing too special too.