Tarot e-Cards are in Your Future


I can still remember the first time I had my fortune told using a Tarot card deck. I was only 12 years old and it was in an old restaurant in New York City. I remembered being frightened and at the same time, excited by the old woman who whispered to me the meanings of the cards as they were laid out on the table. I knew I wanted a deck of those cards, they seemed so mystical and important in her old gnarled fingers. I got the cards, but they never quite presented the same unearthly appeal they had that night.

These attractive and symbolic fortunetelling cards have been around since the 1400’s with the the first known documented cards having been created between 1430 and 1450 in northern Italy and they continue to have worldwide appeal. Originally used for games, Tarot continues to find use as a tool for personal insight, spiritual guidance and divination, and millions of printed Tarot decks are still being sold all over the world. WizardToo LLC is now bringing this centuries old tradition into the digital age with its new Tarot e-cards, making the world of Tarot more accessible and much easier-to-use for anyone with a mobile device. Now we can all have the World of Tarot at our fingertips.

This new Tarot eCards App is designed with an intuitive, easy-to-use interface that simulates real tarot card use and makes Tarot accessible on most mobile devices. The newly introduced Tarot eCards is the only Tarot App where users can actually build and use a library of Tarot decks within a single App platform. The Tarot eCards iOS App is available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. Applications are under development for our Android devices, and Mac and PC computers will be telling our futures sometime this Spring.

Somehow I’m not sure that spooky old lady would have had the same magical appeal had she told my fortune with her iPhone, but we cant know that for sure, can we? I mean, she was right about a lot of things. Get your Tarot eCards at the app store for under 4 bucks.


2 reviews or comments

Dave Schneider Says: March 28, 2013 at 10:14 pm

The common perception of tarot as a fortune telling tool is bad for game players who try to teach other people about tarot games because people believe incorrectly that the cards are part of the occult.
Why can’t we get a more balanced and less stereotypical representation of tarot cards in our media? The media should tell the whole truth about tarot and inform people that tarot was really made for card games and they are not only used for tarot reading.

Julie Says: April 11, 2013 at 12:26 pm

Hi Dave… Thanks for your comments. I have to admit I never knew there were real games involved with the Tarot! Do you know of a link that might give all of us some more information?

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