Tarot on the go? There’s no need to carry around a few extra decks to give an impromptu reading. Tech savvy witches have a slew of digital decks to choose from, bringing divination right to your phone. From personal logs that interpret your readings, to rich illustrations and customizable settings, here are some of our favorite Tarot apps to keeps you slinging cards everywhere you go.
This digital restoration of the original 1910 version of the iconic Rider Waite deck contains 21 spreads, including an option to create your own and to draw upright or reversed cards. Your purchase also includes digital copies of three books—The Concise Tarot Reader by Janet Farrar and Gavin Bone, The Tarot by S. L. MacGregor Mathers, and the original guide to the deck, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite. This 5-star rated app is great for beginners learning to read Tarot as well as experts who know exactly what they’re looking for.
This free app includes a unique 78-card deck with three illustrated lessons, including “An Introduction to Tarot,” “The Meaning of Magic,” “The Major Arcana,” and “The Minor Arcana.” With several spreads, you can follow along with the physical deck or use the in-app digital deck on your own or with guided readings. Aside from its accessibility and clean design, Golden Thread also boasts “Your Mirror,”a special feature in which you save and store readings in a personal log to keep track of emotional patterns and increase self-awareness.
Osho Zen Tarot
Osho’s digital deck contains seven different card spreads with unique high definition artwork. You can ask any question before your readings and use the in-app guide to learn how to best utilize the cards. There’s no option to create your own spread or a three-card spread, but you can access a quick reading. Osho’s unique cards (with titles like “The Master,” Courage,” and “Consciousness” provide insight into everything from work to your love life.
Tarot & Numerology
Tarot & Numerology is a multifaceted app that pulls its card descriptions from Biddy Tarot and Aecoectic Tarot, making for unusually detailed readings. While there are some ads, this app includes 37 different spread options with a standard 78-card deck with the ability to ask a question beforehand. You can even use your camera to upload your own artwork to and your own Tarot cards and decks.