Available free for Android on Google Play

TarotWomanLite is a tarot card reading app designed to be fun and easy to use. It mimics visiting a real tarot card fortune teller as closely as possible.

You can ask your question by speaking, writing or thinking it. The fortune teller will then read your cards out to you. You can also scroll down and read them yourself. The spread comprises 3 cards: past, present and future.

This is a great app for passing round your friends, as it's so easy to use, and you can all hear the interpretations of each others' cards.

You can keep your question secret by thinking it rather than speaking or writing it.

You can move TarotWomanLite to SD card.

TarotWomanLite is ad-free at the moment, and there's no paid version yet. Please let me know the functionality you'd like when you rate/comment, and I'll see what I can do. Ideas include:
- email spread and interpretation
- post spread and interpretation on Facebook
- save spread
- different spreads
- ability to change between British and US English
- anything you can think of


Navigation - use the doors to navigate your way around the app

Read the interpretation text - scroll down on the single card interpretation screen

TarotWomanLite uses Text to Speech (TTS) to read the cards out. You'll probably have it installed on your phone already, but if you don't, it's a free download from the market. If you're still having trouble, download Edwin (free) from the market, as that will automatically install anything you're missing.

When speaking your question, you need a good internet connection to connect to the speech recognition engine. 3G is generally good enough, but won't always be. If you're not in range, try writing or thinking your question instead.


App needs web permission to access the voice recognition engine when you speak your question. 3G is generally, though not always, enough.


Thanks to Vincent van Gogh for the artwork, Rider-Waite-Smith for the deck of cards and Creative Commons for the interpretations.

The app is called TarotWoman in memory of Ronnie James Dio.

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