Magic: The Gathering Companion 4+

The official Magic app

Wizards of the Coast

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 3.6K Ratings
    • Free



Introducing the official Magic: The Gathering Companion App, the quickest way to participate in events at your store - Show up. Magic Companion does the rest.
- Built in Life Counter
- The Official Magic App for Store Events
- Get Event Pairs & Standings
- Create & Run Personal Events at Home

Quickly and easily join limited and constructed events at participating local stores. With Magic Companion you can easily find your next match and be notified when a new round begins.
How to participate in an event with Magic Companion:
1. Attend an event at participating local stores. Find one at
2. Open Magic Companion and select JOIN EVENT
3. Enter the Event Code provided by your local store.
4. Find your first matchup and get playing!

Tracking event play is now easier for stores and easier for you. Check event standings, get notifications on new rounds, report your match results automatically, and use a built-in life counter to chart you play.

Browse cards from Magic's entire history and search for the perfect addition to your deck. Keep up with the latest card previews and updated rulings on existing cards.

Stage tournaments for up to 8 friends in the Home Tournament Organizer. Add in their names, then let the app track pairing and standings.

Magic Companion is in active development and will continue to release new features. We value your feedback!

Note: A Wizards Account is required for in-store events, running events of more than 8 players at home, and unlocking advanced event setting at home.

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

Added a rotating navigation bar
Improved background image display
Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.6K Ratings

3.6K Ratings

cfjigvjk ,

Actually good

I mostly use this as a life counter and it’s great. They have some small features that really make a difference. Tracking commander damage, floating mana, infect, etc. is just one swipe away. Most other apps have a really clunky process to get to these features but it’s quite smooth in the companion app. When you subtract life, the screen shows another number that counts up which makes it easier to double check your math. You can save the life totals of the current game and pick up where you left off, which might be nice occasionally. The only thing that is missing is a dice roll feature but that’s ok. I’d use this over Lifelinker for sure.

skdhsjsbe7272728 ,

Good, but missing key feature

I use this app to play tournaments at my local game store. It’s nice to see the standings updated every round, but they go away so quickly. You are not able to view the standings the next day or ever again. I want to see how I did the past few times that I played. Also, I got second place at my local game store which meant I got a free entry the next time, but I went back and forgot my prize card that shows I had a free entry. I was unable to show that I got second place because there is no history as the standings get deleted as soon as the tournament is over. It feels a bit ridiculous that you can’t see who won previously. I also just want to remember which peoples decks did well. They should add a history of the tournaments you have played in with the standings

RoosterReviews ,

Companion App; room for improvement

The app keeps a record of tournament gameplay only for a very brief period before erasing it (seemingly under 24 hours), and if you navigate away from the score page after a tournament is complete it is impossible to return to the page. I’d say the app would be infinitely more valuable if you were able to access tournament records to track your progress and the progress of opponents who’d played in events with you over a long period of time, such as a few months or a year. I doubt the score charts take up much data, perhaps at the very least you’d be able to store them on your phone as a downloadable image or pdf. Instead I find myself copying scores down in notebooks and considering taking awkward screenshots to record the stats. The app accomplishes it’s most minimal requirements to facilitate magic events but there is lots of room for improvement.

App Privacy

The developer, Wizards of the Coast, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Contact Info
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  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
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  • Usage Data
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