Pokémon Trading Card Game players, rejoice! Pokémon TCG Card Dex is the official app to manage your Pokémon TCG collection. With an ever-expanding world of cards, this will be your one-stop place to browse, manage, and set goals for your collection.

Pokémon TCG Card Dex has tons of helpful key features, including:
-Browse a growing database of new, current, and legacy expansions to the Pokémon TCG.
-Search for specific cards by type, name, Hit Points, or other statistics to make building your decks as easy as possible.
-Scan your cards into the app with our state-of-the-art image recognition feature, and see how far you've come in your collection.
-Track which cards you've scanned, so you can figure out which cards you still need.

What’s New

Version 1.10.1

- Added support for the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield—Vivid Voltage expansion
- Additional bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
1.8K Ratings

1.8K Ratings

Causemufins ,

A good start

I got this the day it was announced and decided to test it out. I had a number of sun and moon cards that I started to scan. One thing I noticed was that it may be hard to scan the cards on certain backgrounds, but once you find a good background, it’s easy from there.
I’m not sure how the cards are scanned but it works well. I mainly had forbidden light cards and when scanning magnemite, it gave me the ultra prism version which is a different type (steel not electric) when I said it wasn’t my card, I was given options of cards it likely was. Different times I scanned I was given different lists (one time the real version was the only option I got and other times it wasn’t.) likely this can be based on lighting and the angle it was scanned at.
I do have two problems though. Though you can go into the separate categories to see what cards you have in that collection, there isn’t a place that just shows all the cards you have. Another is that it’s only the cards released since their sun and moon sets, but that might just be as a start and older card sets will be added in the future.

Sammi Spammi ,

Iffy Scan

I tried scanning some of my cards—my collection ranges from the original 90s cards to the Kalos Region (I’ve been meaning to get more but keep forgetting)—and for some, the scan didn’t work at all. Other times, the scan worked but detected a completely different card, or it detected almost the right card but the wrong year—it was my 1998 Caterpie which was detected as 2016—and then a small portion, it was right.
I suggest that it should be possible to manually search and add cards for when the scanning gets off results. That would give a backup plan for those who wish it.
This has the potential to be a great app if only improvements are made. I hope they will be because I was incredibly happy to see that there was a way for me to easily carry around which cards I have without having to actually carry all 362 cards everywhere—not to mention being able to keep a record in case something happens to them and I need to know what I need to replace them.

AlexF424 ,

Nice tracker, but... Needs features.

I love the Card Dex app because it allows you to view all of the cards in the database that you have downloaded. However, the Browse section doesn't work like the screenshot for Unified Minds shows. It shows Complete Expansion with both, owned and not owned cards. I can’t manage to get the app to do that for me. Browse only shows owned cards, and the “Owned Only” button doesn’t change anything. Neither does changing the filter setting. Also, it would be nice to have a filter that shows only the cards you don't own from an expansion. That's what I was hoping to use in the app. Since downloading, however, it was nice to see XY era added. Despite this, there are still sets we don't have—such as the McDonald's Collection sets, and XY - Kalos Starter Set—which should have been added with the updates that brought XY. If the features I'm looking for are added, it would be nice to be able to view cards all the way back to Wizards of the Coast's Base Set (1999).

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