Pokémon TCG Card Dex 4+

THE POKEMON COMPANY INTERNATIONAL, INC.

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

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 1.19

Added support for the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield — Silver Tempest Expansion
Additional bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
2.9K Ratings

2.9K 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.

Jessicah Leforché ,

Not Great for Collectors

I’ve been collecting Pokémon cards since 2017. I downloaded this app because I thought it was going to have everything. When I downloaded it at the time, it was just Sun & Moon. But they’ve added support for X&Y and of course Sword & Shield. I used Pokéllector to track my cards before and now I still have to keep it on standby because this app only includes everything X&Y and above and nothing else. They do have the promos but they never seem to update them. There’s also some gaps in the Sun & Moon promo lists. So it’s incomplete.

Not to mention bugs and glitches are very common. Stuff like removing your tracking info, and recently, the app thinks that the Sword & Shield promos are no apart of Detective Pikachu and you must scan them to unlock them. If you do though, you get an exclusive art piece, which is just a white box with the detective pikachu logo on it.

So if your a collector, especially one that’s been collecting for a long time. Just get Pokéllector and stay away from this app.

svoges ,

Good but needs more.

This app is good for what it has, sometimes a little finicky but I've found if you're doing your regular cards with a yellow border if you have a straight black background it works almost always. And then for your specialty cards without a yellow border, unless the card is either white, yellow, it silver color, a solid white works the best. To be honest my only complaint is that since I've been collecting these since I was a kid, 80% of my cards aren't readable. From what I found it's cards made in 2014-Present. And seeing how most my cards are from Black and White as well as from Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, they don't work. My only hope is that the exapand all the what to when they started selling them in 1995 so I can accurately know the cards I have instead of flipping through my card binder. Another nice feature which could be cool is if they allowed you to mark how many of that card you have, just for the convenience factor.

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The developer, THE POKEMON COMPANY INTERNATIONAL, INC., 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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  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

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