CardCastle MTG 4+

MTG Collection Management

OzGuild Pty. Ltd.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.5 • 278 Ratings
    • Free

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The best Magic players are organised.

Quickly and effortlessly create a digital inventory of your Magic: The Gathering cards with the CardCastle app. Browse your collection, get real-time prices and build decks on the CardCastle web platform.


• Use your camera to scan cards into your CardCastle collection
• Check real-time prices of cards with a simple scan
• Browse and edit your CardCastle collection

What’s New

Version 3.3.1

Ensure scanner does not run continue running while the Capture screen is not active

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
278 Ratings

278 Ratings

DCopen ,

The fastest and best scanning app

I’ve been looking for a reliable scanning app with a web portal to manage my magic the gathering collection for a while. All in all most either look terrible or perform terribly over prolonged use.

CardCastle is not like the others. The app not only looks great, it performs even better. Fast and smooth and accurate unlike every app I’ve used recently. I have a blank sheet of paper that I have on my desk that I use as my backdrop and CardCastle nails it every time. The best of the rest I’ve tried struggle under the same conditions.

The online user interface is even better. The portal allows you to manage your collection and capture pricing, build decks, easy import and export... it’s just hands down the smoothest collection tool I have ever used... in fact it’s one of the smoothest cloud-based software programs I have ever used period! If you want to support the developer, which I highly encourage anyone do if you like the software, the pricing simple and straightforward, no complex set related garage to confuse you. You can do monthly or a whole year at a time. Check out the tool and tryout the online portal, you won’t regret it!

magrath ,

It was time to get organized

Doing a complete inventory of my cards has been a lingering pandemic project. With the money I’ve put into this game over the years, I realized it must amount to a pretty penny at this point. Then, after a buddy’s apartment was hit with a series of leaks and my first question was, “are your cards and you OK?” I figured it was time to actually knuckle down and do this.

Then, faced with the prospect of spending even more of my time in front of a computer using Excel, I thought there had to be an easier way to scan things in. Enter CardCastle.

Get the lighting in the living room right, throw on a football game and quickly log your cardboard crack between downs. Easy as you like.

I’m still in the card entry phase, but cannot wait to see some of the other fancy jazz they’ve built into the system for collection management.

What has become abundantly clear (h/t to the API with TCGPlayer’s analytics for card values) is that I am under-insured for this, and need to call my agent posthaste. Folks, we have a lot of memories, to say nothing of money, tied up in our cards. If the worst were to ever happen, the best thing you can do now to quickly rebuild is itemize your collection.

Jedi Scott ,

Scanner part of the app is fantastic…. Deck management….

I am especially fond of the ability to scan multiple cards at a time. I wish the set edition was a little more reliable but it is easy enough to edit within the app. Would be nice to set a default so that it forced to the set you were scanning from.

Tagging is also wonderful. I can set tags from a scan for a deck then use the tags in the website to setup my deck build. Once this is done however the deck management piece becomes very clunky. Once cards are linked into a deck they cannot be moved around between boards inside the deck which is a critical need when working with cards you may want to bring in or cards to remove as well as the Commander board is needed for the deck to be denoted legal. Removing cards from the deck and re-adding them in the correct board is tedious. At this point transparently I’d use CardCastle to scan my cards in and export them to other better deck management tools.

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