Digital Force Bag 4+

Craig Squires

    • $44.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Digital Force Bag (DFB) is a joint release from UK Magicians Nick Einhorn & Craig Squires, and developed by Marc Kerstein. This app is a unique digital tool for the serious mentalist or magician and is available for entertainment purposes only.

DFB has been designed to allow the user to force any one of 100 items.
It is easy enough for an eight year old to operate but useful enough for the world’s greatest magicians!
Two effects are included to get you started immediately and an option to fully customise DFB for your own personal use is currently included free!

Key Features
● Easy to learn and remember
● Fully customisable for your own routines and languages
● Your audience will never suspect you are using a magic app
● Fun for the aspiring beginner and and an absolute essential for the professional
● Result can be different every time
● Export option allows you to share your routines with friends worldwide

What’s New

Version 3.0

Update for iOS 14.
Dark Mode support.
Ability to re-order lists.

Optional In App purchase of DFB Pro Tools which includes:

- Secret second input for a second force at a different number.
- Unlimited lists.
- Discreet confirmation of numbers.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

Percycanollie_86 ,

Not working on iPhone 13 Pro in Zoomed View

I love this app! Unfortunately my iPhone 7 melted itself from the inside recently and I had to get a new iPhone 13. Opened this to perform, and the Notes app won’t appear after putting in the prompts.

I’ve learned that this is a known bug when operating the phone in Zoomed view. If set to standard view in iPhone settings, the functionality returns. Would love to see this bug fixed in future versions. But otherwise this app is incredibly fun.

JLA930 ,

Extreme versatility

Using this app to force a card is just one of countless uses. Need to force a world city? Of course. Need to force a movie title? A vegetable? A flavor of soup? A style of shoe? Custom lists make it all possible. Make a list of things to bring to a picnic, and make insect repellent the force. Make a list of things people hate about Taylor Swift, and make Travis Kelce the force. The app is so easy to use, and works very cleverly. It comes pre-loaded with 5 lists of different sample categories, including a list of playing cards. To quote a cliché, “The possibilities are limited only by your imagination.” Yeah, I’m sick of hearing that, too. But in this case, it’s very true. And if that’s not enough, there is a Facebook group where people share ideas and inspirations.

Bodhisattva B. ,

Great effect but won’t save lists

This is a wonderful tool but every time I create my own list it won’t save, I’ve had to rewrite my list 5 times now, please fix this issue. Aside from that it’s pretty much perfect.

App Privacy

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

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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