Magic card database (MTG‪)‬ 4+

MTG Cards, prices, gatherer


Designed for iPad

    • 3.0 • 57 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Magic trading card game database is the premium iOS application for everything Magic. With its advanced grid view you can browse cards quicker than any other application.

MTG allows for editing and saving multiple searches saving you from having to re-enter them each time you launch the app.

+ Advanced search & browse options.
+ Life counter.
+ Searchable by name, description, expansion, rarity, colors, artist & others.
+ Small app size & image caching for improved performance.
+ Offline mode by pre-caching images.
+ Large grid for multiple card viewing.
+ Details laid out in an easy access view.

+ Access to the latest five sets.
+ Price guide that is updated often.
+ Automatic updating card database.

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What’s New

Version 2022.3

+ Latests sets.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

Brian5129215 ,

A Little on the Expensive Side.

The app works pretty well, however it seems like a waste of money to have to purchase both the pro unlock and pay a subscription fee to have full access to all of the cards, which half of the time doesn’t even contain the newest set of cards making casual deck construction using this application difficult.

drumbumisfum ,

Kinda does its job...

If you’re looking for a database that will quickly and easily show you MTG cards, this app will do a good job with any card that you know the exact name of that was printed before M20. I wouldn’t recommend spending any money on this app, as it rarely updates with new cards and its search function leaves much to be desired: I would just use your preferred website on a mobile browser instead of this app - but until Scryfall releases their own app this unfortunately appears to be the best MTG database on the AppStore

SharkoutofWata ,

Way Out of Date

The app only goes up to Khans of Tarkir, six sets back at this point I believe. It does great for older sets, and I have built casual decks with the cards I've seen here, but if you want something to look at Standard cards, this app is worthless. Magic has been around for a long time so there are plenty of cards to browse which is why it gets two stars, but a complete lack of current Standard playable sets is ridiculous, especially when they want money for the full app.

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