Enter the Wildwood, and take a mystical journey rich in shamanic wisdom and forest lore. Inspired by the mythology of pre-Celtic Europe, the 78 exquisite cards and the accompanying book guide you back to a time of ancestral wisdom and Earth mysteries. In the Wildwood, our partnership with archetypal characters and magical creatures is as natural as breathing. Voted #3 Tarot deck of 2011.
*Intuitive, elegant interface is easy for beginners and experts
*Dramatic prompts voiced by Mark Ryan himself
*Gorgeous full screen, high-resolution card images
*Full support for all current iOS devices
*Includes a 160 page book on The Wildwood Tarot
*8 built-in card layouts
*Free form layout option
*Many adjustable settings
*Allow reversed cards or not
*Option to use Major Arcana only
*Zoom in to enlarge card details
*Share reading via email, Facebook, and Twitter
*Animated shuffle & cut
*Customize with your own card meanings & reading cloths
*Book and card meanings available in English only
The dream team of Mark Ryan, John Matthews and Will Worthington has created a powerful tool to access your inner mystic. Enter the Wildwood today: those who journey within emerge forever changed.
Improved support for X family devices, including the new iPad Pro
Fixes Journal crashing issue
Various other minor enhancements and small bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Love the deck, the app stays out of the way
This deck speaks to me very clearly. I’m not sure why, but it’s unmistakable. I used the physical deck for a while, but the app is just as good and much more convenient. Without the app, I’m sure I would have lost track of the deck by now, even though the experience of using it is uncanny. The app presents just enough of the experience of the cards and their explanations to work without getting in the way or being overly wordy and intrusive. I have it set so it doesn’t simulate the shuffling, cutting, drawing individual cards, etc., which I honestly don’t need. (They’re just bits, not real cards, right?) Even so, when I scan the layout of cards at the beginning of a reading, I have to chuckle at how obvious the story is and how closely it seems to fit my questions. Stepping through each card and its reading points, I find bits of meaning that I wouldn’t have noticed or seen by only looking at the card. After using the app for years, I’ve only recently begun using the journal feature, but it does seem helpful. The process of writing my interpretation down helps clarify the thoughts. To be clear, it’s the deck and it’s imagery and reading points that are meaningful to me. The app is just a way to use the deck. So, if the deck doesn’t speak to you, find a different one. There are many available.
Love this product and the deck for which it stands
My life has been up and down and I lost the book that accompanied my deck. I found the app by mistake. I have become accustomed to pulling cards and reading the text for friends over coffee. I was shocked to find the new update added new readings for the “draw a card” segment. I love how I don’t have to through the book to find the place on the wheel, (that was not included In the text below draw a card.) even though I didn’t mind it, but I miss the meaning, reading points and the languid description of the cards, my friends really enjoyed how I read them.
Informative App but Needs Explanations for Reversed Cards
I used this app in one of my first explorations of Tarot, and I learned a lot about the basics from this app. There is a lot of useful information about various cards and spreads. Also, the illustrations on the cards and accompanying explanations are quite lovely. The main problem I had with this app is the fact that almost all of the cards I drew seemed to be reversed. This situation would be fine (maybe my energy really is that blocked), but there is no description of what the reversed cards mean in the context of this deck. Since I am fairly new to Tarot, I was constantly cross-referencing information on other websites and trying to apply it to my readings, but it just became awkward and tiring. I felt like relying on other interpretations meant I lost the Celtic/ecological nuances in this deck. To solve the problem, I now treat this deck as a sort of oracle deck, only read the cards in an upright position (which is an option in the settings menu), and use another deck for more "general" Tarot purposes.
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- 55.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.