|Intro Screen Shot|
The app uses a version of the Dondorf cards, with the original printer's mark. The Dondorf images may also be familiar to some from the French Cartomancy deck published by Lo Scarabeo (2005), from the Königsfurt edition (Lenormand Orakelkarten, 2007), or from one of several smaller, self-published print runs of various versions.
The app continues this theme of offering both traditional and modern takes on the cards in its spreads section. This is incredibly comprehensive, offering one, two, three, four, and five card draws, with three different approaches to the five card pull (two simple lines, one with a theme card and one straight up, and a cross spread). It also offers an eight card choices spread, a themed or unthemed nine card square, a free form spread, and both a 9x4 and an 8x4+4 Grand Tableau. There is a short explanation of how to read each spread, including a brief overview of Houses for the Grand Tableaux, though knighting and mirroring are not discussed.
|Grand Tableau, Spreads Screen, Four Cards on Acqua Cloth|
You also have a large choice of reading cloths (30, including the possibility of uploading your own image to use as a backdrop). Not only that, but you can use alternate Man and Woman cards in a variety of ways: two men, two women, or man and woman facing in a variety of directions (depending on your past/future preferences and how you like them to face in relation to each other). While this isn't a function I would use often, it's always nice to have options.
|Nine Square on Blue Swirl Cloth|
Altogether, this is an exceptional app that could be used by anyone from a novice to a professional reader. As well as being amazingly comprehensive, it is very affordable, too. Definitely five stars!