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tgplano
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Ted Gillam
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Just came into the 21st century and bought myself an iPhone 4s.

I did a search and the only real app I came up with was Liebrary by J. Prager. There must be others I just didn't find.

Please let me know of other iPhone apps for mentalism. Not card tricks or magic - mentalism.

Thanks in advance.

Ted
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minderX
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Hi tgplano

Try
Email wizard James Mattox
Mental killer by Max Krause
iForce by Greg Rostami
ipredict by Greg Rostami
Magic SMS by Angelo Carbone

This are all fantastic Mentalism apps

all the best

Minderx
Carl Andrews
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lane99
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You can't go wrong with TELEPATH. By Richard Wiseman et al. It's killer, very easy to do, and I doubt the participant would ever figure out the method. As an added bonus, it's free.

Just do me a favour, and don't use the version of it that has you guessing which card they thought of. Dampens the impact by reminding people of a corny card trick.
Steven Keyl
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Ted,

Minderx's list is a great one. These are all tools that you can use in informal situations to create genuine moments with your spectators. I've got all the apps on that list and I use them all.

Like anything though, it takes practice and persistence to get to the point where the phone is not seen as a prop per se, but rather just a tool to help you demonstrate whatever it is you're claiming to be able to do. In other words, you'll need to work a while to get the phone to be psychologically invisible, but it can be done.
Steven Keyl

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