By Asad Chaudhry
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
We're here to help students of magic. 52Kards has been the leading resource for magicians since 2011. Our free videos teach a large variety of card handling skills, tricks, sleight of hand, and flourishes. We also provide training courses for more dedicated students and sell a curated selection of custom playing cards, magic tricks, and other accessories.
What's New in Version 5.57.8
- Content and design updates.
- Various new features.
- Performance improvements.
I have been watching 52Kards' videos for a long time now, and he is easily my favorite card YouTuber! I think creating an app is an awesome idea because more people can be introduced to him and it is an easier way to access everything 52Kards has to offer, and they did not disappoint. While at the time I am writing this review it may not be the most fancy design, I still rate it five stars because of how much content is in the one little app, and because the layout makes it very easy to find your way around the app. I would definitely recommend this app, and all of 52Kards other platforms, to all. Any level of Magician, Flourisher, and Cardician alike can use this app with ease.
I was a beta tester of the app and even in the beta version it was smooth and didn't take long to load. The app puts all of the 52Kards content you would want in one easy to use interface with tabs for store, most recent updates, tutorials, and more. I have not used all of the features of the app such as buying anything, but all other aspects of the app are flawless and flow smoothly. You do not have to wait long for it to load if you are in a hurry and you can browse different decks of cards and tricks in one app! Overall Adas has done a flawless job with the app, and it is defiantly one that will go into my favorites folder on my home screen.
Polished and Helpful
I beta-tested the app, and even in beta, there were nearly zero flaws in programming. 52Kards, like their Mint decks, serves its purpose without trying to be flashy and extravagant. Asad and his friends have been helping me with my card trickery long before this app, but now I'm happy to say they've handed me another great tool to use. I slip tutorials in to my restroom breaks at work, while in transit, and when I can't sleep at night.
To 52Kards, be sure to grammar check the MINT tab's text boxes. I noticed a few errors back in the beta that still haven't been corrected in the full release.