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Description

Everything in One Place - Check prices in real time, shop our Marketplace, manage your collection, and trade in Magic cards to game stores across the country—all with a single app.

Fully Integrated Scanning - Scan Magic, Pokémon, and Yu-Gi-Oh! cards to instantly find prices, add them to your collection, or shop on TCGplayer.com. You can even create Trade-In submissions for your Magic cards.

Fast, Accurate Pricing - Choose between Mid, Low, Direct Low, and Market Price—plus Trade-In High for Magic—to see current TCGplayer price data.

Accurate Image Recognition - Whether you scan cards right-side up or upside down, in sleeves or in a binder, the app will quickly and correctly identify them.

Manage Your Collection - Create new decklists or import lists you’ve saved from previous versions of the TCGplayer App. You can also rename or duplicate lists and share them with your friends via email or another app.

Set Printing, Condition, and More - Find the price for the exact version of the card you have by selecting whether or not it’s foil, what condition it’s in, and what language it is.

Works with Non-English Cards - It doesn’t matter if you can’t read the text on the card. The app will tell you what it is and how much it’s worth.

Scans Several Cards at Once - The app will scan as many cards as you can fit within your camera’s field of view. You can scan an entire booster pack in seconds!

Additional TCGs (Coming Soon) - You’ll soon be able to scan other popular games, like Final Fantasy, Force of Will, and Star Wars: Destiny.

Location-Based Alerts (Coming Soon) - Get notifications about deals from your local game store when you’re close by.

Scanning Tips:

- Use a plain background in a color that contrasts with the card border.
- Scan the entire card, avoiding camera edges and obstructions.
- Reduce glare by scanning at a 45° angle and adjusting the flash.
- Adjust scan settings to set printing, condition, and language.
- Verify your card by updating the set and quantity as needed.

Need assistance? Contact us at sales@tcgplayer.com and we’ll be happy to help!

What’s New

Version 3.5.2

- Trade-In page fixes make it even easier for you to turn your cards into cash. (3.5.0)

- Interactive onboarding tips help you scan your cards and navigate the app. (3.5.0)

- We've fixed our splash screen to contain the proper amount of splashing. (3.5.0)

- Miscellaneous UI and stability fixes. (3.5.1, 3.5.2)

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
176 Ratings
176 Ratings
Ethiaha ,

Pretty good but far too laggy

I do like the TCGplayer app. It’s convenient to have an app to easily access the price of cards. It’s also an incredibly useful tool as a seller.

The huge, glaring issue with the app is its lag/consistency. The app is usually quite slow. Occasionally it straight up drops connection (tested on stable internet against a computer accessing the website). There are times where it would load the frame but not the actual prices and sellers. It’s hard to quickly look something up for a trade, especially if you have to jump through extra hoops to find the price guide when searching normally doesn’t work.

As it stands, I don’t recommend this as a quick reference tool. This app should only be used by sellers that want to check their inventory. Mobile buys can use it, too but really only should when you absolutely want to use TCGplayer.

Developer Response ,

Hello! Our Technology team is actively collecting feedback and working on updates to improve the TCGplayer app experience. If you have any further feedback please email us at sales@TCGplayer.com as we're always striving to make improvements.

eternal0star ,

Good enough but rough edges

The app does a lot of great stuff in how it integrates with TCGPlayer’s site but it has a number of shortcomings.

The scanner on this app is very finicky and slow. I’ve given up on trying to scan any pre8th edition black cards entirely and green or blue can be inconsistent. If MTGManager didn’t have such a quick and consistent scanner I’d let it slide. That said, MTGManager also charges for stuff & this app is fully free. I don’t know how your scanner works but if it doesn’t already do it I’d suggest having it read the card text and comparing it to an existing database to help narrow down the possible cards. At bare minimum you’d get the right card but wrong version sometimes.

It would be nice if the app had slightly more sorting options. The ability to sort the cards you’ve added to a binder with even these minor options would be amazing:

Alphabetical
Number of copies
Set name
Card type
Date added
Value

Also the ability to search to see if a card is in your collection could be a nice addition.

Or even just manually moving cards up or down the list.

Overall it’s a pretty good app, and it’s hard to complain when it’s FREE. I just want some improvements. The scanner stuff could be tough but just improving sorting alone would make me immensely happy

Developer Response ,

Hello! Our Technology team is actively collecting feedback and working on updates to improve the TCGplayer app experience. Key factors for successful scanning are: 1) scanning against plain white background 2) scanning at an angle 3) making sure the camera can see the entire card. If you're still having trouble you can find out more here: https://help.tcgplayer.com/hc/en-us/articles/115009674788-Tips-for-Accurate-Scanning. Or write to us via sales@TCGplayer.com! If you have any further feedback please email us at sales@TCGplayer.com as we're always striving to make improvements.

Obye123 ,

Suits its Purpose

Pros: Really easy card lookup

Meh: Scanner is still hit/miss even with good angles/surfaces/backgrounds

Cons: Too easy to make mistakes with selling cards/ safeguards

There are some things I like about the app, and other things i don’t. The scanning is alright, but I find remembering card names better/ more efficient especially if you run across cards a lot repetitively.

Also, when viewing more information about a card, I would often hit the buttons underneath the card’s name. The three options to either buy it or sell/trade. It made me nervous/anxious/furious that these buttons shouldn’t be an option unless you’re sure 100% you’re ready to get rid of selected card.

It gives your card base an approximate value of what’s it worth if you separate your pool of cards into a deck list, although separating your collection into various decklists can get confusing, especially if you’re experimenting with new deck ideas.

I feel all-in-all, app is a bit too trigger-happy. One wrong tap, swipe, or misunderstanding can really make a bad day.

Developer Response ,

Hello! Our Technology team is actively collecting feedback and working on updates to improve the TCGplayer app experience. If you have any further feedback please email us at sales@TCGplayer.com as we're always striving to make improvements.

Information

Seller
Ascension Gaming Network, Inc.
Size
126.1 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2018 Ascension Gaming Network, Inc.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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