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Phone, Apps & eTricks

An iPhone App is a little program or application that you install on your iPhone. Our magic iPhone Apps are tricks that allow you to do some cool effect and amaze your friends, colleagues and clients.

With eTricks we understand any magic tricks which are presented on some kind of computing device, be it a computer, PDA, iPod, cell phone or other similar gadgets. Imagine you take out your PalmPilot to make a quick note or beam a business card to your colleague. At that point you are perfectly setup to do a mind boggling trick using technology which will leave your colleague amazed. Rest assured that he will remember you.

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Arthur Ray

Wall-E System by Arthur RayPlease Note: This effect can only be done on an Android phone. It does not require an internet connection.

Wall-E System is the 21st century multiple-out system. It is the most portable multiple-out system because it lives on your Android phone. And the best part is that the prediction is always on the wallpaper and the audience holds the phone throughout the performance.

You will be getting everything that is needed to perform the effects. Get it and perform them right away.

You get the following effects with it:

  • OUIJA: You give the audience 5 names. They guess who is dead among...
2020 / 1 / 19

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Satabdo Sengupta

Cyborg System by Satabdo SenguptaThe Cyborg System uses a new method in phone mentalism. Imagine walking up to any random spectator handover your phone to them and ask them to think of any random icon/app they see, and instantly that icon/app pops open.
  • Only works on Android phones
  • You will need to download and install a free app
  • Instant reset and repeatable
  • Perform anywhere
  • 100% impromptu

1st edition 2019, PDF 2 pages, video 11 min.

2019 / 12 / 15

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Maurice Janssen

Satan's Calculator Trick by Maurice JanssenDisplay Satan's number 666 on a calculator. (Use a phone's calculator.) Slowly turn the phone upside down, but miraculously the number still reads 666. Best to watch the demo video below.

  • no apps required
  • set up takes literally two seconds
  • phone can be borrowed
  • virtually impromptu, no body else needed
  • no screen shot switches, no toxic force
  • no memory recall buttons to push
1st edition 2019, 2 pages.
2019 / 11 / 21

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Card Corner in Phone by Ralf (Fairmagic) RudolphEffect: The performer shows a video that displays various card values. A spectator mentally selects one, then mentally tears off a corner of the selected card, and that card corner appears in the phone.

To perform this effect all you need is a phone that can play back an MP4 video. This is not an app and can therefore be performed on pretty much any modern smart phone. Please note that in most cases the card corner will appear in the video that is played back. In some cases the card corner will materialize as actual card corner.

1st edition 2019, length 7:41

2019 / 9 / 12

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Abhinav Bothra

Immaculate Prediction by Abhinav Bothra21st century playing card prediction that doesn't use playing cards, but you will need a cell phone.

The performer caught without props picks up a piece of paper and writes his prediction. The prediction is given to an audience member to keep secure. The performer explains that he is prepared for moments like these. He further explains - A few weeks ago I shuffled up a deck of cards, once done I dropped them one by one a table and asked a friend to film it. Let me show you...

He then plays a video and demonstrates how the video can be paused and played. Next, the video gets played once...

2019 / 3 / 23

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Debjit Chaudhuri

The Social Prediction by Debjit ChaudhuriThe Social Prediction has fooled the best minds in mentalism and now Debjit has finally decided to share it with the magic community. The video and PDF covers two revolutionary impromptu techniques to predict anything weeks in advance.

Imagine asking someone to think of anything, they open your Facebook profile from their phone and they see that you had already predicted it months ago.

The effects can be performed live or over phone calls, messages, Skype and radio. They can also be used to predict the winners of the World Cup or any event on social media. And it's the best way to promote...

2019 / 3 / 9

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Viet Uy

Call Demons by Viet UyNote that the explanation is purely visual with some captions.

Have a telephone call appear on your phone at will. This does not require an app. You will need a Bluetooth speaker or music-player.

1st edition 2018, length 3 min 27 s

2018 / 7 / 11

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Dominic Twose

The Sign of Five Telephone Test by Dominic TwoseOne of the cleverest telephone tricks ever invented. You do not need a special phone or app. You only need an assistant, friend or colleague on the other end of the line to make this miracle possible.
"I am fascinated by such thinking - your method is extremely devious. Congratulations on a great idea." - Paul Daniels

"It's incredible!" - Stephen Fry

"This telephone test of yours is the cleverest idea that I have encountered in years." - Peter Duffie


You tell the spectator of the importance of character in reaching decisions. You explain that recent studies have shown that a couple...

2017 / 11 / 19

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Erivan Vazquez

A Few Principles and Deceptions for Card Magic by Erivan VazquezAfter more than one year and a half of planning, programming and thinking over and over about details, my third release is here. For this occasion, I'm sharing with you three effects along with some really cool phone applications. These are the effects found in the ebook:

THE PERFECT LOCATION: You place a red card as a prediction in a blue deck. A spectator selects a freely chosen card from the same blue deck and replaces it in a random position of his choice. The deck is divided into two and you take cards simultaneously from each packet. When you get to your prediction card (the red card),...

2017 / 5 / 12

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Username by NefeschPhones are now very personal items. Long time ago in order to perform an effect with pictures; you would have to carry the pictures with you. But now people carry pictures with them all the time. Million of pictures! Using your spectator's phone and his Instagram account the effect goes like this:

Your spectator freely selects any category of pictures. He searches for this category himself; then your spectator selects any picture he wants. This picture could have been uploaded by anybody in the whole world. Yet you read your spectator's mind and accurately find the username that uploaded that...

2016 / 5 / 30

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Séamus Maguire

Untangle: Unlock Android phone by Séamus MaguireThere are 389,112 different patterns that can be used to lock an android phone. Compared to 10,000 combinations for a 4 digit pin, a pattern unlock is significantly more secure…..until now.

The methods you will learn will make it very easy to unlock any android phone or tablet that has been secured using a pattern.

This isn’t just mentalism, it’s the real deal, you are actually unlocking someone’s phone! For entertainment purposes only.

1st edition 2015, 14 pages.

2015 / 12 / 15

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The Phone Trick by RomanosThis only currently works only on iPhone devices.

This is not an app, it is not a pre-recorded message and the number they generate can be seen in your recent calls.

Imagine inviting someone to choose a playing card and to put it, out of sight, without looking at it. You then ask a selection of people to create a random mobile phone number. You phone the number they have created and, when the person answers the phone, you ask them to name any playing card. They name the card that was chosen by the spectator. This is a real reputation maker and one that we guarantee you will be performing....

2015 / 8 / 20

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Gerard Zitta

Phone Mysteries by Gerard ZittaIt is impossible nowadays to be a magician or mentalist and not perform an effect with a phone, smartphone, ipad , laptop, etc. The following mentalism effects look mostly hands off and impromptu.

No special applications or sleight of hands are required.

  • OPEN SESAME Get any equipment unlocked without touching it! Easy to do, fun to perform, 100% hands off and impromptu. Works with any locked telephone, pad, PC, Smartphone, keylock etc.
  • STUCK A method to force any number with a borrowed iPhone (and maybe other phones).
  • CALC'ACAAN An "untoxic" ACAAN that uses any telephone or calculator...
2014 / 1 / 25

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David Hambly

Computer Magic with the ZX-81 by David HamblyThe next time you download the latest and greatest magic app to your smart phone remember that it all started with this. This booklet is to the best of my knowledge the first publication on magic with a computer (published by Martin Breese in 1983). In this case the legendary Sinclair ZX-81 with the whooping memory of 1K.

The author addresses how one can use the ZX-81 during a magic performance. It includes numerous programs in the Basic programming language. The magic effects are not that great to be honest, but David Hambly was breaking new ground.

If you remember Basic with its GOTO, GOSUB and PEEK...

2013 / 1 / 11

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(Benny) Ben Harris

Precog by (Benny) Ben HarrisBen Harris combines old school methodology with digital magic in a way that opens up a lot of presentational possibilities. The manuscript is complete with artwork to easily print out the QR code cards required. Here's the effect:

A small packet of about a dozen cards is introduced. These are "Pre-Cog Test Cards" that the performer had acquired at a recent "Minds in Progress" seminar.

One card is white with Pre-Cog test instructions printed on both sides along with a SINGLE QR CODE. The performer explains that this code can be scanned to reveal the outcome of a precognitive test. The performer...

2012 / 11 / 5

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Scott Cram

Day One by Scott CramThe classic "Day For Any Date" feat has been updated!

Day One is a new approach to appearing as a human calendar. You ask for the year and month of the spectator's birthday, and instantly create that month's calendar for them on the back of your business card.

Day One is designed to be simple to learn, as well as quick and impressive to perform.

The role of math and mnemonics has been greatly simplified and minimized, and you don't need any previous experience with other mnemonic systems. Entire centuries are covered with less than a third of the mnemonics required by other approaches....

2012 / 1 / 15

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José Prager

Swipeit by José PragerRemote viewing, mind reading, song revelations, predictions and more... All with an iPhone or iTouch. (Some Android phones can be used for this too).

Swipeit is impromptu, can be performed with a spectator's phone and no special apps or software are needed. Absolutely no funny or illogical moves are involved.

Also featuring additional creative routines and ideas from the minds of Ran Pink, Mauricio Jaramillo and Paul Carnazzo that will give you plenty of concepts to experiment with.

Have an easy remote viewing routine and some very powerful mind reading effects at hand any time you meet someone....

2011 / 12 / 1

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Jack Dutton

ForeDate by Jack DuttonIf you perform the “Day for any Date” effect (or intend to add it to your repertoire), ForeDate is the software to help you practice your skills and polish your performance.

Learning the maths involved in the 'Day for any Date' effect is not hard - providing yourself with realistic practice situations is. ForeDate is designed to help with that. It acts as a virtual audience: choosing dates and expecting you to come up with the actual day for that date.


  • The program works with years between 1582 and 2200
  • You can determine any span of years (1996 - 2003, for example) ...
2010 / 5 / 10

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Chris Wasshuber

Fitch Cheney 5-Card Trick: for iPhones by Chris WasshuberIn 1950 mathematician and magician William Fitch Cheney Jr. published a two person card trick. Some consider it the best mathematical card trick ever devised. The basic effect is as follows.
Five cards are randomly picked from a deck (can be a borrowed deck, an incomplete deck ... there is nothing marked or otherwise tricky with the deck) and given to the performer, who shows four of them to his performing partner. The partner sees nothing else except the four cards (no other signalling or silent codes), but promptly reveals the identity of the fifth card.
Obviously the identity of the...
2010 / 2 / 8

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iPhone App

Alan Rorrison

Google Effect: for iPhones by Alan RorrisonYou ask the spectator to name any card that they like. No force is involved and it truly is a completly free choice. You then hand them your phone which has the Google search engine on the screen ready for the magic to happen. you ask them to type "what is my card?" or somthing similar into Google and hit the "Google search" button.

Now watch as their face drops. Google has not only told them what card they freely thought off but it has also brought up a full page full of search results linked to the card. They can even go into the images section and be greeted with pages of image results...

2010 / 1 / 29

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