Updated: November 15, 2021
Since I wrote this post 3 years ago, I’ve found a few more apps to add to the list. Surprisingly, most of the apps on the list I still use, sometimes all of them in one day. I am still on the hunt for a really good moon phase app and I will keep you posted when I find one.
We all have times when we are out and about and not able to use our computer or have our tarot cards out, these are my favorite apps that I am using right now. Also, these are great apps to have if you are a techno witch.
1- Astro Future
This is a must have app if you are interested in astrology. This app gives you your natal chart as well as a forecast for the day based on where the planets have moved from your natal chart and how those energies will affect you personally. I included the pictures of the apps because there are sooo many apps out there and sometimes I have trouble finding an app I used to have because i got the name wrong 🙂
This is an awesome meditation and sound app that plays different frequencies for different options. They have options to connect with your highest self, for astral projection, for deep sleep and so many more. The free version gives you one frequency for each of the options and if you pay for the app, you get a handful or more for each option. On top of that, the Customer Service is amazing. I had some issues with the app not working and I got quick and efficient responses from a real person. I was very impressed with this.
3- Co Star
Co Star is a good app if you just want some basics about the 11 houses and what your signs are in those 11 houses. It tells you a description of your chart and then gives you daily updates based on your chart, similar to Astro Future. Co Star does break down the daily updates into positive energies and negative energies that you may be running into.
Following the moon cycles can get confusing, remembering what phase or zodiac the moon is moving into, this app is perfect. It gives you an overview of where the moon is and where the moon is going to be moving into next. The calendar is a paid feature and allows you to see monthly forecasts, but the free version shows you current and the next moon phase.
If you are interested in learning tarot, I highly recommend this app. Although no amount of time spent on your phone can replace spending time with your cards, this app is helpful is waiting rooms and when your on the go. You go through a module of questions for each of the cards and you have to answer with the correct meaning of the card. They add multiple meanings, which makes it harder. But overall it’s a great way to learn tarot, and it’s free right now.
This app is perfect for you if you feel a connection to the night sky. You open the app and hold it towards the sky and it identifies the stars and constellations that you are looking at that you may not be able to see with your naked eye. I love going outside at night and finding new stars and planets.
Runes are another type of divination that may be older than tarot. These 25 stones are similar to tarot, but look at bigger picture feelings, like the major arcana. This app is great because it offers a 1-3 rune reading and also can help you learn the descriptions of the runes. You don’t have to do a reading to get a description of the rune like with other apps.
I have been using this app for about 2 months and am absolutely lovin’ it! It not only helps me track my cycle, but it allows my to sync more of my life with the moon phases. It shows me which moon phase I have PMS in and that helps me to better work with the energy. According to the app, I’m a “Purple Witch” because I have my cycle on the Waning Gibbous Moon and Ovulate on the First Quarter Moon. If you try this app, tell me what kind of period witch you are.
9- Time Passages
This has been one of my go to apps for a while now to get a quick look at where the planets are in the sky and a quick overview of the energies. This was one of the first astrology apps I downloaded and then deleted for some reason. But it’s back on my phone and it’s stayin. I love that this app tells me the Strong, medium and weak aspects that are affecting me as I haven’t figured out how to tell the difference yet.
10- Plant Net
A few months ago I began taking walks during lunch and wanted to get to know my local flora a bit better. This app lets me take a bunch of pictures and upload them. it will do it’s best to identify the plant based on bark, leaf, or flower and give you a percent match. So far it’s been pretty accurate for me.
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