Card Counting Apps

USE WITH CAUTION

Overview

Card counting is forbidden in most casinos. Card counting allows you to basically cheat at games like Blackjack. This technique is most famously shown off in the movie, Rain Man. We have even seen several casinos ban iPhones because of apps like the ones in this AppGuide. Exercise these apps with caution and use them for entertainment purposes only. We compare our favorites in this AppGuide.

Essential Apps

  • $1.99

    Card Counter

    by TMSOFT

    Card Counter is an iPad and iPhone app that will not only help you count cards, but also help you understand how to win at Blackjack. You will actually learn how to count cards without an app with this one. There are several card counting systems included in this one. A great app that stands above all others in this category of apps.

Notable Apps

  • $3.99

    Pro Blackjack Card Counter

    by CALANOA Software

    Pro Blackjack Card Counter is the best alternative to Card Counter. It features a dead simple interface, which you can navigate from within your pocket! The buttons are nice and big and the app does everything you need a good card counting app to do. A nice option that will only cost you $3.99.

  • $0.99

    Card Counting

    by Michael Huber

    Card Counting is a simple, yet effective card counting app. Our biggest complaint is the size of the cards. This app would benefit from slightly larger cards. The interface is very barebones and leaves much to be desired. Card Counting is a notable app that may be worth a look.

Decent Apps

  • $0.99

    Vegas Card Counter

    by MoonBeam Development

    Vegas Card Counter is an okay app that has way too many ads scattered throughout. It is very easy to accidentally click these ads and yank you out of the app. The app itself is okay, but nothing too stellar.

  • $0.99

    Counting Cards

    by Appocalypse

    Counting Cards as one reviewer said is a waste of a dollar. The app is very barebones and does not provide the functionality needed to successfully card count. This is one to avoid for now.

  • $0.99

    iUltimate Card Counter

    by Thomas Nattestad

    Want the power of Windows 95 on your iPhone? Well, with iUltimate Card Counter you get that. We found the app painful to use and freezes just like those operating systems of old. You'll be immersed into the days of iOS 2.0 with this app. This is truly an app to avoid for now.

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