New ‘Pokemon TCG Card Dex’ App by TPCi!

TPCi has announced a new “Card Dex” mobile app for scanning and cataloging your TCG collection! The app is only available in Sweden for now but will soon launch worldwide. Presently, the app only supports cards from the Sun & Moon era.

 

The Pokémon Company International has released Pokémon TCG Card Dex, a brand-new app available at no cost that offers an easy way to browse and discover cards from the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Series, including all expansions and promo cards available to date. The app has launched in Sweden and will be coming soon to additional markets worldwide.

With Pokémon TCG Card Dex, fans can keep track of their Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon Series collection, using the camera on compatible iOS and Android devices to create digital scans of their cards, which are then stored on the device for convenient offline viewing. Even damaged or partially obscured cards can be scanned and identified in the app, and cards in other languages will automatically be translated into the preferred language.

In addition, Pokémon TCG Card Dex provides a comprehensive database of all Sun & Moon Series expansions, with the ability to filter by expansion, card type and rarity, Pokémon type, Energy type, HP, and other options, so fans can easily search for and discover cards to add to their collection.

In Sweden, Pokémon TCG Card Dex is available to download at no cost from the App Store and Google Play. The app supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Brazilian Portuguese languages.

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  1. AngryBokoblin Guzzlord is fun
    AngryBokoblin

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    Can it detect fake cards?
     
  2. RisingRaichuu Aspiring Trainer
    RisingRaichuu

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    So BTech PTCG Card Database?
     
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  3. Gameguard Aspiring Trainer
    Gameguard

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    For those not wanting to wait for release in na n such . I uploaded it to apkmirror
     
  4. bunnybird12 Don't be sad- be hoppy!
    bunnybird12

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    This actually sounds useful for keeping track of my collection. It doesn’t have XY sets though.
     
  5. PokeMedic Don't talk to me or my Pokemon ever again
    PokeMedic

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    I wonder if they take metrics off of who has what cards [​IMG]
     
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  6. Merovingian As you can see, there's a toilet here.
    Merovingian

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    I see you recently purchased Stoutland and Raichu

    Here are some recent listings for Tropical Beach
     
  7. Number51x Blasting off at the speed of light!
    Number51x

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    I use TCG Trader to keep track of my collection. I goes all the way back. I don't think this is exactly how it was intended to be used, but it works really well. Not especially flashy though, if that's your thing.
     
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  8. Lord Goomy Got Goomies?
    Lord Goomy

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    Oh, cool! I love to just pop over here for news like this.
     
  9. Quilnation Aspiring Trainer
    Quilnation

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    I have never been more proud of being a Swede
     
  10. FourteenAlmonds Roasted, but not salty
    FourteenAlmonds

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    This just doesn't seem as good as the other PTCG collecting apps out there; at least, not yet.

    I'm only going to switch over from the one I'm currently using if they put in a way to transfer your collection or create an element of the app that actually makes it significantly better than its competitors — otherwise, it's not worth the time to manually input hundreds (or thousands) of cards again.
     
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  11. Ashblaze Full Art Supporter Hunter
    Ashblaze

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    Ooo a new app that can help me with my full art supporter collection, this can be great for all the people who try to complete master sets of them unlike me, I would rather use this to help with my collection and keeps track of ones I’m still on the look out for, at the moment I don’t have any full art supporters of the newest set team up and I hope my birthday on The 14th will give me luck to pull some of them, I most hope to get the battle chatelaine sisters. WISH ME LUCK!
     
  12. theophile Aspiring Trainer
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    It needs to be able to track per-card quantity, and it needs to have a PTCGO-style deck builder. I know I'm not the only person who builds/tests decks in PTCGO before trying to make them in real life. It would be great to be able to import a PTCGO decklist and have the app tell me exactly what cards I'm missing to be able to build the deck. At the very least, it would be great to be able to use an interface similar to PTCGO to make a real-life deck, where the app knows what cards I have and how many of each. Bonus points if it can keep track of what decks I already have assembled and could tell me (for example), "Yeah, you have all the cards you need to make this new deck, but you're going to have to take a Cynthia out of one of your other decks to do it."

    What we don't need is yet another app just to track how close you are to set completion.
     
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  13. Number51x Blasting off at the speed of light!
    Number51x

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    For real. It HAS to have some sort of import feature. Even if I have to fiddle around with the CSV that my current app outputs, it would be time well spent.
     
  14. Fafnirchaos Aspiring Trainer
    Fafnirchaos

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    This could become scary if your a person who buys codes online.
     
  15. Ambidemisphere Aspiring Trainer
    Ambidemisphere

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    I think i'll keep using Deckbox :(
     
  16. Willie Aspiring Trainer
    Willie

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    This seems very interesting and useful in my opinion