Palmistry is being practiced for 1000s of years. In palmistry, an expert observes a palm carefully and tells a person what his/her future would be like. The expert is known as a “palmist”. How does palmistry work? You’ll find several lines on the palm. Each line in the palmistry has a certain importance. For example and according to experts, if the headline is lengthy, it means that you’re intelligent. If the lifeline is clear and lengthy, you’ll live longer. Marks or signs on the palm also indicates good luck or bad luck. The palmist takes the position of the mark into account to learn whether the sign is good or bad for a person’s health, career, etc.
If you’re interested in palmistry but you don’t want to spend money visiting a professional palmist, you can use the applications I’ve shared below. The following mobile apps can identify the lines on the palm and create a personalized horoscope.
Best palm reading apps for Android and IOS
AstroGuru is a free palm reading app with 10+ million users. You must enter your name, birthday, and location to use the AstroGuru application. The application’s palm reading module supports the left as well as the right hands. You must tap the appropriate option. When you do so, AstroGuru will request phone camera access permission. Once you grant this permission, AG will turn on the camera’s flash and will show an image of a palm. You must position the camera in such a way that your palm and fingers fit in the image. Once you do so, AstroGuru will take a picture of your palm and analyze the lines it finds. It will also highlight the lines it has found with red/green colors. Then, it displays the horoscope. AstroGuru lets users save readings.
How to read palms
This application will teach you the basics of palmistry for free. Its size is small and the interface is sleek. The application has several topics. You must tap on the topic to see the subtopics. Then, you should tap on the sub-topic to get more details on it. HTRP is a web view application. It won’t work when the internet or WiFi connection is not active on the phone. It also shows a lot of ads. An ad appears when you tap every time on a topic or a subtopic. A good alternative to this application is the palmistry videos on YouTube. YouTube has 1000s of videos that teaches palm reading.
Palm Reader Scanner Free
For some reason, this application is 2/3 times larger than AstroGuru. PRSF users are not asked to enter their birth date or name. Once you take a picture with it, the application will analyze the life, heart, and headlines and display the prediction. The predictions you’ll find in this application are based on Chinese palmistry.
Sense and Fortunescope (Paid)
Sense application is available for IOS devices only. It not only identifies lines on the palm but also analyzes the fingerprint pattern. To generate the prediction, Sense employs artificial intelligence technology. The application can recognize the signs on lines and it can create a biorhythm chart. FurtoneScope is an alternative to Sense. It is a paid application that instead of using an algorithm to create a prediction gets you in touch with an experienced palm reader. The reader will look at the photo of your palm and will share his/her thoughts with you. Unlike Sense, FortuneScope supports IOS and Android devices.
Basirly is the only application on this page that asks users to register an account with an email address or phone number. Once your Basirly account is set up, you can access the following tools:
- Tarot, palm, face reading.
- Love, Spirit counseling.
No matter what options you choose, you’ll have to fill the “As a question” box with the question you want to ask the physic. If you choose the face/palm reading option, you’ll have to upload the pictures of your palm or face. Once you fill the form, tap the “Select a Physic” button.
Are the applications accurate?
Frankly speaking, there’s no proof that palmistry is accurate. You can use the application and decide this yourself by carefully going through the prediction and comparing it with your past or your current nature or life. The applications do a great job of spotting the lines on the palm if you take its picture correctly but they identify just three lines. A palmist not only analyzes these three lines but also considers various other lines. None of the mobile applications are capable of identifying lines other than heart/head/lifelines with the phone’s camera and their line recognition algorithm.
Conclusion: People who love to read horoscopes may be also interested in palmistry. The applications I’ve shared above is for such people