I was paid to review Palmistry HD app but all views are my own.
Have you ever heard of Palmistry or had your palm read? I haven’t but I do remember as a teenager having a slight interest in it. This interest was probably sparked by an article in a girly magazine like Just17. Does anyone remember that magazine?
I am truly not sure what I think about palm reading, horoscopes and such but always open to giving it a try. Could they tell me how to make money, win something or help me invent something amazing? I doubt it! When I was invited to review the PalmistryHD app I was a little sceptical. I was wondering what it would be like but here I share with you my thoughts and experience!
What does the app do?
PalmistryHD is a really simple app available free on iOS and Android. It asks your first name and date of birth before loading a camera for you to take a photo of your palm. The app also offers a daily horoscope which can send you a notification each morning for that day’s prediction.
The palm reading is available in basic for free. More in-depth results are available for a cost of £8.99 or £11.99. The free version reads your life and headline, the paid-for versions also read other lines such as children, travel and more, even your finger shape.
What results did I get?
I was a bit unsure of what to expect from PalmistryHD and wondered how much would be generated the same for everyone. With this in mind, I did readings for both myself and Stuart. Both readings did share some similarities but were not completely identical. In my report, there were things that did ring true as such but a lot was very vague.
Due to this I am not sure what I think to be honest. Some screenshots of my palm reading report are at the bottom of this post. If you read them what are your thoughts? There are definitely some parts that resonate with me. I guess it comes down to if you believe in palmistry or not.
My Overall Thoughts of the App
I am very undecided on the accuracy of the app but I think for free it is pretty good. Unfortunately, as I did discover that some of my readings were almost identical to Stuart’s, I am undecided on my thoughts on the app. Read into that what you will!
If you download the app and did feel it is accurate you can pay for the fuller reading. The bottom of every screen offers the opportunity to pay to upgrade and extend the report. However, it is a fairly in-depth reading without upgrading and there isn’t too much pressure to upgrade.
The horoscope element is good but again I am not sure of the accuracy. The fact you can be sent a daily horoscope for free is good. If it is your thing this is definitely an app to look at and see what you think.