Cup reading, also called tasseography, is an ancient art of fortune telling. Interpreting patterns made by tea leaves or coffee grounds left in the cup, it is a fun and healthful way to understand the self.
Kaave helps you with cup readings by its unique approach. You just need to take photos of the inner side of the cup and submit with your personal details such as name, birth date and relationship status. Based on the symbols in your cup and the details you provide, Gloria and her friends will read your cup and send your fortune telling, directly to your smartphone. Easy as pie!
- Gloria and her friends are waiting for your cups! Aunt Sophie is always there for you with her readings about love, social and family life. Jasmine is ready to interpret your cup to tell you about your friends and foes, financial future and career.
- The unique way to share your readings: Fortune cards! Create your beautiful fortune cards now and share on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
- Log in with your Facebook account and receive your readings directly to your email address too.
- Having your coffee at your favourite coffee shop? Check-in with Foursquare now and get free credits!
- Cup photos are examined according to our big collection of symbol definitions.
- Readings are done based on the symbols and your personal details, special to you.
- Your readings are stored on your iPhone so you can access them anytime, anywhere.
- Never forgets about you, remembers your details so you never have to enter again.
- Access your readings on any other iOS device via connecting the app with Facebook.
- Select photos in your album that you have stored at the moments of no connectivity.
- Share your magical fortune cards with your friends!
Cup readings are exciting and fun! You will have a great time with the readings of Gloria and her friends. Enjoy!
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What's New on this version 3.1.1
- Fixed small issues for users running the app on iOS6 and iOS7, thanks to all our users submitting bug reports