Cardfight Vanguard Database is completely free.
We would like to thank those of you who have supported this App.
It is because of you that this App remains free.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR USERS OF OLDER VERSIONS OF ANDROID
Due to changes beyond our control, Version 3.16 will be the last version to support versions of Android below 2.3 (Gingerbread).
- Simple single screen layout
- Powerful easy-to-use filters from the Menu button or the 3-dot screen button
- Full size card images (requires Internet access) from clicking thumbnail
Pinch zoom and panning supported.
- Card text, sets and rarities from selecting item in list
NEW FEATURES IN VERSION 3
- Personal Favorites Card Lists
Make your own lists of favorite cards
Allows you to organize the cards as you like them
Build lists with the best cards for each clan, or for cards you want to trade or whatever you like
- Build Decks
Build your decks on the device
Similar to lists, but with a quantity for each card
(We will be adding deck stats, test draws etc. in a future release)
Existing users please note that filters can no longer be accessed by a ''Press and Hold'', as this is now used to display the card options. If your device does not have a menu button, use the 3-dot screen button to access the filters.
Regarding the letter ''Я'' (if your device can''t display this character, it is the reverse ''R'')
This character can not be typed on a standard Android keyboard.
If you want to use this charcater in a search, then type ''*R'' instead.
So a search for ''*Reverse'' will find all ''Яeverse''
We are now including Japanese sets which have not yet been released in English.
Japanese sets are shown on the Filters screen as ending with (JP).
Please note that we will only include these sets until the English version is released. At that point, the Japanese set will be replaced by the English version.
If an English version of a Japanese card has been released in an earlier set, the English version will usually be displayed.
ENGLISH VERSIONS OF JAPANESE CARDS
Please note that there are no official English translations of Japanese cards until the card is actually released in English.
The translations we use are a community effort, and are much appreciated.
Translation from Japanese to English give many possible results.
This is particularly true of the card name.
When the English version is eventually released, we then switch to the official card name.
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If you have any ideas for improving this program, please get in touch.