Review: AnyWeb by Magic Pro Ideas


Anyweb is not just a trick, is a powerful tool with which you can force anything with your phone or tablet using any app or website.

Without any techniques, the app does all for you.

Anyweb is a magic browser that allows you, by simple touches on the screen, to do incredible forces on anything! on any website or app, for example Instagram, Amazon, Google, Google maps, Netflix, or any other you want.

Everything is done inside the app Anyweb, the app will imitate the sites or apps that we named above in real time.

You can learn to use it in just minutes, with instructions and step-by-step video demos.

This amazing app is ideal from beginner to professional magicians.

You will also be able to create your own effects, with Anyweb your imagination is the limit!

Anyweb is designed for smartphones and tablets, so you can use it from Close-Up to big stages.

Anyweb is an app created by Magic Pro Ideas, a group of professional magicians from Argentina, Javier Franco, Leandro Bas and the developers team led by Leandro Gon.

With Anyweb you will evolve your magic!

iOS: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPad.
Android: Requires Android 5.0 or later. Compatible with Android Phones and Tablets.
(Not Available for Huawei Phones without Playstore from factory).


I’ve been procrastinating about sharing this review, not that AnyWeb by Magic Pro Ideas is bad by any means, but to be completely honest… it’s actually SO FRICKIN GOOD that it’s something I wish to secretly guard to keep for myself LOL There are just some things that are just absolute gems and this is just it.

As you can see from the trailer above, it is a clever forcing app that you can use on any Android or Apple device (sorry Hua Wei folks). Its name AnyWeb is perfectly apt for as you can literally use this on any website. I see this as the modern book test, completely fitting of the 21st century where just about everyone from young and old has a mobile phone in their pocket.

What I love… ABSOLUTELY love… about this well-designed app is that it’s easy to learn (and remember how to use), a breeze to use (nothing fishy), and as legit looking as can be (no fake websites!) so whenever someone asks you to perform something at work or a dinner party or at a social setting (I met my neighbour walking her dog), you can easily do something impressive right away.

And because it is so user friendly (dedicate a good fifteen minutes and you’ll totally nail the interface), you can focus on your presentation and have fun without fear of screwing up somehow. I see AnyWeb as a tool, not a lame “one trick pony” like so many recent magic crap out there; with a little bit of thought, the world is your oyster really. Make use of Netflix and get your audience to think of their favourite actor, or IMDB for their favourite movie, Google Maps for their dream destination… the sky is the limit!

If I sound like I’m raving about this, I am. Well done Magic Pro Ideas. I love how it’s very cleverly priced as well- it’s at the perfect sweet spot. Not too cheap where you’d have annoying hecklers downloading the app and ruining it for the rest of us; not too expensive where you can’t help but feel you’re being fleeced.

TLDR; Full marks all around from price point, features, and ease of use (and learning). Plenty of ideas to get you started too. If I could give this more than the full 10/10 I would in a heartbeat. One tip tho: it’s much cheaper to purchase AnyWeb by Magic Pro Ideas from a good magic store (like my favourite Vanishing Inc where shipping is FREE worldwide) instead of Google Play or the App Store.



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Ning Cai is a Singapore Literature Prize nominated author, who was also long listed for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016. A bestselling writer, she is also recognised for her illusionist/ escapologist stage character Magic Babe Ning, and recognised by Channel News Asia as South East Asia's first professional female magician.

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