Easily force an image using a borrowed phone.
"AnyWeb 2" allows you access a normal-looking "Google" page on your spectator's phone. From this page, you can force an image using a simple Google search. It's super easy to perform. The magic app takes care of all the work for you.
You'll be ready to perform just a few minutes after reviewing the in-app instructions. "AnyWeb 2" is ideal for anyone from beginner magicians to seasoned professionals.
"AnyWeb 2" works on iOS and Android phones, as well as iPads and tablets. It is also multi-language and can detect up to 40 languages. You can add up to 9 images to force on the gimmicked Google page. It's perfect for everything from close up magic to street magic, parlor magic or even stage magic.
What is the Difference Between "AnyWeb" and "AnyWeb 2"?
"AnyWeb 2" is not an update on the original "AnyWeb", but rather an entirely different product. If you own "AnyWeb 1", you'll still need to buy a separate license for "AnyWeb 2."
"AnyWeb 1" was a magic browser that allowed you to force anything with Google, Google Maps, Amazon, Netflix etc. However, you always needed to use the app on YOUR phone. With "AnyWeb 2", you can force an image on Google using ANY phone. Sure, you can still use it on your phone too, but the real magic is being able to make it work on a spectator's phone. It really amplifies the impossibility.
The gimmicked Google page can be easily and quickly accessed. Since it looks identical to the real Google, your spectators will never suspect a thing.
Are there any traces of the effect left on the spectator's phone?
The instructions cover how to quickly redirect to the real Google once the effect is done. However, the secret URL you used will remain in their browser history. It's unlikely that anyone will notice this. But, if they do, they won't know what they're looking at because "AnyWeb 2" requires a unique pin code to be activated and the URL itself doesn't have any identifying features.