To the potential downloader of this app - Don't really waste your time.
Even if you have a year long subscription to the website, you still have to purchase (in-app purchase) a different subscription to get card values in the app itself.
The cheapest is almost $10 for just one month. That is way to expensive especially since you can get the website subscription for that price, and if you need to see card info/values quickly and on the go, you can just use your phone's browser.
When you search for a card, the UI is nice, but once you find it Beckett won't let you see the value until you purchase the in-app subscription.
Again, it is a waste of money and time. Anyone that knows anything about Beckett over the last few years can totally expect this. (I also find it funny that several "negative " reviews for this app have been removed and there are no positive ones lol)
To Beckett and the app developers -
Even if someone had the app subscription, the overall app doesn't really offer anything at all. What's the point of even having a login (which when I log out, it doesn't even log out) if you can't have access to your Organize.
Or even some other parts of the Beckett site like forums and the trade system. In all reality the app is just bones and no meat. Which is sad because it has such a beautiful UI.
Almost $10/mo is too expensive for what little is offered. Especially if a customer is already subscribing to the website. I know people would be up for subscribing to the mobile app for just a couple bucks extra on top of their website subscription.
You, Beckett developers, really should try and listen to customers. It is pretty clear this wasn't an attempt to put out a quality product, but instead to just get an app out there to "appear" to be up with the times.