In the making since 2007 (was used on windows phones back then) ... now updated for the Ipod and Android phones (480 x 800 resolution - or ipods or Samsung 4 or 5 players).
The Ultimate Book Test was just placed in the Android Store and the Apple Store (this is the book test that Dick Christian used before he died late last year ... in teaching deception to gov agents in DC in his lectures -- the only electronic device Dick used in his mentalism):
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ubt-for- ... ?ls=1&mt=8
This was written up in the book that Dick was going to publish on book tests (he had over 1000 different book tests). He told me that out of all the book tests he ever used that mine was the only one that met 4 of his 5 criteria for a perfect book test -- the 5th criteria would mean that you were a true psychic. Dick purchased my book test for $1100 in 2008. This is a new generation of the book test where you don't need to know the line number ... you guide the spectator where you want them to look and start reading ... giving them back an image of context of what they are looking at.
Here is a direct quote that Dick wrote July 2, 2009:
"As one with a more than passing familiarity with book tests (e.g., approx. 1,000 book tests in my collection, 20 years experience performing book tests, etc.) let me dispel the major concern about this test as expressed by some. THE PERFORMER NEITHER ASKS FOR NOR DICTATES THE BOOK, PAGE OR LINE to be in play (unless of course the performer is one who should never be doing a book test in the first place). Properly presented it is SEVERAL AUDIENCE MEMBERS, each of whom is CHOSEN AT RANDOM by other audience members, who determine by TOTALLY FREE CHOICE the page, line and, if desired, the word to be divined by the performer. This procedure makes it abundantly obvious to all but the densest observer that the performer has absolutely no control over which book, page, line and word will be chosen. Coupled with the fact that the performer NEVER HANDLES ANY OF THE BOOKS combine to make this one of the cleanest book tests ever devised."
Here is the support site with a user forum: