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Carl Frodge
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I've looked at:
Ono-Sendai
-I like this one, not sure how frequently it's updated, and I can't seem to find a way to search by card text.

Android: Netrunner Wiki
-I like this one a lot, but it updates so slowly, if I'm looking up newer cards, they won't show up. I can search for card text, and it usually returns good results.

NetrunnerDB
-I generally use this just for the deck-builder, but the database isn't bad. You have to know the name of the card you're looking up, though, and most of the time, I'm looking for a card because I forgot the name.


In your opinion, which is the best card database? (Doesn't have to be one I listed)

And do you know of one where you can easily search by card text?

 
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I like NetrunnerDB the best and you can search by card text on there as well.

http://netrunnerdb.com/en/about
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Card Game DB is the best for searching text. IMHO
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NetrunnerDB is the best, without a doubt. I don't know why you think you need to know the name of a card, though... It has very powerful search functionality.

My favorite is Little Chiba, though I may be biased.
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Ono-Sendai is my favorite. The interface is the most streamline and pleasant to work with, and it does have a keyword functionality. Also, once you download it it runs locally, which means it's super-fast, unlike other tools that need to phone home to pull new information.
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When it comes to card db, frankly, I've figured out, that the best one is just my binder. There's a hidden value in browsing cards like that. Apart from that, Ono-Sendai is solid, bit it can be very slow (even when images are loaded), because there's a lot of JS and image manipulation. But after NetrunnerDB got that thumbnail preview for cards, I use it almost exclusively.
 
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If I could bring myself to using a browser I would otherwise not want to use: Little Chiba. Great site. Just doesn't support my browsers. (How dare Asmor volunteer considerable amounts of talent and time on a great project and not comply to my every specification)

I like ono-sendai and ACOO as well.
 
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For looking up cards I like Ono-Sendai the best. For building decks I like netrunner.meteor.com.
 
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