Requests for help with the naming of babies and businesses or choosing auspicious wedding and housewarming dates have been replaced with worries about work and fears for the health of family members as the deadly virus spreads in Myanmar.
The underdeveloped country has so far recorded 144 confirmed infections and five deaths, but experts say the lack of testing means the real number is likely far higher.
Love is another recurring theme on the app.
Returning migrant workers ask after sweethearts left behind in Thailand, while other customers come laden with concerns for husbands or lovers working on oil rigs or as sailors, says Thet.
“We can help lift people out of depression and bring back their self-confidence, their hope and future,” says 70-year-old astrologer Win Zaw, a brother of the late Min Thein Kha.