Thus is a great, customizable, decision wheel. My coworkers and I use it for lunch every week. Very easy to use. I also like that you can spin the wheel by dragging it, as the button seems to only send it for a single spin (wasn't very random for our first few spins).
I enjoy this app very much. It helps me out on deciding what to do for numerous things. The only thing I would do to make it better is to add a feature that allows you to randomize the labels on the wheel.
I'm happy to change my rating from a * to *****. My problem was fixed right away. The app is super easy to use & it's actually fun. My students love when we use the app in the classroom.
Love the app, adore the aesthetic. Seriously, I hate adding new wheels because my keyboard interrupts the beautiful aesthetic of the app, itself. Wife and I both paid the dollar. But I have two suggestions for the dev to actually make this perfect. The first is functional: add a button which allows you to "weed out" options (maybe a dandelion) by tapping on them on the wheel, then hit a confirmation, and the wheel adjusts itself to spin without leaving those options on the wheel to affect the outcome of the spin. The current deactivate feature is awesome for just taking out one or two. But if, for example, I make a master wheel with fifty restaurants, I could then personalize it to not include things we're not feeling at that particular time, which might be half the wheel. Then, pieces that are adjacent to large blacked out sections are more mathematically likely to be selected with just the "deactivate" method. But if we can actually temporarily get them off of the wheel, they don't impact the process, and I don't have to make more wheels than I need. This would get my rating up to like 4.99999999 stars Second suggestion is aesthetic: can we get the option to personalize palettes? And maybe even get a hex editor to individually customize wheels? That'd be freaking awesome! Highly recommend this, especially if the dev likes and implements these ideas. I tried several randomizer apps before this one. Go with this one, especially if you don't mind paying a single dollar for the unlimited wheels (which, I agree, should be free, but devs have to eat, and it's just a dollar... can't even get a coke for that nowadays...).
This app has no actual interactions. Not cool. Waste of time.
Well the app exactly does what it's supposed to do: It helps you to decide which can be sometimes really helpful! :-) But what I like the most about the app is the animation and handling of the spinning wheel. The developer really did a great job here and spinning feels totally natural and accurate.
* Put UNLIMITED NUMBER OF LABELS on a wheel in the free version!