Wow! This seems great. I have ADHD, so it is no problem generating a lot of "great" ideas! However, how much time would I save if I used this app to weed out the productive ideas from the ones which, while good, may not be feasible given my skills, talents, time available, and personality. I've only used it a few minutes, but it's so well designed and the questions are so well formulated, that I had to give this initial review right away. I will come back as I use the app more, to make any revisions to this review.
Good for research student I'm currently doing my Master degree and find the apps useful for writing my ideas on my current and possible future researches. Sure, you can maybe use Keep/Evernote, but having an exclusive app for the task is much better, imho. Although, at the end of the day, pen and paper probably still the best option, but nothing beat this while you are on the go/commuting.
Very helpful, highly recommend it It's clear the developer really put some thought into the questions and other related content within the application, going beyond other apps of this type by not just creating an idea platform but actually including very helpful substance within it. Helped me get out of a rut with many of my ideas that were "stuck" a bit ,and gave them the kick-start they needed to move forward productively.
Awesome for quickly jotting down ideas! Love the questions to concretely plan for future development. 4/5 because the import picture didn't work. It became a greyed placeholder image after selecting a image.
I really loved it. Helped me a lot with my Novels. Everything seems superb now. Thank you for answering us consumers. Have a good time and a nice day
Great tool! I was considering creating something like this for myself because I always find it useful to write my ideas on paper, and slowly progress them into something tangible. When I came across this app, I was ecstatic. I, however, wish it allowed me to create new question sets without going directly to settings. This goes for other features of the app as well.
- Link to an idea using #ideaname in your notes.
Add # before name of idea and remove spaces. Example: Paper bracelet, you link by writing #paperbracelet
You can also add #ideaname to the description texts and answers.
- You can add simple HTML to your notes, like <b>bold</b>, even links.
Problems, questions or feature requests, contact me via email or twitter (@ideaGrowr)
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