Great concept but GO NATIVE! It has a unique concept and the app really helps track things one would rather find difficult to track. But your "hybrid" app isn't the greatest example of UX on mobile phones. You should definitely develop your app in Java! And then I'd be happy to give you more than 2 stars.
Not perfect... But great concept The app is not perfect but I love the concept. It really motivates you. I hope they improve the app.
Mediocre While it is a great way to start tracking habits, it lacks several features that would make it truly desirable. For instance, it takes entirely too long to load, lacks the ability to add daily notes, and there is no way to go back and add to a task that you forgot to record on previous days. Good but, it could be much better.
WebViews :( Good product but terrible implementation. Whether people are consciously aware of it or not understand that the poor performance, rendering glitches, and bad touch feedback ruins the user experience. The decision to go hybrid shows either incompetence or lack of care.
It works but.. It sometimes gives you a notification that gently reminds you of your goals that you chose to do, which would be alright.. if i could actually read the whole reminder. I just see about 6 words before it fades off screen. So most of the time i just see "(my name) here's the goals you should do toda.....". Also, whenever you're in the app. The back button doesnt mean go back to home page, it literally means go back to the page you were on before until you've reached the point where you've just opened the app.
Doesn't start I downloaded the app. When I try to open the app, a blue screen pops out with the coachme logo but the app doesn't start. I'd uninstalled and reinstalled the app. Same.
This release adds support for sending photos and file attachments in coaching chat.