Good idea but the implementation has some things that let you down: it's auto referential like those fancy weighty websites full of things you're not interested in, it's really large for what it presents, the reading and the things you can do there lead to confusion soon enough. I will suggest to focus more on merging images/soungs/texts avoiding the layer thing, and cut half the size at least.
Downloaded to app only to find it was the same guy who unloads his crappy books at colleges across the West Coast. What is with this guy, seriously? Where does he get all his money? Can't he spend it on writing classes? Or charity?
This was the app to be recommended on the very first result of searching for HD wallpapers for my phone. Guess what? It's... It's, well I'm not sure exactly what the hell this is, except for some poem and art style which I'm not a fan of. On the website, it had a large display of various wallpapers from numerous pop fictions and movies which I couldn't find despite searching the app vigorously. Anyway, confusing app with an equally confusing description and purpose of its services
I rhink it might be cool, but on an S7 edge the story goes off the screen so chunks of the story are missing. I tried scrolling, pinching, etc but nothing i did could get all the text onto the sxreen where i could read it. Too bad.
Takes up a lot of memory on my tablet so im not going to keep it. But its really super cool Thanks for the app
It might be good, idk. Font is too small to see. Can't read the story.
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