Absolutely terrible. Waited so long for this app on android and it doesnt work! Constantly freezes and then blacks the screen out. Cannot do anything on this app. After such a long wait you expect better things.
The app freezes on me. I can't write anything at all. I have to close the app out by closing every thing out to unfreeze and use my other apps. Wish I could have used the app for the purpose it was intended. I waited for it to come up thinking this was going to be a great addition. Glad for those who was able to use it.
I'm 14 days into the free 30-day trial, and I'm not sure if I want to get a subscription. There's no option to backup the data entered, and it makes me want to use the app a lot less. Maybe this is included with the subscription, but without it, I would not see the point in paying for the app. Even the free period tracker apps I use offer this. I haven't received a notification or seen where to enter the weekly reflection, and the notification button for the monthly reflection is greyed out. Again, maybe they're included with the subscription? The app is not smooth overall, it feels "boxy", as if the paper version was made into an app in the simplest form possible, without any features that would enhance and make using it exciting. There are so many typos in the daily quotes. Edit: I really wanted to love this app, after waiting so long for it, but it has left me wanting a lot more than what it can provide at the moment. My trial is over and I will not be subscribing, especially not at that price.
I have been waiting so long for this to come out on android, and its just as great as I thought it would be! :) thank you thank you :)
It really is just ok.. needs a widget, comes across abit sloppy, logs me out every time I go off screen
This app has so many bugs/neglected features. The share button for the daily quote doesn't work. The to do list is missing basic features that every to do list should have. It should be able to be reordered. You should add tasks from top to bottom. Typical user psychology would make it so the the first item they type in is usually most important, that should be at the top, but even if it isn't, there should eb that option to reorder. There should also be an option to mark the task as completed rather than having to delete it completely. The draw of to do list and productivity is to be able to see all that you have completed. With the way you have it set up, the person will just have an empty to do list which makes it seem like they did nothing. There is no reward in that. They should be able to mark it off and then, if you'd like, that item can move down to the bottom of the list. Also, the save button to add the item is still grayed out when you try to save the item, so it looks like you can't press it, but you can. That was confusing and sloppy coding. There also isn't any support for the done button on the keyboard to make the keyboard disappear when the user is done typing. This whole time I'm looking at this app, I'm wondering if the iPhone app has as many bugs as this one. There has always been a huge difference between the quality of iPhone apps and Android apps, which I find to be very insulting to the consumer. With the rise of Samsung's flagship devices being known as high end phones and top competitors with the Apple devices, companies should really start paying more attention to the quality of th apps they are putting on the android market. I understand that compatibility for all android devices is a big barrier, but that's not our fault as consumers. That's up to you as a company. Next time, have better user testing. I'm not even done going through the whole app and I've already found so much wrong with it. That extra wait was NOT worth it.
Minor bug fix, subscriptions