Good concept but modest outcome Nice idea but the results are only moderately useful. Combined with its battery and cpu drain, this makes it high cost, modest benefit. Found it through a mention in the Economist technology quarterly. Will await improvement
Not impressed Very vague indicators with no way to tell if they are accurate or not. The sleep graph did not agree with my other sleep log. The live wallpaper slows down opening the launcher even on a dual core phone with a gig of RAM!
Destroys your battery Appears to be little more than a tool to see how much time you spend talking to other people. Assumes you are asleep if you're not using your phone. Basic reports and absolutely abuses your battery. Uninstalled.
Cant register Is the website down? 22nd still cant register. is this in anyway related to the mood rhythm app research from 2010-2013 because iv been hunting for it and they may have finished their research or whatever or moved on but there are hundreds of organisations who would be thrilled to make such an app available. the masses may not be interested but for some groups mood tracking is critical. happy to bribe if i can get it installed on my husbands phone bipolar unaware of his symptoms for 2 yrs save me!
Expect more of this This is a really neat idea, but suffers a little in the implementation. When I have this app active and listen to Spotify the sounds skips at least once a minute. My battery life has definitely taken a hit too! But anything that makes life a little bit more like an RPG is good by my book. Looking at your stats is fascinating if you're an RPG nerd, and its certainly easier to use than something like MapMyRide.
Good idea, but flawed I can spend all day talking to people in person, on the phone, over text messages and social apps and my social score never moved above 1/100. Sleep and activitiy scores seemed close to accurate.
* Better power management
* Hourly updates of local scores from phone to BeWell+ web site
* New data visualization on the BeWell+ web site