Love this app This app has helped me in so many ways, thank you dev. but I too agree with the other reviewers that it is very gender biased and should be rewritten so that it's not like the only people who would use this app are women. Thanks again for putting all this info in one nice app. It has saved me allot of time from going through countless Google results looking for this exact kind of info.
Great Very helpful but most of it is about whether someone Os interested in you rather than there feelings. :/ and it singles out body language to gender. So like it will say about a man folding his arms but not a woman and viva versa with other stuff like a woman smiling but not a man. which is kinda annoying... :/
body language-copy cat one must have read Body Language or Questions are Answers by Allan Pease before reviewing this app. I would have given 1 for this but another came up just for the reason i couldnt finish that while this is more of easy to read. But still I would suggest to read those books once if you are interested in such things coz you would have a better insight and develop better marketing skills. Don't take marketing literally. Anyways good effort, so two stars from me.
Wow... seriously. Did you really just criticize other people's spelling after you used the word spelt? Oh, don't get me wrong, spelt is a word. It just has nothing to do with words or spelling for that matter. It's a kind of wheat. I think you meant "spelled." Maybe you should check your own spelling before calling other people out, so you won't look and sound stupid. p.s. Cyanne, I'm talking to you, dumb dumb.
Fun I've had this app for a long time it is always fun and accurate! It's especially fun people watching. ..knowing how they are feeling without talking to them. Looking at photos too...you can spot the insecure people from the confidant ones!
Gender biased The para-langauge or body language described in this application was over simplified, and gender biased clearly towards men even when using a women' s picture. Is it so hard to use the term person instead of man or give both description for each gender? Body language is part of behavioral psychology making it a science. This person is no scientist. Stating the eyes are Windows to the soul and using pictures that often don't match the description such as a women frowning while the description says Smilin