I like the app, but some of the categories overlap and could be another fallacy. I like the idea but needs substantial refinement. An app like this should be standard fare for everyone so their thinking progresses to logical based. Who knows, enough people with the proper way of thinking and religion should die in secular democracies (hopefully).
Will the be any updates? Like, I found a fallacy called "non-sequitur", but I don't see that in the app, unless I'm missing it, like maybe it has a different name or something. It would be nice if all the fallacies were in the app, and most of the other apps that have fallacies don't have as many as this one does. Also, as someone else said, a way to search would be nice as well. Otherwise awesome app.
This is the kind of thing someone would use when they are too lazy to study the facts and too proud to listen to someone else who did, and only care about winning rather than being right. Pretty sure this was designed by a Russian hacker.
Aside from the cringeworthy hyper-political examples used throughout, this is a very nifty little app. All that's keeping this from a well earned five stars is an expanded library of fallacies with more professional language.
Great app. The only people complaining about it are the ones who use these tactics in arguments, as they can't win any other way. Also, most of the detractors are just butthurt about the examples. Overall, wonderful app. I definitely recommend it.
Not complete, but consistent in its organisation, which to me seems the nicer trait to have. Helps me catch myself when I resort to lazy, faulty logic. Five stars!
• corrections to Polish and Esperanto
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