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I downloaded this app about a year ago, and sure, it’s fun. It’s a great idea and I like that it takes your whole chart into account. I’ve been deeply interested in astrology for many years, and at times I think the app is on track. However, because the info it gives you in a daily update is from an algorithm that strings together sentences from some millennial English majors with a penchant for the dramatic, the daily reminders tend to feel overwrought—like a fortune teller at a county fair telling you there’s gloom and doom ahead. It’s tiresome, it’s anxiety inducing, and honestly they need to chill and maybe try to look at some other material to gain inspo for their algorithmic sentences. Reviews online say things like “use to predict how crap your day will be,” and I just think that speaks volumes to the writing in the app itself. Then, there are times the app is so clearly algorithmic the sentences don’t actually make sense next to one another—but a person searching for meaning will find it. With so many users turning to this app somewhat religiously, it seems ill advised and honestly questionable at best to continue to dole out “brutally honest” astrological advice (as one blog reviewed to it). The bigger the app gets the more responsibility the creators have to think about just what kind of monster they may be creating.
By Brooke+Conner Bailey
Let me preface this by saying that I love this app. The writings a deep and meaningful, and while they are specific to certain things you may be feeling or doing, they are just vague enough for you to piece together how exactly it relates to your life. The app is amazing, I highly recommend, and I should be giving this 5/5 stars, HOWEVER. I tried to get on today and it gave me what I’m assuming to be the very beginning login page. I have to either enter my phone number, login through facebook, or use my apple account to sign in. It didn’t really matter much to me and I just chose the phone number and typed it in assuming that it would transfer me to my account. Even after I hit next however, nothing happened. There wasn’t any sort of acknowledgment that I had registered my number or that I had clicked the next button. I closed out and tried it again three more times with my phone number, and twice with my apple account (I don’t have facebook), before I resorted to deleting the app and re-downloading it. Still the same thing happened. Please either tell me what to do to get past this, or fix whatever bug is happening, because I love this app and I would really like to continue using it.
I have used this app for months and the daily reading is total garbage. I can’t tell you how many times I rolled my eyes or found it to be WAY the hell off. Today it recommends “seaweed” and “bunk beds” which are actually some of the less obscure ones I’ve seen. What does this even mine? Why is seaweed a “do” and what do I do with it? Sometimes the readings are so bad that I wonder if they’ve been run through a translator too many times. It almost always says my world view is changing but gives no information or tips or help. It frequently refers to the way I exist in the world (???) and today I am apparently an “upright neural map”. Which sounds really intelligent but is useless fluff when it comes to giving me an actual reading. Another from today; “there will be a chance opportunity affecting your deep psyche. Don’t be afraid of naming the world.” Naming the world? Uh, okay...? The only reason I don’t delete this app is because it’s the most convenient way to store mine and my friends charts so I can refer back to them easily. Otherwise this app is useless for me. I hope others get something out of all the jibberish. (Gem sun, Gem stellium, Aqua moon here).
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