Co–Star is a hyper-personalized, social experience bringing astrology into the
21st century. Featured in the New York Times, Cosmo, Buzzfeed, Vanity Fair,
Vogue, Refinery29, the Guardian, and more. > "This AI can write your
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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.
I love this app and it has been pretty much spot on, eerily so at times... and without having to reach for connections as some competing apps might require. My only gripe is that after adding friends and family, I noticed that much of the phrasing between charts is identical. Maybe it’s generated strictly via aspects and less based on planetary/house properties? I DO love the categorized readings as well as the descriptive positional blurbs at the bottom of each reading. I’s love for it be a touch more personalized and informative as to how the described aspects/transits might create/affect the listed scenarios - perhaps by combining the reading with the aspects for a more “cause and effect” explanation? Also more in-depth interpersonal readings. I’d surely pay a (reasonable) additional charge for that. It IS astrology though... which somehow is and isn’t an exact science. I understand that each and every chart is wholly subjective to each human person and experience. A space for journaling prompts/ritual suggestions would also be greatly appreciated... if possible the addition of a personalized profile/bio and selected interests or goals to attain during transits would make the experience more specific to the individual. Are y’all hiring? 😂
I love everything about this app it is far superior to any of the other apps I’ve downloaded and deleted after feeling they were rather basic and meh. Costar is engaging and interesting especially for someone who wants to learn more about transits and the world beyond your magazine style Sun sign horoscope. My only wish would be... an added capability to manually add someone if you know their birth date and time. I sent invites to many and only got 3 connections because people are wary of this sort of thing. Also it’s fun to check compatibility with friends, family, coworkers and love interests but not all of them are the types to have an astrology app on their phone Update- they added this feature... but for $3? Come on y’all! I understand it’s a free app and you need to make some cash, but that’s rather absurd. It adds up quickly. My feeling is if you charged $1 you’d have 3-4x the purchases and it would work to your advantage. Also know that other apps let you add and do this synastry for a one time fee of about $6... so you’re not pricing competitively
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