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I'm stumped pretty often when deciding what to do next in my day, but this app helps me get to being more productive faster because I put my options on a wheel so I don't have to spend time deciding! The colors are nice, the wheel is responsive and it's very simple to use. Excellent app! Though, one of my gripes is that I find it kind of tedious to click edit on the top right in order to edit wheels (I tend to change the colors often). My suggestion would be to swipe right to edit like how swipe left is currently delete. I would also really like an option to save the state of the wheel to be able to come back to it later with the blacked out possibilities remaining blacked out.
This app does pretty much what you expect and it does a nice job at it. Editing lists is not immediately obvious at first. The color schemes are nice and I like dark mode. This is better than other similar apps I have used. The only suggestion that I see right away would be some advanced property to adjust the relative weight of each option on a wheel ... that is, given a list of four options (for example) in which one option is more desirable than the others, it would be nice to adjust the preferred option to take up more of the wheel (like 40% and the others reduce to 20% each). Ideally, maybe have a “+” and “++” switch next to an option to increase that option’s relative weight (which translates to relative area on the wheel). You could also approach it with a “-“ and “- -“ implementation. Just a thought; An improvement to an otherwise great app.
I've recently come back to this app and love the visual improvements and the new "Deactivate" feature. I'd recommend this app to anyone looking for a fun way to make routine decisions. For future improvements, I'd like it if there was a way to deactivate wheel segments before spinning. For example, if I'm deciding what to make for dinner but know I don't have the ingredients for lasagna, it does me no good to have to wait until I've landed on "lasagna" before I can deactivate it.
I really don’t like this update. Can I go back to the original? I would rather delete this app if I can’t change it how it looked before with the nice looking “Go” button”.I mean, why take away from it. Instead, you could have added skins. Let your user choose to have the old skin or new skin. Add a feature for us to import our own button even. I was hoping you would allow us to create a color scheme such as letting me choose black and white checkerboard or something like that, but nope, you go and take away one of the best parts of it. Why don’t developers like to give CHOICE to the users? I notice this a lot. Some people want “A” and some people want “B”. You have already created them both. Why not let us have “A” & “B” and let us choose which one we want? I had this at 5 stars before. Now, I have it as a 1 star. I really should not have updated. How can I go back?
Exactly what I've been looking for. This is my favorite and most used app ever! I have created so many wheels it's almost ridiculous. No more time wasted trying to decide what's for breakfast or dinner. No more time wasted picking something to watch. Etc Etc. Decisions get even more narrowed down if needed with the A-Z wheel I made. Would give it 5 stars if switching between wheels was less taps. I'm used to it, but having the list of wheels in the settings, then select a wheel, then tapping the out of quick reach back button could be easier. Maybe on the next update!
Developed by the Catforce Studio.
Decide Now! — Random Wheel has 451 user reviews.
Decide Now! — Random Wheel has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Decide Now! — Random Wheel (2.1) was released on Jul 27, 2019.
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The best decision maker: put your OWN ideas on a spinner wheel & get the answer!
Can't decide? Or afraid of making the wrong choice? The original Decide
Now! app is here to help you! Create your question, add answers, spin the wheel and see what comes up!
Decide Now! will randomly choose your next step in those situations and give you entertaining ideas on different occasions.
Where to travel? What dress should I wear? Who is going to answer in the classroom?
Let Decide Now! select it in a fun way!
• CUSTOM WHEELS: unlimited number of your OWN wheels with unlimited number of labels you can put on them
• DEACTIVATE LABELS: disable/enable labels to temporarily eliminate some choices
• BULK IMPORT: you can add large label lists to your wheels right from the clipboard
• EXPORT WHEELS: easily export your wheels and share them with your friends or transfer among your devices
• SHARING: share your decisions with your friends via email, Facebook or Twitter
• SHAKE TO RANDOMISE: randomly reposition your labels on the wheel just by shaking your device
• Predefined wheel templates
• Exciting color schemes
• Dark / light themes
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