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Recently been struggling more so than usual with anxiety/depression - this is a great way to start my morning and definitely improves my mood. I think it’s a wonderful way to ground yourself to and work on choosing the good. I only have the free version, but the morning refresh is still fantastic. Usually I have to write something I’m grateful for, so some breathing, put kindness out into the world, and then a short meditation. There are other things included (like a calming maze) but those aren’t current every day. Even if you don’t struggle with mental health this is a great way to start doing more self care!
Was enjoying the content and my fade-away to buy this over calm or a few others was that it integrates with the mindfulness aspect of iOS health app. Suddenly that stopped working back on oct 6th (when I noted). Emailed them through the apps contact system and got an automated “we got your email and are working on it” message. Never heard anything back. Messaged a few times as a reply like the email said to- nothing. Tried a new contact in app. Same story. Third time- just this week, a full month after first contacting them. Same story. At this point I would have been money ahead with another free app or two and manually adding the data to health app instead of dropping so much on a year subscription. Will be filing a complaint with Apple, as they have not lived up to the terms of the subscription. Very disappointing and frustrating Edie silly coming from a “meditation and relaxation” app. Complete opposite! DO NOT BUY!
I really like this app, and I like that it mixes up things for the daily refresh, and that it uses a variety of coping mechanisms (breathing exercises, personal challenges, gratitude journal) but I have a few small issues: 1) I don’t like that it advertises the subscription partway through the daily refresh. I always almost hit subscribe, which I’m assuming is the intention, which I think is a really deceptive and disingenuous way of trying to get people to subscribe. 2) It kind of bothers me that it gives you a limited list of emotion descriptors (eg, somedays I’m tired, but it doesn’t give me that as an option) It would be nice if you could scroll through the whole list of descriptors every single time, instead of just hoping that the correct one will pop up.
I used this app before and they have updated to limit free features to 3 uses each. This was a very thoughtful app dedicated to bringing great features benefiting mental health to the masses via iPhone, but now it’s limited unless you pay. They aren’t asking a lot, and it’s reasonable for a business. It just feels a little cruel to build something so caring with such limits. IF I hadn’t used this app before I would’ve deleted it instantly bc I wouldn’t have been able to see enough to know the benefits of using this long term. Don’t waste your time if you aren’t willing to pay; instead breathe with app headspace, try the similar app #selfcare, use apps jour or gratitude...all these apps can do similar things, but don’t cut the features off after a short period of time. HappyNotPerfect has made a mistake to believe they are so unique that after three uses they can’t be replaced.
I was in the App Store and looking through apps that I may use on a daily basis. I ended up looking at the Happy Not Perfect app and was clicking through to read and figure out if it was an app I wanted to use. Somehow I got on the subscription page and tried to go back. After it was done loading it landed on a 1 year subscription and my finger print popped up to purchase on my phone. My thumb was already on the thumb scan and accepted a 1 year subscription, something I had no intention of doing. I reached out to cancel because I did not want to purchase and after weeks of waiting I still have not heard back. I have not used the app so Because I did not want to be charged for the services. No one has gotten back to me and they still have charged me the $80. Unfortunately, this has been an Awful experience and I hope it does not happen to anyone else.
Developed by HNP Limited, Inc.
Happy Not Perfect: Meditation is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 24, 2019and the current version is 1.25.1.
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Happy Not Perfect: Meditation have a 2 538a user reviews.
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