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I really love the concept behind the app, and I think it is amazing that you can pay to undo your CO2 emissions. Also, I like how you can see how many pounds of CO2 each activity emitted. However, I have a few suggestions to make the app even better. First, there need to be a lot more foods to log because very simple things, such as carrots, are missing. Second, I hope to soon see more activities added, such as turning off the lights, charging a phone, and other small, simple tasks. Finally, I wish that the app would give suggestions about how to improve your carbon emissions instead of just telling you to do better. Additionally, I am a teenager, so I don’t have control over my bills, so I wish there was an option for not knowing how much your bills are, but I understand why the calculations would be off if that were to exist. Overall, this is a great app and I would definitely recommend it, and I hope to see even more cool features added as I continue using it!
Been using the app a few days now and think I have a feel for how it’s supposed to work. Overall, it works pretty well. One bug: you can’t submit feedback in the app. I’ve tried tapping on that link and it just doesn’t do anything. Feature requests: I would love to see a weekly or day-to-day trend report to see what your usage was on a daily basis. I would also love to see a way to add notes to a day so that if you had higher or lower emissions than normal you could write a note to say why. For example, taking a flight or not leaving your house. I would love the ability to add higher mileage vehicles. Mine gets 44mpg but it only goes up to 40. :) A couple of things I’m confused by: I don’t know if I’m going to be charged the daily offset amount, or what that represents really because it doesn’t seem to add up anywhere. The rankings seem to be based on your average day multiplied by the number of days in a year, but again, I’m not sure about that either. If my average is 13.7 tonnes, I’m guessing that’s my day...over a year...? No idea how those rankings work. Hope it’s helpful! Going to keep using it and see how it improves over time. :)
Just got on board with the app today (it actually released today as well), and I’m thoroughly impressed with how well put together the app is. The calculations it makes are sound, the in app purchases are completely optional (and the payment model is AWESOME!), and above all else it’s just easy to use. Logging meals and having it automatically track my trips in the car is... incredible to say the least. The app takes just about everything it should into consideration: the items you own, the items you buy, the amount you spend on electricity/water, your car’s MPG, the average amount you travel in a year, and the food you eat. It gave me a realistic option of goals to choose from, and I feel like if I actually took the time to be on the app, I’d without a doubt meet it. The inclusion of leaderboards is fun and makes it a good way to challenge your friends into being less of a scum bag than you. Only things I can mention as negatives is that currently there’s a few issues causing the app to lock up and force close on me (inconsistently unless I abuse the heck out of it), but it just came out today so... I have the utmost faith that the team that put this together will get it fixed. Give livegreen a try, you might surprise yourself.
This is an awesome app. Lots of features to create accurate readings of your carbon footprint throughout your day and life. My only complaint is not being able to get rid of the utilities section. As a minor I can’t really account for my own utilities bc it’s difficult to calculate strictly mine. I have no power over my parents to change their resource usage so ヽ（´ー｀）┌ Therefore, please create a way for us to be able to track our own utilities or a way to just get rid of the utilities section. BUT STILL def an amazing app :-)
With this app I can easily track and log my co2 emissions! And, no payments are required, unless you wish to plant trees for another part. Other than that, the core features are free! If you’re trying to find out how to easily track your emissions and see how you can make an impact, install this app now! You can even set great goals for the future to keep your emissions below! I love this app, and I will continue to use it forever on.
Developed by Brian De Souza.
LiveGreen Daily Carbon Tracker is ranking in Lifestyle & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Nov 20, 2019and the current version is 1.50.
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