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I’m not one to write these long paragraphs for reviews or even write reviews at all but honestly this is probably one of the best apps I have that helps me cope with my anxiety and also express the good things happening to me at the end of everyday Here’s something to improve on. I feel like if you complete all the achievements which shows lots of dedication you should be able to unlock at least some of the premium features for free because it shows developers that you have spent lots of time on their app doing what you are doing for free. Now I’d you buy the membership it’s a different story but for the people who can’t really afford it even though it’s cheap or the people who are too young and need parents permission which isn’t being granted to them it would give these people 1. a good reason to keep using your app and 2. Be able to unlock features that they can’t buy. I am one of the people who can’t get the membership so I’m just writing and I haven’t even had this for a week so I can’t see my stats yet but either than that it’s overall a really awesome app. It’s nice to come home from a stressful day of school and just sit on my phone and write what happens during the day. It’s also great that unlike other apps it doesn’t force you to remember everything that happened to you that day. With Reflectly you can focus on either the whole day or just a small portion of your day that either made it bad or good.
I’m not gonna lie, from my personal background, I used to think these kind of mental health apps were a scam. I haven’t been feeling like myself lately and found this app on Instagram and I have been going for about two weeks strong writing every day, and this is the best thing that has ever happened to me! I have been feeling so clear minded, and have been super honest and I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. Some parts are not available if you don’t have a membership, but even the free version allows a lot of access to the main features. I just purchased the membership, and with a year plan I’m literally only paying 3.33 a month, which is pretty cheap for my mental sanity. I like the questions about myself where I can reminisce on experiences from way way back, and am so happy I have found this app. If you need an outlet of any sort and semi-enjoy writing out your emotions, this app is for you. Thank you to whoever made this because every day I feel it helping me become a better person. You can even add pictures and stuff to help you remember specific events for when you look back on your entries, which I think is super dope. I highly recommend it to everyone, but suggest you try it out for free first and see what I mean. After like 7 entries, it even shows you data on how you been feeling on a day to day. This app is great and I plan to use it for a long time.
Ok I didn’t realize my free trial was over but that was my fault. I forgot I already tried this app months ago and reopened it. At first I regretted it because I already have another journal app but oh well. This is a very good app. It’s simple and an excellent guide to life’s daily topics (work, relationship, travel). The app doesn’t bring the user to a separate page per selected topic; it puts you back on the same page you’re working on in order to complete your day’s story - that’s brilliant and very considerate. This app is not complicated and it does what it’s supposed to do - encourage the user to write about life. No distracting forced cute illustrations or pastel soft colors. The design and guided steps keep the user focused on writing. It’s unbelievable how some users are so surprised when they automatically get charged after the trial period. Reading the clear print when agreeing to the trial is encouraged. Also, $40 a year is a really good deal! I read most of the comments and many wants a life-changing, super app but doesn’t want to pay for it. The good people who are running this app - this is their source of income just like we go to work and get paid. Let us be grateful instead or opt for a wire notebook and pencil from the Dollar Tree. A free and amazing app - yeah, not happening. I promise you, THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING JOURNAL APP. My only question is, what the heck is that logo character?
I love this app because it’s very straight forward and minimally functional. Some apps try too hard to make you write or log every little emotion you were feeling throughout the day and it makes you stressed and anxious to try and thing back to these feelings you forgot you were feeling that day. I don’t write everyday which is normal for me but I feel like this app reminds me to write at the perfect times, when I’m not busy and have a little bit of downtime to type out how my day was. The only thing that I am still having trouble understanding is the rating spread. I understand the whole idea of it, and think it’s a good one, just needs a little more information or maybe a nice info graphic on how to enhance your mood when you’re feeling down or ways to relieve anger or stressful or anxious feelings based on what you wrote that day. If you wrote that you had a great day and everything was perfect maybe incorporate that with relatable quotes or articles on how to keep your motivation up and what you can do to do so in your work and personal life. I don’t know, this is just little things I would enjoy so maybe other people would too but I do love this app it’s relaxing and helps you get out the emotions you need in a way that doesn’t take up too much time yet lets you reflect on the important parts of your day.
I was feeling kinda down for a while, and when I started scrolling through apps, an app of the day was Reflectly. It looked cute so I tapped on it. I saw it had things to motivate your day and bring out the best in you. The challenges, questions, and goals help you rejuvenate happiness. So click I went and now I have the app. This reflection is recent, I have not even had the app for a day. But it’s friendly smiles and quotes to brighten your day help a lot. Reflectly is a self - journal to reflect your days. It’s probably described as a diary, but it is so much more. The app is very well designed too. The graphics, characters, words, and more are smoothly operated by the creators. I feel really confident that I am going to be a lot more happy in the future. Conflicts and glitches aren’t a problem yet, as apprised to other reviews here. You may be wondering why I have four stars. It’s because I am a beginner. I haven’t unlocked all if the tools involved in the Reflectly. It has shown me what to do, but it does let you explore the world of the app. Reluctantly I like this app, and if your dealing with something you’d rather not share with other people, this is the app for you. I will update if I change something about my vote. But again, the app was a generally a good start. I can already fell my stress bleeding right out of me. So now, get Reflectly, it’s a great start!
Developed by Reflectly.
Reflectly is ranking in Health & Fitness & Lifestyle
Last update was at Jan 25, 2020and the current version is 2.8.15.
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Reflectly have a 41 467a user reviews.
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