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Edit: Everything is a-okay now, all issues pointed below are now fixed, thanks Nate!! Good app; nice clean interface; good progressive routine for kegels (regular and reverse). People, you can only access the rest of the levels (beyond level 1) after you get enough points from practice to unlock them. After level 5 you'll have to buy the in-app upgrade; but still, you'll need to unlock those levels with practice points; it doesn't matter if you paid or not, you need the practice points. This is something that is not clear in the app itself and the developer should've included an explanation. Right know the in-app purchase is disabled. Nate and Alex, please fix this!! I'll give this app 5 stars when you do.
Set up, process etc is simple clear and following the simple protocol had already giving great results. I’m had an issue, not sure if it’s my phone or the app... at level 12 the needed points for the next level stopped showing up, and then shortly after that the count down rep numbers stopped showing. So I erased the app and downloaded again. Now it seems I have to work through all the levels I already went through. I had paid the extra amount to unlock ‘god level’ when I first downloaded but didn’t seem to transfer to the current situation. That’s a bummer... it’s only a small mental game but i was enjoying seeing my progress and starting over isn’t fun. As long as this download doesn’t glitch on me I’ll say this app is awesome.
This app is great. I especially like the way it encourages me to continue through a reward system. Ignore the app reminders for too long and it reduces you a level. Great motivator! Only think that keeps it from 5 stars is that the timing between exercise sets is odd. Starts out with ready, set, go and you have no idea what you're doing. The has relax cycle at end of each set followed by another pause explaining what's coming next. Seems more intuitive that the beginning of every set introduces set (especially first set) then drop the relax at end of set and just intro next set. The current timing just throws off a rhythm rather than flow. It's awkward but minor. I think this app is very useful.
The good: The concept and app work well. It’s well designed and has great visual and haptic cues. It truly does make a difference. The bad: The app still is not updated for iOS X screen dimensions. Some issue surfaced to where I was no longer receiving alerts from this particular app. Support contact info is non-existent on the support page listed in the App Store. After guessing at an email address I heard back from the developer a few times before communication fell off. Ultimately the reinstall resolved the issue however I’m not paying to restore what levels I had access to having also paid for the app itself. Resolve the bugs/support issues or allow cloud based storage of level data and this would be 5 stars all day long.
This is a great app pretty much exactly what I was looking for... there are two features I would like to request: 1. Be able to customize the notification reminders more. I would like to change what it says when it notifies me and also be able to modify the days of the week it alerts me. For example I want it to remind me at a certain time only on M-F, and not on the weekends. 2. We are always given a point for "doing" the exercises... but the program doesn't know if we were successful or not. I wish it would ask me at the end of every session if I was able to complete all reps successfully. If I was, I would like the point. If I could not, I would like to not be awarded the point to stay at the same number of points till I can complete that session. Unless I can think of more, those are about the 2 easy fixes that are preventing me from rating this a 5 star app and I've been using it for over a week. Worth checking out and I hope they keep updating it!
Developed by the Nathaniel Eliason,
who have also released the following apps Stamena - Longer lasting sex .
Stamena - Longer lasting sex has 804 user reviews.
Stamena - Longer lasting sex has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Stamena - Longer lasting sex (1.4.1) was released on Mar 09, 2019.
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The first app dedicated to training men how to last longer in bed, through two simple exercises you can do anywhere!
Stamena trains your “PC muscle,” which makes it easy to stop yourself ejaculating, delays the onset of
ejaculation, and even lets you have non-ejaculatory orgasms!
Other kegel apps, built for women, ignore the most important exercise for male sexual stamina: the reverse kegel!
Reverse kegels train your PC muscles to relax, making sure that you can slow yourself down during sex. Combine that with regular kegels and you'll reach ejaculation slower, and be able to stop yourself at the last minute when you get there.
• Kegels & Reverse Kegels. Don’t make the mistake of just training regular kegels… reverse kegels are even more important for male sexual stamina.
• Detailed Training. Never done a kegel or reverse kegel? Don’t worry, we teach you exactly how to do it.
• Daily Reminders. If you want to last longer in bed, then you need to practice regularly! We remind you when it’s time for your next exercise.
• Level Up. As your PC muscles get stronger, you’ll move up in difficulties, giving you greater and greater ejaculatory control.
• Choose Your Difficulty. Already an experienced kegel practitioner? Skip the easy levels and start where you feel challenged.
BENEFITS OF KEGELS
Here’s everything you get by training your PC muscles guys:
• More intense orgasms
• Longer orgasms
• Potential for orgasms without ejaculating, and multiple orgasms
• Delayed ejaculation and improved ejaculatory control
• Boosted libido
• Stronger, fuller erections
• Increased ejaculatory power
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