Requires you to sign up before ever previewing the app’s content and capabilities. No thank you.
How do I cancel this subscription??
I have looked everywhere and can’t unsubscribe from this app. Please let me know how thank you!
I was very excited to try this app, but I could not get it to work. Every time I clicked on a recipe I got the “enable notification” window. Once the window appeared, I could no longer read the recipe nor get out of it. There was no way to exit out the window. I had to totally close the app and reopen. I tried many different recipes and got the same thing. As I do not wish to have notifications, I finally just canceled the subscription and deleted it from my phone. Very disappointing.
I feel the trip is figuring out how to cancel. I don’t want this!!!
I paid for the subscription and the first recipe I clicked on asked to allow notification. The only option was to accept notifications.
3 times in first 10 minutes of opening app...annoying
I’m interested in starting Keto, but am a bit of a stickler for researching everything before diving in. Saw this app in an article and decided to check it out. Before downloading, I read both positive and negative reviews to get potential pros and cons. The positive reviews are great and compelling, but the turn-off is not, in fact, the negative reviews themselves. A lot of them seem to be based on “user error” (e.g., picking the wrong app version, expecting free premium content). The major turn-offs are the responses to customer complaints from “the Keto App Team.” They sound like a bunch of snarky, over-sensitive d***s. Seriously, check out the responses to complaints about the KetoDiet and KetoDietBasic apps. You’re selling a product. Accept the fact that not all user experiences are going to be positive, and that some people will have complaints. Instead of succumbing to hurt feelings and becoming defensive, how about showing some patience, compassion and professionalism to the people who put out money—no matter how seemingly insignificant—for your product? Your mere condescension is enough to prevent me from shelling out money for what I understand to be a pretty decent app. It just shows me what I can expect in terms of customer service should there ever be any legitimate problems with it. I would encourage potential customers to pay attention not only to the reviews—positive and negative—but to how those reviews are addressed by the developers. We’re attempting to better our lives. We need support and understanding, not belittlement. There are plenty of other resources available whose creators will make us feel like our voices and concerns are not only being heard, but matter.