By Forward Human Inc.
For me this is a very good app because it has helped me to look at what I am going through. I also feel like this app has helped me to go through what I am struggling with and it has helped me to think of plans I can do to help me get through these problems.
It’s ok but everything is premium so it’s basically just a diary it doesn’t rlly do anything to benefit me .
I like the app but didn’t want to keep it for now. I canceled my free trial in the right window of time and they keep billing me-the annual price! Every 3 days for the last 3 weeks 😡
It lets me jot all my thoughts down and tells me how I was doing the day before. I don’t like how you have to buy premium though. Btw I found this app from a TikTok ad.
I'm actively depressed about something my partnet directly told me about their feelings about our relationship, and said so in the journal entry. The AI "teased" an answer that started "Don't assume you know how they feel: ask" (the rest required a paid subscription) and then told me to try reading a book and come back tomorrow. Not helpful.
Don’t waste your time. If you want to journal then just journal. This app tries to use some pseudo psychology to guilt you into using their app. Only silly people will use this app.
Seriously like 6 times in 5 minutes I was taken to a screen to buy the $59.99 version???
I really like it help me when I am going through a hard time
This app is amazing i just downloaded it today and it’s already helping me get through my struggles I really suggest downloading this. Have a good day!
I just opened the app for the first time, and was asked about a dozen questions. After that, I was told it’d be $60/year to use the app, with there was no mention of a free light version. As a disabled vet living in one of the most expensive cities in the world on just $900/month, I cringed. The app is very beautiful, with tasteful and energizing gradients, spelling and grammar indicating that a lot of care goes into it, and the questions aren’t “woo” (a lotta spacy baloney) so I got the impression I might like this app a great deal and it’d be helpful for me, but I’m simply not in a place in my life right now where I can shell out $60 (and if I could, I’d get some winter boots as I’m tired of cold, wet feet). Suggestion: Offer a plan for people in financial distress, as we’re likely to need exactly what you’re offering. (We might need it even more than many folks who can easily pay for it.) An example: Amazon offers Prime at just $6/month for people on public assistance. This is a massive help. (Though admittedly, Amazon can easily afford to do this.) If you’re interested in helping out people trying to live through crises, you might consider something along these lines. Meanwhile, I’m adding it to my list of “One day ...” items, many of which I’ve been able to tackle recently thanks to stimulus checks, but I’m afraid it’ll be behind items like “replace busted old refrigerator so food stops spoiling” “get ugly messed-up front tooth repaired,” and “get a new blanket to replace shredded one.” (NB: I am NOT one of those people who moans endlessly and annoyingly about the cost of digital services. As a software quality engineer, I appreciate more than most the incredible amount of work that goes into them. Jour’s subscription looks, from what I can tell, to be entirely fair and maybe even a bargain. I’m simply not in a position right now to avail myself of it, hence my writing this review.) Whatever happens, best of luck to you, Jour folks; I’ll be rooting for your success!