Version Reviewed: 1.1
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 5
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There are already plenty of apps already out there keen to motivate and encourage their users to make the most of one’s life. In the case of Full it’s a very simplified process, and like so many others, much of its success will depend on the thought process of the user.
Full dispenses with any setups requiring the user to think carefully about their plans for the future. There are no questionnaires ascertaining which area of one’s life needs to be improved. Full trusts that the user has a good idea for themselves and simply offers the relevant tools. Those tools are pretty basic.
Amongst the colorful yet minimalist interface comes very few interactions. All one has to do is create a new goal, plotting how many times one wishes to have done it within a month, and away Full goes. A swipe to the right adds one to the counter while a swipe to the left subtracts one. In many ways, Full is a glorified counting app.
There’s a little more to it, mostly in the form of how the information is presented. Reach around a third of the way through the target and the color of the circle changes to yellow, with green appearing once much nearer to its conclusion. An overview of the month is also possible, giving users insight into how they’re performing.
That’s pretty much it, though. While Full is very simple to set up, it also lacks the ability to share the information elsewhere or the addition of push notifications reminding one to complete their goals. However, for those keen to have their aims visualized in a minimalistic yet clear manner, Full just about does the job. For most though, while the looks might be there, the content is a little on the basic side.
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