How to read thoughts
500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Detailed info
- Different body parts
- Lots of gestures
- It should include sources and references
How to read thoughts gives you some tips about human gestures understanding
Body movements tell you things if you know how to read them. Now you can learn it with this simple guide.
"How to read thoughts" features different body parts (arms, legs, hands, a look, a smile...) and select the most common gestures human beings do. For example, hands crossed, embracing oneself, the American four, fingers clasped together, etc.
It gives a detailed explanation of what all that body tics mean, according to the experts.
That's a great way to know better what the interlocutor is thinking, even when he's trying not to say it. Above all, that's information which is the keystone of communication.
The premise is simple and powerful. However, the app's interface should be enhanced. How? Basically making it easier navigating through categories. Now it's kind of tricky enter and going back constantly.
Besides, an interesting app.
But now everyone has a chance to learn to read other people's thoughts! You can:
- learn whether the interlocutor is telling you a lie;
- learn to deal better with representatives of the opposite gender;
- determine motives of the man's behavior;
- find out his current emotional condition;
- check your better half's faithfulness;
- create your own positive image and … skillfully deceive others.
This attachment will teach you to read the language of gestures, mimics, poses and much more. All these methods are effectively used at interrogations of special services and the FBI, in monitoring people and in many other cases. Now you have a chance of lifting the curtain of secrecy and learning the mysteries hidden behind it!
Download this attachment and learn to read other people's thoughts.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
This and numbers will make of me a real poker star! Love the eye signals explained!
Must install. It is very interesting, even if you already know a lot.
Although I don't agree with all the definitions they all make a little bit more sense now that I'm in a retail business. I do look for the signs when I'm speaking to someone or a group and sometimes I change my speech little bit.
Anyway, it's a nice app. Congrats
Use and throw app