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NeggyMeter

NeggyMeter

100 - 500 downloads

Pros
  • Unique concept
  • Easy to use
  • Good experiment
Cons
  • Not reliable 100% of course
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Expert's Review
7.0
Great

"Are you with the right people?"

Reviewed by / May 17, 2012

Discover if your contacts make you feel good or on the contrary stress you out

NeggyMeter is an odd aplication that analyzes your interactions with your friends and automatically tries to let you know how they make you feel emotionally. The main objective is to get to know which people should you surround with and which ones are stressing you out.

The process is easy, whenever you receive a text, mail or call just rate it depending on the mood and the emotions they create and after some time you will be able to see which people affect you emotionally and which people are good for you. You can sort your contacts by family, friends, co-workers and more, even by time periods. In addition, you can read inspirational quotes in the 'Did you know' section, in case you need to cheer yourself.

This is certainly a pretty original application with a unique concept: keep track of how your contacts make you feel in order to be surrounded only by people who make you happy. The problem is that these can't totally be measured by phone calls or messages and co-workers are supposed to stress you out more than other friends. Anyway, it's a good experiment we recommend you to try. Signedfour is the developer of NeggyMeter, being this their only and first application; we look forward for the next one.

Tags: neggymeter.

Developer's original description available here
Track and analyse your emotional response to the interactions you have with
your phonebook contacts. Rate texts, calls and emails by assigning a variety of emotions such as anger, excitement, annoyance and amusement.
Keep those stressful and unsupportive people away and ensure the cool people stay!
Download this truly unique app for FREE today.
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REVIEWS:

AndroidZoom.com - 4/5 (Great app) 'original app with a unique concept'

http://www.androidzoom.com/android_applications/health_and_fitness/neggymeter_bznqz.html?nav=home_reviews

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MENTIONS:

Androidandme.com - Week 7 challenger in the #thenextinstall experiment to discover the next great Android app:
http://androidandme.com/2012/05/applications/go-backup-wins-week-6-of-thenextinstall-10-new-apps-try-to-take-its-place/

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HOW THE APP WORKS:

The app works by enabling the user to:

• Rate calls, texts and emails using a slider scale
• Assign emotions to your interactions
• Visualize stats through the use of pie charts and bar charts.
• Sort by family, friends, co-workers and more.
• Sort by various time periods.
• Easily rate by previewing emails and texts from inside the app.
• Share your contact rating scores through text, email and Twitter.
• Automatically compile a personalized 'Neggy Book' with all ratings.
• Get more emotions to further customize your ratings.
• Get inspiration and facts in the 'Did you know' section.
• Customize your settings such as ignoring short calls.
• Get rating notification reminders.

Even more features coming soon.

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Privacy Policy:
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Recently changed in this version

Bug fix when using rating function.


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Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.

Comments and ratings for NeggyMeter
  • (59)

    by Kara Brickman on 09/03/2013

    Great idea. Would keep it if it didn't interfere with recent calls list