By U.S. Robots and Mechanical Men, Inc.
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Want to know how you are going to feel today? How about tomorrow? Next week? How about next year?
Believe it or not there is an app for that and Mood Almanac is it!
How can it forecast my mood you ask?
Mood Almanac is based on a scientific theory of calculating biological rhythmic cycles in the body called biorhythms. These cycles are physical, emotional and intellectual. Biorhythms originated at the turn of the 19th century from research gathered by Herman Swododa, professor of psychology at the University of Vienna, Wilhelm Fliess, a nose and throat specialist whose theories were used by Sigmund Freud, and Alfred Teltscher, professor of engineering at the University Innsbruck.
Usually biorhythms are represented graphically as a waveform and can be hard to read and interpret. Mood Almanac calculates these cycles in the background and displays them to you in a written form that is easy to read and understand. In addition to summarizing these three cycles (physical, emotional and intellectual), Mood Almanac also averages out the values to give you an overall "forecast" for the day. This forecast can be either clear, cloudy or stormy. This allows you to easily open the application and look for the forecast for the day ahead.
Biorhythms and your mood forecast are both based on cycles starting at your date of birth. Once your birthdate is entered you can use the controls in the app to not only look at the present day forecast but also to pick any day you choose. You can also navigate one day forward or one day backward to get an easy glimpse at the day before of the day ahead. At any time can change the settings and reset the birthdate to allow you to check your friends personal forecast. The app will always remember the last birthday entered so it's easy to just open and look at the current days forecast without having to enter anything.
You can also compare your cycle (biorhythms) with someone else by using a method called phase difference. It's fun and easy too. It's purpose is to compare two separate individuals biorhythms and determine if the two are in a similar phase with each other. If the cycles are in phase the difference will be higher and if not it will be lower. This value does not change daily, it is a constant pattern. The physical, emotional and intellectual cycles do not have a summary instead they will be labeled as in sync or out or sync. Keep in mind the purpose of this feature does not compare compatibilty. Don't expect it to tell you who to marry. Its sole purpose if to give you insight into how closly your cycles are similar and/or different. This could give you an indication of areas that need to be paid closer attention to and worked on in a relationship.
What's New in Version 1.1
- small user interface tweaks
- ad integration
- bug that would cause crash in certain situations corrected.
I read the reviews and got this app with high expectations. All I got was a piece of crap tht kept on telling me the same thing everyday for a week then changed it the next week. Not only that, it was completely wrong. It said I was in a state of physical recuperation and athletes would experience a slump when really I won 2 tennis competitions. Don't get it it's a waste of time and money and is completely wrong.
Check it every day
I love to read my almanac for the day. I read my horoscope every day, then like to compare the two. I know they come from 2 cometely different sources, but like to read both anyway!! I LOVE MOOD ALMANAC
Well, it told me that today if i was an athlete, I would have a bad day. I had one of the best softball games Ever the same day. I pitched great. This is a really dumb app and none of it's true, so don't buy it!!!!!!!!
- Category: Entertainment
- Updated: Aug 05, 2009
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 2.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: U.S. Robots and Mechanical Men, Inc.
- © 2009 U.S. Robots and Mechanical Men Corp
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.