WeChi: The Empathy Machine
By Bagooba, Inc
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
WeChi is an app that lets you and your friends see how you’re doing, because sharing how you’re feeling is what turns “You and Me” into “We.”
How you’re feeling is represented by your Weather.
Your Weather is affected by how you and your friends are doing.
And just like in the real world, how you respond to the people who matter most, IS what matters most.
Because the better we’re all feeling, the better off everyone is.
This is how WeChi works:
WeChi is all about personal relationships – and by “personal” we mean “strictly personal” – and by “strictly personal” we mean “PRIVATE”. We respect the information you share with us and we promise not to share it with anybody
Choose Your Avatar
Start sliding the bar back-and-forth and you’ll see how your Avatar changes to help express How You’re Feeling. You can add a note post that, too.
Your Weather shows how you and your friends are feeling – the better you’re all doing, the better your Weather. And the better you stay connected with your friends – the higher your Points. Earn a dog or a cat. Level up.
Invite your friends
You’re Good To Go.
What's New in Version 1.1.7
Our new, featured charities are 84000 and Pets for Patriots. Keep tabs on how many points we've earned together for each charity, and see which causes your friends support.
Are shill reviews considered fraud?
Man oh man, all of those fake five star reviews that were written the same day to bury the bad reviews REALLY stick out. Whoever wrote them did a stunningly terrible and unconvincing job.
Here's my review: Like the other people who gave you negative reviews, I have been trying unsuccessfully to connect, in my case, for two days. You did, however, take more of my Facebook information than you could ever need, and that bothers me because I don't trust a company that writes fake reviews. (Is that even legal?) I feel like I sold out my friends and family too, since you now have some of their information too. I wish I had read the all the reviews before trying out your questionable app. If you outsourced development, boy did you get fleeced.