What do people think of Misu?
The community submitted 28 reviews to tell us what they like about Misu, what Misu can do better, and more.
I tried Misu and compared it to several of the thousands of other mood trackers available for free and I think it doesn't really stand out. The design, UI / UX is mediocre compared to many others and the accuracy of my mood reading was no better than if I just guessed randomly and wrote it down on a paper mood tracker.
Misu helped me become more aware of my mood during writing my M.Sc. thesis. It showed me how procrastinating on Facebook and YouTube negatively impacted my mood. It also helped me realize I was most productive when my mood was good. By combining these I was able to be more effective during my work hours.
Particularly in todays uncertain times, society desperately needs technology that will help manage stress.
Just started using Misu and find the mood concept tracking intriguing. Looking forward to continuing to use it.
I've been an early beta tester of Misu and have used it on and off over the last few months. Why I would recommend it: - The accuracy of the facial expressions to the mood score is impressive. You can try it out during the onboarding - it recognizes when you're intensely smiling or frowning and it's something you don't even have to think about during the day. It's something I've rarely been self-aware of and it's refreshing to retrain your cingulate cortex :) - The UI is beautiful 🤩If you love apps like Headspace, you'll love the simple, elegant and fun UI elements on here. Everything from mini cartoons to beautiful dashboards. - If you've ever done anything like intermittent fasting, you'll realize that fasting for long periods of time can help you understand and change your body's limits - you'll drink water a lot more in the morning and in between meals; it will intrinsically change your dependencies. I see the future of Misu as a great opportunity for this reason - it will prompt you to smile more when you're enjoying stuff, elevate your mood by identifying the right cues, and give you greater agency over your brain's response selection. - @applecider_ and his team are awesome. During the beta testing period, they led with care, curiosity, and empathy. The product is not for everyone but I am confident in their ability to listen and take genuine interest in making it better.