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Ratings and Reviews
Waste of time
I downloaded this app after other attempts of time management apps required me to sign in to use. Sign in for what?! I just want to have a livable clean house to invite guests to relax and enjoy, without their need to move dirty underwear off the couch with an empty paper towel tube, before sitting down. So I already had other Carrot apps, I figured, "What could go wrong?" Two hours later, the dirty dishes are still stacked in the sink, the dirty laundry is still in the hamper (most of it) and the living room is still messy. I've wasted two hours pulling down the screen, typing "m"...."Done" and swiping them away, one by one, just to get to the next level...and next level...and next level. I'm on Level 60. I haven't figured out what I'm doing wrong, but I tried typing, "Carrot I'm bored", and I got a message "Command not recognized" (I do not have fat fingers, by the way...they're a bit chubby, if that). I've tried typing "I AM bored", I've altered punctuation, capitalization, syntax, ...everything you can suggest, I have already tried. What am I doing wrong? Devs, please reply. I'm obsessing, here?
Other than threatening the health and safety of Justin Beiber and a typeart cat, this isn't a bad app; though it's rather counterproductive, for an app that's supposed to help me organize. At least it doesn't make me sign in or force me buy a subscription to use it.
Effective and Gratifying
Making me laugh when she’s angry, and making me actually feel good about myself when I complete tasks. I really like how this to do list app is different from all others. It’s not that it’s overly simple...it’s that it’s training you to be consistent and reliable...and there’s a lot of thought and psychology put into that to do it right. You level up, gaining confidence and unlocking more and more complex (relatively) options until it revivals other apps that come with everything right away. CARROT is personal. The simplicity at the beginning helps those of us who don’t get around to things BECAUSE we get overwhelmed and BECAUSE other apps and lists can feel too complex. Starting on an easy level and gradually boosting your confidence until you are comfortable enough with the app, and before you know it , you’re actually tackling your goals. For real. And I’ve tried everything. I have over focused adult ADD, and while I have good intentions and can be highly motivated to begin with, I lose focus quickly. Like with this review. Done.
Also I echo what LOLAJEFF just said.
Developer Response ,
You could've just typed "this is the best app in the history of the world" and gotten two extra tasks done with the time you saved!
Very helpful to be productive!
I love this app! My boyfriend introduced me to it and I was skeptical at first if it would really be helpful. I have tried so many things to try to be productive. This app is the only thing that has truly helped me be consistent with getting tasks done. Carrot is so funny, and sassy! It is a great mix of her positively rewarding you when you do tasks within a certain time and also getting upset when you haven’t done anything in a while. It’s so weird, for the first time in a long time I’m actually excited to get stuff done! This app is great, 5 stars all around and I highly recommend it, especially if you are someone who struggles to get stuff done consistently or in a timely manner or just in general. I hope to be able to try the other Carrot apps too!
- Grailr LLC
- 7.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2013-2018 Grailr LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Counterfeit Points $0.99
- Icon Pack $1.99
- Ultimate Cheat Code $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.