-Ability to replay videos after given the correct answer
-Challenge friends through Apple Game Center
-“Emotion Reels” showing multiple emotions in a row
-Teachings on what to look for in the different emotions, how they are felt in the body, and the possible meanings of the emotions
-“Short Quiz” allows you to get a score faster to enhance feedback
-Share scores on social media through Apple Game Center
Ratings and Reviews
Who knew? This is so helpful!
I never knew training like this existed, but I'm glad I found it! I've been practicing with this app with the goal of understanding my students better in the future. As a high school teacher, I'd recommend other teachers to learn these specific facial expressions.
Exactly what I'd make to teach myself microexpressions
The app is super easy to use. It shows you videos of people showing microexpressions and you can replay these videos several times before choosing one of eight emotions. I like that when I get the emotion wrong (which is happening less and less often!) the app will tell me what to look for next time. I also can replay the video after I get answers wrong and kind of practice looking at the person's facial muscles.
This is pretty much the app I would build if I wanted to teach myself microexpressions. It's totally worth the money because I find myself being more careful to watch people in real life. I don't know if I'm getting a perfect read but I've found that I feel more in tune with others when they're speaking.
Great if you’re willing to learn!!
The first time I tried this app I was confused and frustrated because I did not understand the nuance of microexpression. But there’s a reason they’re called MICROexpressions. It’s because they are subtle which means if you don’t know what to look for the emotion displayed can be misleading. But now that I know what to look for this app is amazing! It’s a great training tool for the most minute expression. After reading “Emotions Revealed” by Paul Ekman this app has become a must have for practicing microexpression reading. I also found Dr. Puder’s podcast episodes on microexpression to be deeply insightful in furthering my training.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.