Jonathon Sautter’s easeWave, available for Android phones and tablets through Google Play, is an interesting app, and one that takes a stylish new look at an established app staple: the quotation app.
The app essentially takes uplifting and inspiring Bible quotations and uses them to try to ‘wake up’ your brain. It does this in several ways. You can get a fresh quote by loading up the app, and also as a widget that you can display on your lockscreen and homescreen, the latter of which is resizable.
Each quotation can be shared on Facebook and Google Plus, as well as to your own collection of favourites. You can even set reminders for new quotes.
Our happiness depends on our thoughts. We have about 60.000 thoughts a day. But only 3% of them are constructive/positive! But we can choose to be happy by practicing positive thinking.
All the bad news, fears, stress and pressure around us often lead to negative thinking and depression.
This easily becomes a habit and heavily affects our happiness.
According to the scientists 87% of all diseases are related to thought patterns.
The only way to get rid of this bad mindset is to change your thinking!
You have to learn to think positive again. Those new thoughts have to strike roots in your thinking.
This app helps you to do so! It provides a scripture or quote picked by our little team for each day.
By reading the good words, thinking about them and maybe also meditate on them you can plant positive thoughts into your brain.
Re-establish your happy thinking by the living word of Christ.
So, does it work? Well, I am a non-religious person, but I still found the quotes interesting and thought-provoking, and some of them are, indeed, uplifting, so it is fair to say that the app does freshen up your brain, and for religious people, I would imagine the effect to be far more profound.
I would have liked to have seen some quotes from more sources, but that is entirely the developer’s perogative, especially when you consider that is is a true free app- no IAP’s or ads so there is little to complain about really.
The app is very attractive, and even has a choice of themes, and it is great to see such an effort put in to what is a relatively simple concept. The only real complaints I have are that I would like some more sharing options and quotes from a wider range of sources, but aside from that, there is very little wrong here.
An attractive, fluid app which does exactly what it sets out to do, and does it with some style.