When you download and open the app, this is the home screen:
Since I'm a nail addict and don't really have an interest in keeping track of my relatively few makeup and bath products, I only used the "nails" section of the app. When you choose "nails," here is what appears:
This is one of the things that annoy me about the app - it's "lacquer," not "laquer." Also, "base coat," not "under laquer," and "top coat," not "over laquer." *headdesk* After you click on "laquer," this is what appears:
Rather, that's what appeared after I added all my polishes to the database, which took quite a while as I have over 260 now (I'm too lazy to go check my spreadsheet and see exactly how many I have). I can't imagine adding 1,000+ polishes to the app! One comment I have as far as how this screen shows up is that I would like for the section with the stars to be smaller so that the entire name could be displayed. Of course, I know that A Good Man-dar... is A Good Man-darin is Hard to Find and that All A-Bordeaux... is All A-Bordeaux the Sled, but it still bugs me. I wouldn't particularly mind if the stars were gone from the main screen altogether and appeared only as a part of each individual polish entry. I would also like the app better if you could choose how to sort your entries - by name or by brand.
When you click on a polish name, this is what it looks like:
I like that they have sections for the purchase date and for any notes about the polish. As I use polishes, I will probably go through and add notes about application or dupes in the "notes" section, which I imagine will be very useful when I'm out shopping. As you can see, there is an arrow at the bottom right of the screen. When you click on it, this is the screen that comes up:
I can't think of the circumstance under which I would need to send an entry in the app via email, but if I need to at least I know I can!
Overall, I honestly do not think this app is worth paying $1.99 for, and I wouldn't buy the app myself. Then again, I'm very stingy about paying for apps, and you may feel differently. However, a huge drawback that I see is that there is no free (and limited) version that you can try before buying the full version, like there is with many apps. If you think you'd like it and don't mind spending the money, sure - go ahead and get the app. But if you have your doubts, I would advise against buying.
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