|Games||$0.99||One Mighty Roar, LLC||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
The Either app helps you deal with life's hardest questions pulled from our website: www.either.io.
There's always a free, ad-supported version as well! Find it here: http://appstore.com/EitherFree
You can now answer some of life's most challenging "would you rather" questions, such as:
* Be a mermaid or a centaur?
* Only date people with severe OCD or chain smokers?
* Know what really happened at Area 51 or receive $1 Million?
You're going to find out what type of person you really are. And the best part? You can do this anywhere because we're nice enough to provide you with a mobile app. You're welcome.
**Set up an account for access to adult questions, ability to comment, submit questions, and keep track of answered (no repeats!).
The game itself is fun but the questions are kinda boring.I was hoping for something more intense because on YouTube they make it look fun,interesting,and intense.But when I got the game BOOM!Its so different!Maybe it’s the computer version that’s better……too bad I dont know how to use a computer.I don’t even have one!Anyway,you could try to add some updates to the game.thx bye!
Instead of taking 99cents THEY TOOK $5.00 😡
iPhone 5 support quick!
You think you get have some fun by submitting questions. But all they do is say pending review and never use them. I've had mine waiting for weeks and weeks, going on months. They are too busy approving perverted sexual questions (and that's putting it lightly). It's the most good looking, unprofessional app I've ever seen
I have fun with this app, but it sure could use an update to support iPhone 5 display. Otherwise, I like it!
But I kept getting the same questions over and over. Do not spend your money on this app.
Good app but needs iPhone 5 support
Submitted my own questions, they've been "Pending Review" for 9 months. Did the developer stop supporting the app?
The app itself is fine, but all of the questions are pretty weak. The point of "would you rather" is to take two ridiculous things you would never ever want to do and put them against each other. Instead this app asks if you want to be a math teacher or a history teacher. Also, the questions are written assuming the user is a white Christian heterosexual male and uses sexuality gender and religion as a joke, but it's not funny.
I want my dollar back. Stupid nasty questions.