BDembko's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
First of all... as a caveat: There's no way to know if the Universe *actually* splits, as you can't obviously travel there to check it out. He admits it in the notes and the website. But, having said that, this isn't just another "random-coin-flip" generator. I have an iPod Touch, and noticed that it wouldn't work when I didn't have Wi-Fi. Thinking this was just an offline random-thingy... I got paranoid and thinking it was sending out personal info... so I started to look into it. Turns out... it really DOES contact Geneva, Switzerland. They have an honest to goodness Quantum device that generates an "A" or "B" result... and has an exact 50% chance of being either one. Unlike a coin toss, which can have other factors that may actually skew the result one way or the other. Sure, it's just a "random number generator"... but it's the most down-the-middle random-number generator you'll find. The real joke... is that it's NOT a joke. Which actually makes it funnier, if you ask me. (Kind of an Andy Kaufman kind of thing) The guy actually went the extra 10 miles... and it seems so absurd to us, that we figure it's a joke. But it's not... which then means it is. This is seriously quantum humor to the extreme. If you have any doubts... you can find the developer's e-mail on his website (mentioned in the app itself), and he's more then willing to provide any proof you need. Pictures of the device, statements from the Geneva people, even show you the code that sends it to Switzerland. So if you're comparing it to other 50-50 generators... I recommend this one, because it actually does what it says.
Xhyka's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
siempre he creido en la fisica cuantica y me gusta mucho edste app, aunque aun no lo entienda mucho....porque entiendo la teorian pero no mucho la mecanica del asunto.
G8L's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
Even as a free app this would be a loser. I feel like there should be a Better Business Bureau of apps so I could report this lemon
le cirque's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
if you're anywhere near as indecisive as i am this will soon become your favorite iPhone app! not only is it easy to use and have a rad interface, it's backed by science instead of "randomized" like all the other apps i've seen. it even lets you recap your previous choices in case you have a few spare moments to daydream about all the alternative universes you've missed out on. highly recommend!
Magenta Skies's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
Scientific and imaginative! Great way to track my decisions and create more universes to be in. The Retro, Steampunk styling is cool.
ChilliTrav's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
This is a super simple app that is such a fun toy for any girl or boy who has a little touch of geek in them. Plus, it’s fun to use for indecisive moments and ponder the multiverse. I love it!
Jwolf68's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
This overly fancy coin flip is great! I've used it in a lot of decisions, like what should i have for lunch or should I write my college paper today or tomorrow. It's fun to sometimes do the opposite of what was stated, so that in theory you create a third universe! I love this app and I highly recommend it to anyone who has trouble with decisions. It's fantastic. 😊
Whytewords's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
Love the design - some of the best, cleanest graphics I've seen on Apps. And, apparently, it really does split the universe, according to quantum physics theory, so, it's so much better than flipping a coin. You get the best of both worlds. Or, universes. FTW.
Huzecong's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
I don't know if this app is real or not, and I can't find out. If it is real then it's worth the money, else it's too expensive for an random decision maker app with a cool interface.
Axwriter's Review of Universe SplitterReviewed on 9/17/19 1:31 PM
At the moment the server in Geneva must be down causing the device to freeze until it finds another server which at the moment is Helsinki. This is not a ploy, the app actually needs the Internet to work which shows truth in what the creator says.