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Fabulous: Daily Motivation & Habit Tracker

Fabulous: Daily Motivation & Habit Tracker

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👉 A gentle coaching tool to help you build routines to become your best self 🎉

4.5 Ratings 407K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads
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👉 A gentle coaching tool to help you build routines to become your best self 🎉
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Katie Goodfellow
    My first day or two felt confusing, and I wasn't sure if I'd bother after the free trial. But as I continued the app sort of revealed itself, and I bought the year pass. Every morning since download I've started my day with water, clean teeth, a made bed, and a real breakfast. It seems simple, but as someone with ADHD it feels a bit like magic. I'm hoping it can keep my interest for long enough to make real change. I suspect it might!
    more
  • This is a life changer Oct 28, 2018

    By fhkbosniiiueopqnansndk
    As a sophomore in high school who is currently taking ap classes and college courses while still trying to be mentally and physically healthy, this is it. When I was a freshmen I LONGED for a way to engage myself in my studies and my mental/physical health. I had to find an equilibrium. I had no motivation or reason to try at anything. I was looking for help everywhere: talked to my parents, friends, counselors, and a crisis hotline. I couldn’t find a solution so I pushed myself to do a lot of good habits, but in the end, it only deprived me of my motivation and will. I was overwhelming myself as I wanted to find a solution to my ailment. An ailment that ruins many lives. Lives ruined by procrastination. Now as I was looking for help online, I came across fabulous. The app seemed to good to be true and I gave it a shot for my own well being. Needless to say, I am grateful for this. As of now I have completed the courses: “An Unexpected Journey” and “Staying on the Road.” I’m currently doing “A Fabulous Night.” I know it sounds cliche of me to say this but it has changed my life for the better. I now feel happier, motivated, focused, confident, and passionate about my studies and life. Whether you’re 16, a middle aged person, or in your late years of life, it truly never is too late to help yourself and nourish as an individual. 10/10
    more
  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Hali Browning
    This a really good app for building manageable routines. It has a lot of character, which is mostly amusing; for instance, the coaching sessions will regularly include poems or quotes. At first, it made me feel a little precious, but it is way more effective about reminding me to complete tasks than a similar live coaching program my insurance company paid for. I am really interested to see what other content will be after I have established the first few goals.
    more
  • So far, so great! Jan 19, 2019

    By Keighty Kate
    I just got this app this morning so I’m basing my rating on user friendliness/ set up/ and its ability to hold my attention. The app kept me going, probably one of the easiest apps I’ve set up, definitely one of the fastest. Some apps can be work in just filling out the info but, this app was smooth & explained things clearly. I’m looking forward to seeing how this goes. I need something motivating in my life right now and I’m hoping this does the trick. I had always been a very disciplined, driven, fun, outspoken, and in great shape but, the last 18 mos~things have become very difficult for me. I had several big surgeries which left me in lots of pain but this pain is nothing compared to the pain in my heart... after loosing 3 loving people in our family. As my dad use to say... “Life happens kiddo”, but it seems I let it go on w/o me. I’m really hoping to find my fire again and hoping it’s as easy as finding this app~ something tells me... it’s not. All life’s greatest things~take work and I’m now desperate & willing~ just need reminders to keep going and I hope this app is a piece of the puzzle which makes the difficult times bearable. So, I plan on updating this review a few times, as I embark on my journey to become the once driven person I was~ so until then...
    more
  • 2/5 ⭐️⭐️ for this absolutely fabulous rip-off, data-collecting machine Sep 3, 2020

    By ninelettersthenfive
    Stay away, unless you're comfortable with paying to be exploited for the sole benefit of a privatized university's already generously funded science lab, and feel good about being fabulously manipulated by how pretty this parasitic pig wearing lipstick. 2/5 stars ⭐️ is frankly generous for this unFABULOUS disappointment! This app over-promises and under-delivers, while exploiting as many individuals as possible by tricking you into forfeiting your privacy, for the lab's own benefit. What's intentionally excluded in the description, yet IMPT AF to know about this fabulously manipulative, money-making machine is that it is a parasitic, date-collection trap, where the User (you) are tricked into becoming another lab rat. 2/5 ⭐️⭐️ for this absolutely fabulous rip-off, data-collecting machine. Ironically, no HUMAN was available TO RESPOND; refunds are actually impossible, and I'll end this rating-rant with this: Shout out to my fellow iPhone homies, who fell for dis intense disappointment of an App, who likewise STILL be WAITING for dem SPECIALLY DESIGNED RINGTONES that never arrived. 'Cuz after these creators got yo' loot, you're less than a cog in a wheel; you become another idiot who fell for the superficial, albeit as beautiful as it is manipulative, design, aka their specimen, and they don't care!
    more
  • Charged me for a year without warning Feb 7, 2021

    By Tim Ferry
    Thanks Fabulous! Charged me for a year, with no warning email despite their promise to do so. And of course there is no recourse! Amazing how much flat-out fraud and deception are in the e-commerce sector, even with this New Age bs. Absolute trash.
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  • This app is a lying, deceitful and a disgrace to science Feb 7, 2021

    By Leaf
    I thought this app would help me learn about cells for bio class only to discover that it did not help at all, I failed bio because of this, a disgrace, should be reviewed.
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  • Sneaky automatic FULL year subscription charge Jan 26, 2021

    By Matthew McCullough
    After 2 days of free trial, I decided the app wasn't for me and promptly forgot about it until I checked my account. I've been automatically charged for a full year subscription. There was no warning email, opt out, automatic 1 week or even 1 month subscription. No - straight into a full year charge. This system isn't in place to convenience the customer. It is used to charge prople who do not want the service. Being charged, and refused a refund, for a service I don't want is ridiculous.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Kimberly
    If you get stuck, don't expect assistance. I'm having glitches, some features don't customize as they should and there are gates to activities with no clear reason why. I've emailed, I've used the feedback form, they aren't interested in helping you. Currently I have reminders all day so my phone is a constant annoyance so i had to turn off all the push notifications. As others have mentioned, you get their habits as they think you should do them. I don't eat before 10am, sometimes I break my fast later. I haven't eaten early since childhood and its never been an issue. So I need to defeat the point of the app and say I've done something I haven't to move ahead. Isn't the point to develop the habits I want to develop, not those they feel are important, like the ridiculous obsession with food? How about a habit to make good choices when you have a meal instead of telling me to eat a sugar bomb of fruit and carbs to break my fast.
    more
  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Samuel Wolff
    Completely overpriced for what you get. Fabulous is an overly simplistic platform with redundant reminders to "drink water" and annoying notifications. You have to tell the app you got out of bed for days before it even unlocks the real features- something you can't find out during the 1 week trial so you at the end you don't know what it is supposed to do. And if you are unlucky enough to forget to cancel, good luck contacting support, the app is designed to extract 50 dollars and that's it.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Katie Goodfellow
    My first day or two felt confusing, and I wasn't sure if I'd bother after the free trial. But as I continued the app sort of revealed itself, and I bought the year pass. Every morning since download I've started my day with water, clean teeth, a made bed, and a real breakfast. It seems simple, but as someone with ADHD it feels a bit like magic. I'm hoping it can keep my interest for long enough to make real change. I suspect it might!
    more
  • This is a life changer Oct 28, 2018

    By fhkbosniiiueopqnansndk
    As a sophomore in high school who is currently taking ap classes and college courses while still trying to be mentally and physically healthy, this is it. When I was a freshmen I LONGED for a way to engage myself in my studies and my mental/physical health. I had to find an equilibrium. I had no motivation or reason to try at anything. I was looking for help everywhere: talked to my parents, friends, counselors, and a crisis hotline. I couldn’t find a solution so I pushed myself to do a lot of good habits, but in the end, it only deprived me of my motivation and will. I was overwhelming myself as I wanted to find a solution to my ailment. An ailment that ruins many lives. Lives ruined by procrastination. Now as I was looking for help online, I came across fabulous. The app seemed to good to be true and I gave it a shot for my own well being. Needless to say, I am grateful for this. As of now I have completed the courses: “An Unexpected Journey” and “Staying on the Road.” I’m currently doing “A Fabulous Night.” I know it sounds cliche of me to say this but it has changed my life for the better. I now feel happier, motivated, focused, confident, and passionate about my studies and life. Whether you’re 16, a middle aged person, or in your late years of life, it truly never is too late to help yourself and nourish as an individual. 10/10
    more
  • So far, so great! Jan 19, 2019

    By Keighty Kate
    I just got this app this morning so I’m basing my rating on user friendliness/ set up/ and its ability to hold my attention. The app kept me going, probably one of the easiest apps I’ve set up, definitely one of the fastest. Some apps can be work in just filling out the info but, this app was smooth & explained things clearly. I’m looking forward to seeing how this goes. I need something motivating in my life right now and I’m hoping this does the trick. I had always been a very disciplined, driven, fun, outspoken, and in great shape but, the last 18 mos~things have become very difficult for me. I had several big surgeries which left me in lots of pain but this pain is nothing compared to the pain in my heart... after loosing 3 loving people in our family. As my dad use to say... “Life happens kiddo”, but it seems I let it go on w/o me. I’m really hoping to find my fire again and hoping it’s as easy as finding this app~ something tells me... it’s not. All life’s greatest things~take work and I’m now desperate & willing~ just need reminders to keep going and I hope this app is a piece of the puzzle which makes the difficult times bearable. So, I plan on updating this review a few times, as I embark on my journey to become the once driven person I was~ so until then...
    more
  • 2/5 ⭐️⭐️ for this absolutely fabulous rip-off, data-collecting machine Sep 3, 2020

    By ninelettersthenfive
    Stay away, unless you're comfortable with paying to be exploited for the sole benefit of a privatized university's already generously funded science lab, and feel good about being fabulously manipulated by how pretty this parasitic pig wearing lipstick. 2/5 stars ⭐️ is frankly generous for this unFABULOUS disappointment! This app over-promises and under-delivers, while exploiting as many individuals as possible by tricking you into forfeiting your privacy, for the lab's own benefit. What's intentionally excluded in the description, yet IMPT AF to know about this fabulously manipulative, money-making machine is that it is a parasitic, date-collection trap, where the User (you) are tricked into becoming another lab rat. 2/5 ⭐️⭐️ for this absolutely fabulous rip-off, data-collecting machine. Ironically, no HUMAN was available TO RESPOND; refunds are actually impossible, and I'll end this rating-rant with this: Shout out to my fellow iPhone homies, who fell for dis intense disappointment of an App, who likewise STILL be WAITING for dem SPECIALLY DESIGNED RINGTONES that never arrived. 'Cuz after these creators got yo' loot, you're less than a cog in a wheel; you become another idiot who fell for the superficial, albeit as beautiful as it is manipulative, design, aka their specimen, and they don't care!
    more
  • Awesome App!!!! Jan 25, 2020

    By Dcjidvnjdcnm
    I can’t say enough about this app. I’ve been in therapy for years for some losses etc. I’ve currently been enrolled in a DBT course,8 weeks to get through 4modules. You can’t reach knowledge or gain enough practice to be great at this in one course. This app you have here is the perfect in between classes to work with as extra coping mechanisms.. it brings in soooo much helpful information for personal care and development. It’s very easy to use. For me, it is not overwhelming, you can do as much or as little as you want during the 3 parts of your days. It has given me more practice in becoming one mindful where everybody should learn. This mindfulness can be done in 5 minutes or less or longer. It’s giving your mind a break. Instead of racing around thoughts, you learn to focus and remain calm. The meditations here are very easy to sit back and listen. I’ve even been so relaxed I fell asleep which is very hard for me to do. It has done wonders in just these few days to work with your app. I love the challenges! I also like the way you can choose what you want for your daily routine. If what you offer isn’t enough you provide a way for us to add our own routines in, if it’s not working on the list. Thank you so much for offering this FABULOUS app.
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  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Hali Browning
    This a really good app for building manageable routines. It has a lot of character, which is mostly amusing; for instance, the coaching sessions will regularly include poems or quotes. At first, it made me feel a little precious, but it is way more effective about reminding me to complete tasks than a similar live coaching program my insurance company paid for. I am really interested to see what other content will be after I have established the first few goals.
    more
  • Fine app, way too much clutter. Dec 31, 2019

    By Blū
    My annual subscription for this app is about to expire and even though I kept up with it for the better part of the year, I’m not going to renew. This app utilizes some great techniques for motivation and accountability but it ultimately dogs itself down with too much content. It is constantly putting more and more information in your face about things to read and new challenges to accomplish and so on. It’s not abnormal to open the app in the morning to begin my morning routine and be confronted by two or three messages that I have to swipe away or close out of or decline just in order to use the app. Every time you finish a routine, which it encourages you to have three routines in a day (morning, afternoon, evening), it loads a motivational picture that you then must click out of to use the app again, and you have to wait a few seconds for it to even be close-able. I don’t need three motivational messages a day. So all in all, this app could benefit from simplifying its UI and content a bit. Being encouraged occasionally with small messages or goals or streaks along the way would be helpful, or at least the ability to customize or opt out of most of these features. Maybe I’ll check back in a few years.
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  • Feb 27, 2021

    By Joy Seldin
    I've been really enjoying the story and the helpful hints. The to do lists have been very helpful. For Stars only because Sometimes I'd like to review things a little closer, like the super powers (I didn't realize I should get to and do those right then because) they're hard to go back and review. Can't wait to actually have my paid for subscription to trait sink my teeth in!
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  • A path to a better me Jul 27, 2020

    By Kae Sera
    This is actually my second time attempting my "journey". I started once last year, but due to a lot of mental and environmental issues, I had to delete the app just to relieve some of my stress. Recently, though, I've wanted to improve myself and my life, and have been working on my own to pick up a few new projects to focus on (learning a new language, learning an instrument, etc.). I remembered how great Fabulous was at helping me keep up a solid routine, and so decided to download it again. Now that I'm past the "drink water" challenge once again, I'm really happy to spend a little on a subscription so I can fill up my "rituals" with all the things I wanna do! The only reason I can't give it five stars is because I feel there are many places it could improve, such as the ability to add custom "habits", and the option to skip the "drink water" and "eat breakfast" challenges if you've already been doing that for however long (like me, hehe). I also find it a little bit of an oxymoron that the app continuously tells you to get away from tech, yet says to make sure you use it as often as you possibly can, as well as follow all of their social, but I suppose that's just a part of running an app, haha.
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  • Must have for SAHM and online student Aug 21, 2019

    By SassySmitty27
    This app has helped me pin down a routine not only for myself but also with a routine for my two homeschool children. I have a lot to wrap my head around while getting my degree and a certification but with fabulous it has helped me be the mom I want to be for my kids while being a successful student. I thought I needed a tutor but I really just needed some fabulous help. If you’re looking for a helping hand to start you off slow and gradually help you lessen your stress. The first day where you drink water JUST DO IT OKAY DON’T FIGHT IT JUST DO IT it’s a tiny routine you build on not a mountainside to devour in one day it’s going to take time. I took away one star because although I feel this application is great tool to use I do feel that it isn’t as affordable as it could be. Helping people get on a routine and lessen stress in their life should be something everyone should be able to get. Maybe there could be an option to donate for others a subscription? Lastly every time I complete a routine it takes you through this sharing process with a quote and a picture and another picture and after a few days it’s obnoxious.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By CHRISTAMO SPAGHETTIO
    Alright so the apps cool, both visual and sound design is great. But it's constantly trying to make you pay for the full version with this promise of a better version of yourself. This better version of yourself doesn't come cheap either unfortunately. If it was just a one time purchase of a few quid (like 2-5) I would consider it, but at an £85 a year subscription it's hard. This app appears to prey on the weak, and behind every step of this 'journey' lies a paywall.
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  • Great Habit App - But does not have a way to pause if you end up in hospital Nov 4, 2020

    By AP31967
    This is a very great app; but learns towards ableism because it doesn’t allow actual life to occur. I ended up in the hospital for a freak accident of internal bleeding, had emergency surgery, and was bedfast. I had an entire schedule that I had spent months working towards in this app before the surgery. This app has no way to press pause. Instead it sends messages implying that everyone “falls of the bandwagon” - umm, that’s not what’s happening here: thank you. It comes across as condescending and becomes a reminder of what you can’t do and all of the life you are missing out on because you are trying to recover. It’s completely demoralizing. This app absolutely needs a way to hit pause and take a step back when life (car wrecks, deaths, etc.) gets in the way of the less important ‘five minute walks, workout ritual, make sure you’re tidying your space, yoga rituals, and the like. Nobody cares about that crap when you’re in bed fighting for your life. The creators of the app did not think that through - life happens. Pauses are healthy too; the alternative is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder rooted in Ableism. This app needs a pause button. When life is flowers and roses: this app is peachy!
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  • App is nice Feb 6, 2021

    By Mr. MearKat
    I really like the visuals like seeing the calendar at a month glance and seeing the progress that I’ve made. But it’s not a convenient thing at this point if I add one thing to my morning routine that I’ve already been doing so well at and I miss one thing I don’t get my mark on top of that I can’t go back further and make sure it’s properly tracking. So I have been on track my calendar doesn’t show it and that makes me sad and I also know that I need to cancel my membership for this application going forward it’s two limiting and it’s not helpful when I feel defeated. I enjoy the app I love the instant positive feedback. I appreciate the pace and reading about why were setting up the structure for personal success. However I am bummed that you can’t go back and rewatch the animated journey and there doesn’t seem to be away two go back and edit your meals or habits from the night previous. When I turn my phone off for the night I’m not gonna pick it back up to click that I did a meditation so I would like to be able to toggle between days and to rewatch cartoon journey , One for encouragement and two I was excited to share with others what a great app but there was not a way for me to do so.
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  • Hate the illustrations Dec 11, 2019

    By lenny12345!!
    I’m sorry, I don’t want to see a purple haired woman on a magic carpet when I eat breakfast. Wish I could have been a fly on the wall when the concept art was presented. It entirely doesn’t go with any of the app at all. If a dev happens to see this, a small part of why wellness apps like headspace are so widely popular is because they have a minimal, unique (but still fun!) look and feel that draws people in. Those visuals have a purpose too, they’re meant to calm the user and communicate a story. Purple haired girl does none of this. Weird letter reading VO does none of this. It’s distracting and strange. The entire UX is a mess as well. There’s so many menus, choices, letters, buttons etc if this app is all about simplicity and not overwhelming the user with information to process. It’s unfortunately clear that whoever art directed this was non-existent or inexperienced. UX designers are not app developers. If you expect folks to pay $50 a year, these details really matter. The app seems great other than that, but I just wish it had a simpler, more calming look and feel. (Because it’s meant to be a simple and calming app???) I couldn’t ever recommend it to anyone because it feels so cheap.
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  • It’s really pushy May 11, 2020

    By Headdache
    This app would be absolutely amazing if it would give you the option to minimize distractions/suggestions after paying for it. I love that it gets me in the flow, but I’m pursuing minimalism in my digital life for some brain space and this app just WILL NOT HAVE IT. It won’t give you the option of turning off alarms for your routines (I dislike notifications on my phone for things I already remembered... you become numb to what all of them are telling you) without keeping a huge banner in your way asking you to set an alarm for your routine. It doesn’t allow you to turn off the feature where other users “ask you questions”... (why does another human care about my random, unscientific opinion on whether coffee is healthy?) and pass around infographics. The “coaching” feature pops up in your daily list whether you’d like it to or not. If you try to turn off notifications it will keep pushing you to turn them back on. Pushy.. that’s the word overall. I recognize that overall it’s to keep folks engaged with the app and it’s great that all that is an option... but it’s really too much to not have any control over it.
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  • Feb 22, 2021

    By Kimberly
    If you get stuck, don't expect assistance. I'm having glitches, some features don't customize as they should and there are gates to activities with no clear reason why. I've emailed, I've used the feedback form, they aren't interested in helping you. Currently I have reminders all day so my phone is a constant annoyance so i had to turn off all the push notifications. As others have mentioned, you get their habits as they think you should do them. I don't eat before 10am, sometimes I break my fast later. I haven't eaten early since childhood and its never been an issue. So I need to defeat the point of the app and say I've done something I haven't to move ahead. Isn't the point to develop the habits I want to develop, not those they feel are important, like the ridiculous obsession with food? How about a habit to make good choices when you have a meal instead of telling me to eat a sugar bomb of fruit and carbs to break my fast.
    more
  • Feb 25, 2021

    By Summer Smith
    So I've just completed my free trial and I'm very disappointed. The advertising made it seem like I could connect with friends and reach goals together, but the app only facilitates you sending a link to your friend to download the app, there is no way to connect the two accounts (yet anyway, seems like they are working on it? If not, the marketing is really misleading) Some of the perks they say you will get by paying are not even completed yet, so I don't know why you would pay for it.
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  • App quality has gone down Jul 7, 2020

    By Fralcon
    I’ve been a member for over a year. Over the past 6 months the app has repeatedly frozen up, routines open without the habits loading with them, the habits being checked off on the watch but not reflecting in the mobile app, and the app completely crashing. I really like the content but the app is starting to heavily detract from the experience. At some point the pain of switching is less than the pain of staying. I’m a Dev so I get that this kind of app isn’t easy to build, but the foundations have to be solid. You guys desperately need a feature freeze so the entire dev and design team can focus on fixing what is already there. Cleaning up the design, removing buttons that don’t need to be there, removing concepts that make no sense etc. (I have yet to understand the differences between sphere, premium, journeys and challenges). Simple things are painful, like how do I leave/end a challenge, how to I delete a routine? You mean we need to start another challenge just to end the current one? Why am I even given the option to join a challenge when the first journey isn’t done? For all the talk about fabulous being like an instrument, and the need to learn new words to use it, fabulous is pretty bad at teaching those new concepts. Throwing up another letter isn’t a solution. UI elements need to be removed, concepts need to be simplified.
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  • Feb 28, 2021

    By Purple Fluff z
    It's cute but Its not for me. I was hoping it give me something new to add to my life but it didnt. Super disappointed I didnt realize I hadn't cancelled the subscription. Others may find it helpfull but remember to cancel if you dont! 35 dollars a year isn't a lot but it can be for something you dont use or if your in a tight spot.
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  • Disappointed, easy fix Feb 9, 2020

    By kdubzzs
    This app seemed promising but turned out to be really unfortunate. I started with the 7 day free trial and after setting my intentions, I was given my first new habit. To drink water every morning. This is something I already do every day so I was eager to just move on to my next step. Unfortunately the app makes you complete the habit you’re on for 3 DAYS before giving you another. And you cannot preview what the next habit will be. So I stopped opening the app because it had nothing to tell me. I then realized that if the next habit was also something I already do, I would be forced out of the trial period and charged the yearly fee before I even got my third habit. I quickly cancelled the subscription. This issue would be sooo easily fixed if when given a “habit” to begin you had the option to say “I already do this” so it could move on to something else. I searched everywhere in the app for an option to skip the task but if it exists I couldn’t find it. Developers, please add a skip option and this app would be so much more worthwhile. It’s almost like the app assumes you must not have any good habits when you begin. Either that or they are hoping customers will accidentally slip by that 7 day mark trying to make progress without realizing they’ve been charged $40.
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  • Charged me for a year without warning Feb 7, 2021

    By Tim Ferry
    Thanks Fabulous! Charged me for a year, with no warning email despite their promise to do so. And of course there is no recourse! Amazing how much flat-out fraud and deception are in the e-commerce sector, even with this New Age bs. Absolute trash.
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  • This app is a lying, deceitful and a disgrace to science Feb 7, 2021

    By Leaf
    I thought this app would help me learn about cells for bio class only to discover that it did not help at all, I failed bio because of this, a disgrace, should be reviewed.
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  • Sneaky automatic FULL year subscription charge Jan 26, 2021

    By Matthew McCullough
    After 2 days of free trial, I decided the app wasn't for me and promptly forgot about it until I checked my account. I've been automatically charged for a full year subscription. There was no warning email, opt out, automatic 1 week or even 1 month subscription. No - straight into a full year charge. This system isn't in place to convenience the customer. It is used to charge prople who do not want the service. Being charged, and refused a refund, for a service I don't want is ridiculous.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Samuel Wolff
    Completely overpriced for what you get. Fabulous is an overly simplistic platform with redundant reminders to "drink water" and annoying notifications. You have to tell the app you got out of bed for days before it even unlocks the real features- something you can't find out during the 1 week trial so you at the end you don't know what it is supposed to do. And if you are unlucky enough to forget to cancel, good luck contacting support, the app is designed to extract 50 dollars and that's it.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Amanda H
    The longer I use this app, the more I hate it. My goal isn't to drink water/eat breakfast, but I have no control over what the goals are on the "journey". Patronizing "I don't want to overwhelm you" messages prevent skipping forward. It also has fasting/cut out X food, which is dangerous especially if someone is recovering from an eating disorder (and especially if a child/youth was to attempt it without medical supervision.) Can't wait to uninstall this waste.
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