He Is She Is Application For iPhone Builds Personality Profiles On Your Friends/Enemies/Whomever!
When I was growing up as a kid, I would create personality profiles of my friends in confidence for fun and for “my research.” I truly did want to understand other people in a scientific way, and so I figured by building files and records on my friends, I could accurately get more of that “said” understanding. I didn’t realize it at the time, but that type of record keeping or data collection wasn’t abnormal, I just took it more seriously than most other people by jotting it down. Others would file their friends into stereotypes or categories, and/or just make “mental note” of the said behaviors. Me, nope, I had it documented and dated. ”Hello, My name is Dr. Sheldon Cooper.” meh.
In a World where there is an application for just about everything, finally there is an application where iPhone users can build personality profiles on their friends, enemies, or whomever in confidence – and get amazing results. The application is called “He Is, She Is” and is available in the iTunes store.
The application allows you to build a pretty in depth profile on your friend, along with a photo, that you can assign key words to. This is built using particular empirical psychological tests used in mental health. With the help of this application you regularly fill in different statements, which apply to the person you want to know anything about, the app complies after an analysis of your answers.
So is that new guy in your class an alcoholic? Is your best friend addicted to Facebook? Do you have a enemy who may be abused at home? He Is She Is provides accurate data collection and results for those who are really interested in personality profiles and analysis of that particular data.
For more information about this application, visit the support site – however, may we recommend just getting the He Is She Is application from iStore and checking it out for yourself, it’s more fun to play with and see what results it gives.
Building A Profile On You,
Jake A. Wheat