The Daily Horoscope App

by Nia Scott

Apr 8, 2019

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Currently ranked at No. 19 on the lifestyle chart in the Apple App Store, The Daily Horoscope app is extremely popular. Whether you believe in horoscopes or not, checking in on your horoscope or the horoscope of a friend can be a fun activity. Reading through the qualities of a sign, both the good and bad, is entertaining because sometimes the zodiac signs are spot on in the description and sometimes they couldn’t be further from the truth.

This app is a lot more than just reading the daily horoscope of a zodiac sign. Users have access to their weekly and monthly horoscopes as well. In addition, each new year, the app releases a long horoscope predicting the upcoming year. It’s an insightful app for those who believe in their zodiac sign. The app also describes each sign in detail and explains compatibility between signs. The horoscopes the app provides are unique and different for each sign every day. The prose is written as if the writer is talking to the reader and knows them well.

Other than zodiac horoscopes, the app includes Chinese signs and druid signs. No need to memorize all of your different signs because the app will figure out your sign for you from your birthday. For fun, users can input any birthday they want to see the corresponding sign.

The app currently has a 4.8 rating from more than 23,000 reviews. Users of the app are happy and satisfied with the horoscopes and claim most of the time they’re right. Some of the reviewers check their horoscope daily before starting their day as a way to assess how it will run.


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