Amaze your Valentine! Read her mind with the How to Read Body Language app

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Does your partner say something while she is speaking and something else entirely with her body language? Does her little gestures and idiosyncrasies put you on your wits end on a daily basis? This Valentine’s Day make a vow to work on your relationship and people handling skills by using the tried and tested “How to read Body Language" app developed by Color.Ring Studio.

Screenshot of homepage in the How to read Body Language app

Here’s what the homepage of the How to read Body Language app looks like!

The scope and significance of this app in today’s world is increasing exponentially everyday; be it client meets, office presentations or your very own personal relationships. The knack of reading the subtle signals someone’s body gives you about his or her current temperament is an asset, and this app attempts to help you to master this art.

Screenshot of homepage in the How to read Body Language app 2

This is what the bottom part of the Home Page looks like.

Opening the app provides you with neatly organized icons and their respective titles, classified into the part of the human body that gives you the necessary hints. The background is a floral one with hues of purple, yellow and blue; and the text is in a white-coloured font. This makes for pleasant reading conditions and an aesthetic overall viewing experience.

Screenshot of The various options you will find under the "Hands" category in the How to read Body Language app

The various options you will find under the “Hands” category in the How to read Body Language app

Going forward, tapping at the icon of the body part of your choice takes you to a new page of the different positions of these parts, which on a further tap provides a whole paragraph about what that particular action means. It must be mentioned here that these lists include almost all the actions you can probably think of and the developers have indeed done their homework when it comes to providing such extensive information.

Screenshot of Hands page in the How to read Body Language app

More options you will find under the “Hands” category in the How to read Body Language app

One flaw in this app is that all the images shown here are animated and cartoonish. There are no pictures with actual human beings exhibiting the different kinds of body language this app attempts in explaining. Adding images of real people demonstrating the various gestures would definitely aid the end user in improving his understanding of the non-verbal kind of communication. Making this minor change would go a long way in converting this app into a runaway hit.

Screenshot of random hands page

A random page under the Hands category looks like this

Advantages to this simple but elegant layout with only buttons to redirect you to the required page is that it consumes extremely low memory of your device and is essentially lag-free. Also, the information content of this app is rich with more than a dozen gestures that come under the “Hands" category.

Screenshot of random page under Hands category 2

Another example of a page under the Hands category

This app is extremely user-friendly and in a matter of days you too can become adept in detecting and reading anyone’s body language. With Valentine’s Day almost here you can now observe and understand your partner more than ever before. The overall feel with the “How to read Body Language" app is definitely above average and worth a try. So go ahead, download this app and surprise your Valentine with how much you know about her with absolutely no words involved.

Screenshot of right handed handshake page

Don’t know what a Right-Handed handshake means? Use the How to read Body Language app.

The app is available for download from the Windows App Store (click the button below for download).

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Shamir Jose

When he's not busy trying to graduate as a Mechanical Engineer from Mumbai University, Shamir employs his supercomputer of a brain to read random crap on the internet. His life mantra is that time isn't wasted when you're getting wasted and his ultimate goal in life is complete world domination. Maybe he suffered a major head trauma, but he's under the delusion that he is destined for great things. His outstanding achievements include memorizing the entire dialogues of Pulp Fiction and Fight Club. Shamir loves his music and his earphones are always on full blast; so if you think he's ignoring you, just shout louder.

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