What is the Fabulous App?

If you find it hard to keep up with new year resolutions, productive habits, and worthy routines? Then this article is going to help you so much. Today we are going to talk about FabulousOpens in a new tab.. (download from Apple store)

What is the Fabulous App?

Fabulous is a daily planner application and a self-care habit tracker that will help you achieve long-term goals successfully.

Do you have to pay for the Fabulous app?

Is a Fabulous App Free?
Fabulous App is a free application, but only basic options are available in the free version. Fabulous works on a freemium pricing model. This means that a couple of basic and introductory features are for free use, but as you level up and want to enhance its functionality, you need to pay for its plans starting from $12.99 a month. You can pick whichever journey you like, or you can custom create it to your own need and take that first step towards achieving your dream body or that laser-sharp focus.

In this article, we are going to tell you in detail about this application named Fabulous. You can find this application in-app store as well as the play store. Let us help you know more about this application, its background, the pricing, and more relevant information.

This application is fabulous, as it will help you organize your life in a routine style. This is a self-help application that assists you in maintaining a daily planner. Fabulous was launched in 2014; this application was borne out of behavioral economics concepts, which was handled and steered by one of the prominent behavior change scientist named Dan Ariely, who also went on to become New York’s bestseller author. This application is used by millions of people and can catch about 175,000 happening reviews on google play.

You may think that several other applications of the same sorts exist, then what sets fabulous apart. Fabulous holds its uniqueness in its pace and speed, as it is pretty SLOW. It enables the users to select their “journey”; there are varied selections available such as feeling energized, lose weight, increase concentration, and even more.

So it starts by asking you a set of predetermined questions about your existing routine, asks subtle permission to allow push notifications, and starts its process from thereon. Like we told you, the application’s pace is pretty slow, therefore instead of saying that OK! You will wake up at 5 A.M tomorrow onwards; this beautiful app simply instructs you to get up in the morning and drink a glass of water first thing! That to be just three days out of the week to start with. Isn’t it convenient and super cool?

We think this is totally a rockstar application, as it provides us with doable tasks at hand. One of the great features that we love is the inclusion of “letters” in the app, where you receive wake-up notifications with a motivational quote or “letter” that has been said by legends and is relevant to your own personalized challenge.

Once you get the hang of this application for a couple of days, then with time, new steps are being introduced in your “journey,” which are seemingly simple yet create high impact in the longer run. This application plans to yield results based on a slow yet progressive journey, rather than one time quick hot-shot results, which are eventually lost and forgotten.

Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith is an experienced economist and financial analyst from Utah. He has been in finance for nearly two decades, having worked as a senior analyst for Wells Fargo Bank for 19 years. After leaving Wells Fargo Bank in 2014, Daniel began a career as a finance consultant, advising companies and individuals on economic policy, labor relations, and financial management. At Nimblefreelancer.com, Daniel writes about personal finance topics, value estimation, budgeting strategies, retirement planning, and portfolio diversification. Read more on Daniel Smith's biography page. Contact Daniel: daniel@nimblefreelancer.com

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