January 23, 2012 in Entertainment (E)
[prMac.com] Orlando, Florida - A new iPhone app called X Sign Here analyzes a person's signature on the spot revealing behavior and personality traits. Users just write their signature using a finger or stylus on an iPhone or iPad then answer a few questions and hit "submit." The personality profile will be presented on the results page with the signer's strengths, weaknesses, and behavior traits.
"Handwriting analysis can play a useful role in getting to know a few close and otherwise concealed details of someone's personality," says Christine Summers, who developed X Sign Here. "Our handwriting represents us, and our signature represents us best. Our signature is our trademark, personal logo and it reflects the personality that we portray to the public. It is our personal portrait. We practice and perfect our signature more than any other element of writing."
Uses included asking potential dates to place their signatures on X Sign Here to decide whether to pursue a relationship any further. It could also be used it to determine the trustworthiness of a person they don't know well. "Many use it in the bar over drinks as a conversation starter," Says Summers. "The main use of the app is to have fun!"
The X Sign Here App can reveal 275 personality possibilities and will evaluate a signature within 120 seconds after the signee answers 10 simple questions such as how the signature is written in relation to: space used, size, direction of the stroke, loops and circles, and the signature's finishing's.
Sample questions asked by this ingenious App are:
Define your signature style:
* all cursive,
* a fusion of print and cursive
* all print
Which explains the way your signature slants?
* with the top incline to the left
* everything straight up and down
* incline to the right side
How do you finish your signature? Do you enhance it with anything or jazz it up?
* nothing, plain and simple
* one underline
* multiple lines under it
After downloading the App for 99 cents from the Apple iTunes Store, the user merely hands the iPhone or iPad over to a friend or relative who writes their signature using a finger or stylus. That person then answers a few questions and hits the "submit" button and the personality/behavior profile is waiting on the results page.
Profiles can be stored on the App, with the signature's owner being able to choose whether the results can be shared publicly, viewed only by the App's owner, or instantly deleted.
Just for fun, the X Sign Here's history comes with built-in signatures of the famous, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Walt Disney, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Ever wonder what is going on inside the head of Minnie Mouse? This app even analyzed Minnie's signature as well!
Information about the X Sign Here App is available at their web site. The app is available directly from the iTunes App Store. For an interview with Christine Summers or to obtain a free reviewer's code for X Sign Here contact Scott Lorenz of Westwind iPhone App Publicity.
About Christine Summers:
President and Founder of Ultimate Chemistry, based in Ontario, Canada, Christine Summers is the developer of the X Sign Here app for the iPad and iPhone. Summers also developed 'freelance jobs market' websites in Canada, the UK and the USA. She is a former radio talk show host, health and beauty industry spokesperson and Canadian PR rep for a heavy weight boxing champion.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.0 or later
* 6.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
X Sign Here 1.0 is only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
President and Founder of Ultimate Chemistry, based in Ontario, Canada, Christine Summers is the developer of the X Sign Here app for the iPad and iPhone. Summers also developed 'freelance jobs market' websites in Canada, the UK and the USA. She is a former radio talk show host, health and beauty industry spokesperson and Canadian PR rep for a heavy weight boxing champion. Copyright (C) 2012 Ultimate Chemistry. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.