The start of a new year is always a good time to get in shape, but you could be forgiven for skipping the resolutions in January 2021. You had enough on your plate already.
But the sun is shining, the vaccines are here, and things are slowly getting better. It’s time to start eating right, and Fastival is here to help.
Developed by Team Nicebyte, a studio founded by Apple-centric freelancers determined to share the proven health benefits of intermittent fasting, Fastival is your passport to a healthier and happier future.
It all started when two of the company’s founders – Adeline and Yannick – discovered that they were both unhappy with the intermittent fasting apps already on the market, all of which seemed to prioritize upsells and intrusive questions over user-friendliness.
A fasting app should be a companion and motivator, they agreed. And so they made their own.
Being Apple specialists, the developers at Team Nicebyte approached their project with Apple’s design methodology in mind. As you can imagine, that means it’s ultra-slick and ultra-intuitive.
You can jump right in and use Fastival straight away, too, since it doesn’t collect user data when you load it up. Just instal the app and you’re en route to Slimville (population: you).
Plus, it’s free to download, and you don’t need to sign up to a subscription to keep using it. Fastival is monetized with one in-app purchase that unlocks PRO features.
These allow you to customize your experience around your exact needs. You can adjust every aspect of your plan with the PRO features unlocked, and you can even adjust cosmetic features such as the plate, icon, and more.
For instance, you might want to go for the 5:2 method (five days eating normally and two days of fasting every week), or the 16:8 method (16 hours of fasting and eight hours of eating every day), or something else entirely. Everybody’s different.
Whatever you go for, Fastival will keep an eye on the clock and notify you when it’s time to break your fast.
At the time of writing, Fastival is absolutely smashing it on the App Store, with a 4.9 out of 5 user rating. It’s only going to get better, too, with Apple Watch support and social features both in the pipeline.