10 comments

  • Account deleted 6 years ago

    Not bad but one thing is probably not right here: I don't know what this site does or the product does... and I prrrrrobably should get the idea like after 10 seconds there.

    2 points
    • Dennis Jin, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

      Toshocat is a desktop program that helps you track (and discover) anime/mange you've watched/read.

      I agree, it isn't super clear what this product is. If you have any more feedback I am all ears!

      0 points
    • Pierre de MillyPierre de Milly, 6 years ago

      I got it in 5 seconds. I used to watch anime so I'm much closer to the target I think.

      0 points
    • Thomas RawcliffeThomas Rawcliffe, 6 years ago

      At first I wasn't sure, but after reading the title again it made perfect sense. I feel as though the target market would instantly understand.

      0 points
  • Matt MilosavljevicMatt Milosavljevic, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    Hey, I just ran a quick five second test and on the whole about 12 out of 25 people got what the application does within 5 seconds. Link to results here.

    I think on the whole it appears that the page does an alright job of communicating what it does, but I think the use of the word "Notepad" is throwing people off.

    1 point
    • Gustaf ZetterlundGustaf Zetterlund, 6 years ago

      I'd second this, I track what anime I watch already but definitely not by manually maintaining a txt file using notepad. So initially I was vexed as to what you meant by tracking with notepad.

      1 point
    • Dennis Jin, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

      Big thanks for doing this, Matt. I initially thought that the average anime watcher maybe used notepad, or something similar, to track their progress (I certainly did LOL). I think I was a bit too naive believing that.

      I'll definitely make some changes now that I've seen these responses.

      0 points
  • Andy LeeAndy Lee, 6 years ago

    This is great! I'm a heavy anime watcher myself and though I currently use Taiga to scrobble, I'd love to use something as well-designed as this. However, I'm gonna have to wait for Plex web detection. Once that's integrated, I'm in!

    1 point
    • Dennis Jin, 6 years ago

      Will look into Plex scrobbling! I have personally never used Plex, but I've heard great things about it :3

      0 points
  • Jason EtcovitchJason Etcovitch, 6 years ago

    Built with React/Redux/SCSS/Electron; instant download for me.

    1 point