The COVID-19 pandemic brought mental health into the spotlight. While a lot of mental health apps splurged in, Google has also come up with its recommendation. Singapore-based Intellect app is marked by Google as one of the best personal growth apps of 2020 that helps you restructure your personal, social, and work-life by tackling the root of your psychology through its scientific process.
The app has been developed by a team of psychologists and behavioural experts and offers a new form of psychological training with quick bite-sized sessions to help you work on your personal growth.
The app makers believe that Intellect will help people start a new way to work on their traits, habits, and behaviours. It further claims to help users overcome daily life struggles like procrastination, low self-esteem, and anxiety, and also help them become confident. The app was launched in early 2020 and currently has more than one million downloads on the Google Play Store and enjoys a 4.8-star rating out of 5.
The app gives you a short session on how it is going to work and gives you a ‘training plan’. The app keeps working on your training plan and keeps asking you questions from time to time. It conducts a Big Five test to assess your behaviour, and five other key traits that help it know about you and your behaviour in a particular situation.
The app also helps you understand how your traits influence different aspects of your daily life in just 100 words. The app is available for free during the COVID-19 pandemic to help users deal with stressful times.