Nova is an AI-powered app that helps with resumes and cover letters, but it has some issues with switching plans and server errors. Users find the app helpful despite some inaccuracies in the answers provided by Nova. Some reviewers criticize the app as useless and ineffective, while others praise it as wonderful and awesome. There are also complaints about the subscription model and charging users during the free trial period.Best for
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They give a free weeks trial but charge your card during that time even if you cancel subscription. Don't install at all unless you're willing to pay weekly charge to use app.
Answers are not specific and accurate. For example, if a question is put forward to Nova with 3 similar options, instead of picking one of the options as the most accurate, it will say, all the 3 options are correct. So it is not helpful to me.
Good app but 1 star because no one off payment, have to subscribe. Free trial limit is rubbish
There's no better app. If you realize it or not , the world is changing.. AI tools is the way of the future.
The app is functional, but there's an inconvenience with my Pro Plan switching back to the Free Plan after each app closure, requiring me to restore the purchase repeatedly. Additionally, there's a recurring server error due to heavy traffic, prompting me to retry later. These issues led to my 3-star rating; however, fixing them would prompt me to update my rating to 5 stars.
Horribly ineffective and useless. Most of the apps within the cluster including the main app claim to have capabilities and tell you it's working to get answers only to later say it can't produce the answers or the app doesn't work at all.
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