Imprint: Learn Visually

Imprint: Learn Visually

By Polywise, Inc.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2019-10-26
  • Current Version: 4.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 132.15 MB
  • Developer: Polywise, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
Score: 4.80016
From 28,363 Ratings


Imprint is your visual guide to the world's most important knowledge. - Master essential topics in psychology, philosophy, history, finance, leadership, business, health, science, technology and more. - Understand complex concepts quickly, with elegant visuals that clarify key ideas and help you stay focused. - Take challenging daily quizzes that help you retain what you've learned. - Save and review the insights and visuals that matter most to you. - Complete a chapter in two minutes or less, in bite-sized sessions throughout your day. - Explore our rapidly expanding catalog, featuring: COURSES - Philosophy and the Meaning Life with Professor John Kaag - Bitcoin and Blockchains - Becoming a UX Designer - The History of the United States Government QUICK READS - The Freudian Mind: Id, Ego, Superego - mRNA Vaccines and the Future of Immunity - The Imprint Guide to Gerrymandering VISUAL GUIDES TO BESTSELLING BOOKS - Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari - Atomic Habits by James Clear - The Beginner's Guide to the Stock Market by Matthew Kratter ...and much more! -- SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS: Imprint offers an auto-renewing yearly subscription and an auto-renewing monthly subscription which allows you full access to all of the content in our catalog for as long as you maintain an active subscription. These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on your country. Payment will be charged to the credit card connected to your iTunes account at the time of initial subscription purchase. Subscriptions automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period end date, and the cost of the renewal will be listed. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal can be turned off by going to your Account Settings after the purchase. Read more about our Privacy Policy here: Read more about our Terms of Service here:



  • Easy to Digest Learning

    By jw198801
    I am really enjoying this app. I love the summary learning. I just finished the Courage to Be Disliked book summary and now I am plan on buying the book. I will be recommending this app to everyone I know who is a life long learner.
  • One thing is free

    By HeyJudeNews
    I thought this would be a great app and the start is, but then you get to the main page and one thing out of everything is free to use. Everything else is behind the paywall. I understand the app needs to make their money but it’s not enough bait to get someone hooked, it’s only enough bait to get someone to leave a bad review. Super disappointed.
  • Amazing app!

    By SkywalkerVandam
    What an ingenious and amazing app! I am hooked on the learning, and the short and easy to understand lessons are both thought provoking and so eye opening.
  • Wasted my time

    By publackstar
    I went through the setup process which is basically like taking a survey. Not until the very end do they tell you it’s a subscription based app.. Please don’t waste my time like this.
  • My favorite learning app

    By Mama Put
    Hands down the best app for learning. I’ve always been a visual learner but had no idea how much more I absorb with powerful visuals and text. I start my day with Imprint.
  • Very effective thought provoking

    By DrBrightsidEsq.
    A very clever way to initiate and maintain self awareness and practice self-care.
  • All visual learners out there…

    By Beezlebubzzz
    If you’re anything like me, traditional reading and memorization methods just don’t click with your brain. I only realized later in life that I’m a visual learner. Enter Imprint… This app is truly remarkable. Despite hesitating due to the price, I took the plunge after reading numerous reviews and seeking advice. Imprint tailors a plan for you based on simple questions about your interests and goals. It’s astounding how much material it can pack into a short 5-minute session. What’s even cooler is that you don’t fully grasp how much you’ve learned until after completing a chapter. I highly recommend Imprint for anyone struggling to retain information from reading. It has completely revolutionized my learning experience.
  • Misleading

    By Timchula81
    You shouldn’t have to spend 10 minutes setting up the app to find out it’s not free and in fact is 100$
  • Super Tool for Reading

    By Rich Vern
    This app is wonderful for people who just can’t get into books to easily or for people with ADHD such as myself. Tons of topics to look at from books to micro-lessons over textbooks ranging from psychology, philosophy, science, technology, and history. Overall massive repertoire of different topics to get into. It doesn’t often go into too much detail so I would say it’s a tool for figuring out the key concepts of a book or books you might want to get into more deeply. But even then it leaves you with the main takeaways in a more concise manner than probably most of the books might read normally. Each book is broken up into bite sized card you many save and review in order to gauge retention which is super helpful imo. These cards are developed from people ranging from Harvard, Colombia University, and otherwise Experts in their fields. I’m usually pretty skeptical when apps claim massive backings like this, all of the experts that list themselves I have found to be real people with often very comprehensive backgrounds in their respective fields. There’s nothing that would tell me that they are faking their credentials in the app. With all that said one might ask, “Why is it 4-stars then?” This might be specific to me, but I have a smaller phone than most models out right now; this is a problem primarily because, it’s clear the app is designed for bigger screens. Often times after completing a chapter or section the continue reading, or go home button, or whatever else it might be is unable to be read. I cannot scroll down to look at it or see if there are multiple buttons down there. Furthermore I have ran into an issue with the quizzes over reading retention as after reading: “From The Superorganizers Guide to Reading 12 Books at Once on Imprint” the quiz questions are often so long that the question is cut off or ended prematurely with an ellipsis and so the question needs to be guessed. Overall really good app, very modular and helpful towards self-learning with good topics and experts putting it together. Besides some slight hiccups towards app design and accessibility I see no problem with it and I would recommend it to anyone seeking to learn about popular topics quickly and to replace the doom scrolling that takes up most of our days in the modern day.
  • Some distracting language errors

    By buzzbuzzard1
    I find the information provided in this app invaluable. But as a US-based writer and editor, I was disappointed to see typos and mistakes. For example, “towards” is used throughout. That’s UK English; US English is “toward.” Unit 6 repeats a sentence with subject-verb disagreement. Part of a sentence reads, “that allow someone receive,” so “to” is missing. Commas are misused. Extra spaces remain between hyphenated terms. Perhaps the proofreading was rushed or performed by someone with other skills. The authors will be shocked to learn of these oversights in their excellent work, but experts make mistakes. I’d be happy to proofread the work free of charge, because I gained quite a lot from my free trial. Either way, thank you.