The Sorter

The Sorter


GET SH*T SORTED

Struggling to get your sh*t sorted? Have a mountain of questions with no answers? Tap into The Sorter, for advice served straight up without the bullsh*t.

No matter where you are, or what time it is, The Sorter has all the answers on sex, love, friends, family, work, cash, study, booze and drugs. Quit floundering, get the ball rolling, and get sh*t sorted with The Sorter.


The Sorter comes with:

• Shake to shuffle advice.
• Touch sensor. If you've got an issue, hold on tight and The Sorter will find a solution to match..
• Three levels of advice. Everyday stuff, tough stuff and really tough stuff.
• GEO-location. Advice that's relevant to where you are.
• New advice updated directly in the app. Since your life is always changing, advice will be updated regularly.
• List of stuff you've sorted.
• Crowd-sourced answers. Put your question into The Sorter Q&A to hear what other users have got to say.
• Bonus options: Already got the answers? Help a brother/sister out and offer up your words of wisdom to other users.

Stop scratching your head, tap into this app instead.

This app is brought to you by ReachOut.com, Australia's leading online youth mental health service. ReachOut.com is the place to go when you’re looking for information, support and stories on everything from finding your motivation, through to getting through really tough times.

Recent changes:
New feature: Is your sh!t still not sorted? A problem shared is a problem halved. You can now crowd source advice through The Sorter Q&A and put your question to other users. Or if you you've got it together, offer up choice words of wisdom to other users who could use a hand.
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About The Sorter
GET SH*T SORTED

Struggling to get your sh*t sorted? Have a mountain of questions with no answers? Tap into The Sorter, for advice served straight up without the bullsh*t.

No matter where you are, or what time it is, The Sorter has all the answers on sex, love, friends, family, work, cash, study, booze and drugs. Quit floundering, get the ball rolling, and get sh*t sorted with The Sorter.


The Sorter comes with:

• Shake to shuffle advice.
• Touch sensor. If you've got an issue, hold on tight and The Sorter will find a solution to match..
• Three levels of advice. Everyday stuff, tough stuff and really tough stuff.
• GEO-location. Advice that's relevant to where you are.
• New advice updated directly in the app. Since your life is always changing, advice will be updated regularly.
• List of stuff you've sorted.
• Crowd-sourced answers. Put your question into The Sorter Q&A to hear what other users have got to say.
• Bonus options: Already got the answers? Help a brother/sister out and offer up your words of wisdom to other users.

Stop scratching your head, tap into this app instead.

This app is brought to you by ReachOut.com, Australia's leading online youth mental health service. ReachOut.com is the place to go when you’re looking for information, support and stories on everything from finding your motivation, through to getting through really tough times.

Recent changes:
New feature: Is your sh!t still not sorted? A problem shared is a problem halved. You can now crowd source advice through The Sorter Q&A and put your question to other users. Or if you you've got it together, offer up choice words of wisdom to other users who could use a hand.

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A Google User
Oct 29, 2013
Totally Excellent Really love the app. I enjoy the humour and how achievable each tip is!
A Google User
Oct 16, 2013
wicked interface man Only thing it doesn't sort out is what I should have for dinner. l'm feeling burritos...
A Google User
Oct 16, 2013
Different but good Lots of good little things.
A Google User
Oct 8, 2013
Nice Nice and simple way to get free advice