(App) Daylio Journal
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App Description :
Daylio enables you to keep a private journal without having to type a single line. Try this beautifully designed micro-diary app right now for FREE!
Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add notes and keep an old school diary. Daylio is collecting recorded moods and activities in the statistics and calendar. This format will help you to understand your habits better. Keep track of your activities and create patterns to become more productive!
App Features :
You can review all entries in the statistics on charts or the calendar.
To make it even better Daylio allows you:
Use a big database of beautiful icons for your personalized activities and moods
Explore interesting statistics about your moods and activities on monthly or yearly charts
Customize the names of moods
Set reminders and never forget to create a memory
Turn on PIN lock and keep your entries safe
Select colors that reflect your moods
Create goals and build new habits
We treasure your privacy. Daylio does not store any of your personal data. They are fully under your control.
Journaling has never been easier!
Additional Information :
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
- Size 60.5 MB
User Reviews :
Great insight into yourself, simple, useful – Love it!
I have always loved to journal and document both important and mundane days in my life. It’s easy to do with this app, even if you only have a few minutes to check in with yourself to see how you are feeling. All you do is click a few buttons to record what you’ve been doing and how you feel, the app records the time stamp and you’re done! Or if you have more time you can add text too – a little or a lot – I’ve written paragraphs at times. As someone diagnosed bipolar over 20 years ago, using this app is a great way to track moods (I too am in to the popular “mindfulness” trend, even before it became popular): it allows me to pause throughout the day, take a few minutes to sit quietly, notice how my body feels, see what kind of feelings my thoughts bring up in me, and then record that snapshot. Then, at any time I can look at the app’s simple reports that show a variety of trends in you activities and mood over a given period of time. I may think, “wow, I’ve been down and frustrated a lot lately” and then look over the report for the month and see that I actually had a lot of really positive times too. It helps me focus on the positive and work on training my brain not to go automatically to the negative. With practice, our brains CAN be rewired that way! I’ve done it successfully with a couple different things I wanted to change. Anyway, try the app. It’s great!
This is the first review I’ve ever written for an app but this one deserves a review. I haven’t consistently journaled in years and have kicked myself every day as I continued to not journal. Sometimes it was the mind-block I’d experience when staring at an empty page, but most times I just don’t want to take the time and have to dig deep to think about my day and feelings. I have been using this for over a month and it is a fantastic investment! I have a horrible memory, so I don’t remember most days how I felt the day before, which makes it hard to figure out my general state of being. I’m also very visual, so having pictures of activities keep my head clear. Since using this, I can see trends between activities or lack of activity and my general state of mind. I tried this app before, and it didn’t stick for me, but this time I’ve made the commitment and have a nightly alarm reminder (which is key). I wish there was a way to track mood changes throughout a day, or to write new notes instead of editing or starting over for a day. It’s not like my mood is constantly changing, but if I have a great day, but have one bad experience in that otherwise great day, it would be cool to be able to document that separately. Otherwise, I’m thrilled with this app.
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