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Fabric

The story of your life that writes itself.

Update: new version available now! http://get.fabric.me

Updated discussion here: https://www.producthunt.com/posts/fabric-9

Fabric helps you remember the meaningful moments and stories in your life.

19 alternative and related products to Fabric

Memory by Timely

An intelligent timeline of everything you did in a day.

haabe- Developer @ Snopp Designbyrå
Automatically tracks your day, from what tools you use to which websites you've visited - and for how long. Timely combines it with a super-easy and slick UI.
Aurora- Co-Founder megacool.co
I love using Timely! It records what I'm doing in the background so I can review afterwards how I spent my day. My only improvement for the product is to make the drag and drop feature more responsive (missing the Google Calendar feeling).
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I love Memory by Timely. I don't need to track activities myself anymore. This helps me log everything so I can focus on getting stuff done!
5 Alternatives to Memory by Timely

Day One 2.0

Ground-up rewrite of the best journal for Mac and iPhone

Day One 2.0 is an easy way to keep a journal, and a powerful way to organize thoughts, ideas, moments, quotes, links, notes, and anything else with text and photos.

Stephen Headrick
*disclosure: i used to work for this team but i was a user before and after working there* Day One is far above the competition. Kinda sad to see these other notes like Google Keep and OneNote above Day One here. Don't get me wrong, I use Google Keep for other thoughts, notes, etc., but for journaling, Day One is the best, bar none.
Anshuman Chadda- MD MPH; Physician Entrepreneur
I used Day One for a lot of time, but realized I was journaling in 4-5 different places, Evernote, text reminders, photo screenshots etc etc... While Day One is super cool and journaling is a really nice habit, I now follow a different approach to journaling. I have been trying to consolidate my thoughts along themes, because with journaling, I felt I was sp… See more
Ankush Choubey- Student
It is super simple. You can also change change date and enter events from past which I love.
WIRED
Keeping a journal is a pain in the ass. It's a scientifically-proven wonderful thing to do-to preserve your memories, explore your feelings, record the things you do and notice and care about-but it's a lot of work to sit down every day and get your Dear Diary on.
The Verge
Mac and iOS journaling app Day One received an extensive overhaul today, the result of a two-year development period that saw its creators rebuild the software from the ground up, and re-release it as a new app on the App Store.
The Sweet Setup
If you're looking for the best journaling app, or a great app for logging and recording various events and milestones of your life, then by far and away the best journaling app is Day One. Day One has outstanding apps for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad that all sync.
Macstories
Day One, the well-known journaling app by Bloom Built, was an unmistakable success. On both iOS and Mac, it amassed multiple awards for both its design and quality of the experience. Through positive reviews and loyal users, Day One rose to the top of the charts and received recognition from Apple's App Store team.
7 Alternatives to Day One 2.0

Fabric is an effortless digital journal for the moments in your life. It captures the places you go, the people you meet, and the things you do. The latest version features an editable timeline, shared moments, and a search engine for your life.

Oh, and you can import your data from Moves before it shuts down! (https://web.fabric.me/moves)

Medium
Available in the App Store now Our lives are a collection of extraordinary narratives. First, there's the self-centered and straightforward story of yourself. It has one single protagonist who knows every part.
8 Alternatives to Fabric 3.0

Five Minute Journal App

The simplest, most effective way to be happier every day

Fadeke Adegbuyi- Social Media & Content Marketing @Doist
This is an awesome tool to practice gratitude and mindfulness. It really shouldn't take you more than 2.5 minutes in the morning and 2.5 minutes in the afternoon to answer a set of questions that prime you for the day and let you reflect on how it unfolded.
John Ababseh- Epiphany Enthusiast
I like this app, super simple and easy to use!
The Hustle
When I first heard about the Five Minute Journal, I thought it was a complete scam. Their website said this journal can "prime your brain" and "cultivate gratitude." But how can a journal make you happier? I've never used a physical journal to write down what I was feeling.
Idownloadblog
The Five Minute Journal app description claims it to be the simplest and most effective way to become happier in five minutes a day. Having used the physical journal for several months, I can definitely witness some positive changes in my life, which are ultimately making me happier.
27 Alternatives to Five Minute Journal App

KYŌ

A simple reflection app powered by awesome people

KYŌ is an app that helps you reflect in the company of titans.

We fuel people’s daily reflection through questions from some of the most inspiring figures in the world. Because we’ve found people’s relationship to questions change depending on who’s asking them. New expert packs & interviews added weekly!

SoundCloud
This month's podcast, "Inside Out" looks at how thought leaders chart a path forward in career and life through the lens of empathy. Our panelists include: Suraj Patel, an entrepreneur, lawyer, activist, adjunct professor of business ethics at NYU Stern, and candidate for U.S. Congress.
Let's Reach Success
Reflection is important. It's not something that should only happen at the end of each year, though. But must become an attitude towards life. At every step of the journey, we should stop, get back to the present, reflect, take some decisions, make sure we're doing what's right, and then continue.
ELISABETH VIBES
1. What's behind the name KYŌ? KYŌ is the Japanese word for "today". Everything we do revolves around helping people appreciate today and the present moment. Both myself and co-founder Sunay...
The Healthy Maven
It's always fun to welcome friends to the show! This week that friend is Marc Champagne, the co-found of Kyo, an online journaling and daily gratitude app. I've discovered Kyo (and Marc!) through a friend of a friend and immediately upon meeting - digitally first and then in person - I knew he would be a source of inspiration for me now and into the future.
10 Alternatives to KYŌ

Storyo 2.0

Group video memories with amazing details

João Santos- Growth Hacker @ Storyo
Great to create content of outdoor activities with friends. Creates a video memory from your photos, adds data (such as maps and social media) and you can easily invite friends to add their photos. In seconds it generates a group video memory ready to share on social media. Hope it helps. Discloser: I'm Storyo's Marketing Manager :)
2 Alternatives to Storyo 2.0

Moves

Activity tracking without gadgets

Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
Moves might work for this. It generates a map of everywhere you've traveled. When you look at it, it's pretty easy to see which streets you haven't gone down yet (it draws a line everywhere you've been). It shows darker lines for places you've been multiple times. It's fun to have it track for a couple weeks and then see how routine places you travel is. Wh… See more
Jack Dweck- Product Manager at Unroll.Me
Moves tracks everywhere you go automatically. I leave the app running in the background and have it connected to Gyroscope, where I can see beautiful maps of where I've been.
5 Alternatives to Moves

Perspective

Journaling meets mood & habit tracking... in style!

Horea Burca- Co-Founder, blinky.co
Simple and effective
Horea Burca- Co-Founder, blinky.co
Well, I'm definitely biased here as I'm the creator of this, but check it out, maybe you'll like it.
Horea Burca- Co-Founder, blinky.co
We're trying a slightly novel approach to journaling with Perspective... we're putting things into context. We want people to know how they feel along the way and give them a personal space where they can reflect back on things and become more aware and mindful.
14 Alternatives to Perspective

WeekCap

An easy way to remember your week

WeekCap is a simple way to remember your week. Every Saturday morning, you'll get an email that asks how your week went. You can also enter goals for the upcoming week. Over time, you can measure your progress and see how you're accomplishing your goals.

Premium users can customize questions and change the cadence to daily vs. weekly.

12 Alternatives to WeekCap

Written Down

Your journal everywhere you go

Written Down is a journaling app for iPhone & iPad supporting multiple journals, themes, fast and reliable sync and collaborative sharing of journals via iCloud.

Jamie Halmick- Tinkerbuilt
It's made for journaling.
11 Alternatives to Written Down

Scribio

An elegant and secure mood journal

Scribio is an elegant mood journal to track your emotions, thoughts, and photos. With an intuitive and beautifully designed interface, Scribio empowers you to learn more about yourself everyday!

FEATURES

• Create journal entries to keep track of your emotions

• Add your favorite pictures

• Customize emotion colors

• Passcode + Touch ID for privacy

16 Alternatives to Scribio

What's the best travel map to document all cities & countries one has traveled to?

Emily Kellerttech lover & travel freak
Swarm - Keep up & meet up with your friends (Foursquare unbundled)
"When I traveled to Hong Kong and really got to explore the city, keeping track of the locations and places I visited was important because … See more
Mapme Stories - Tell stunning stories through maps
"You can use Mapme Stories to create a custom, interactive map of cities/places you've visited. Disclosure I worked on this previously"
Fabric - The story of your life that writes itself.
"This is the easiest journaling app I've used. I travel a lot, so this gives me the options of writing things as they come while I'm abroad.… See more
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