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Journaly

The customisable journal app

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60 Seconds Everyday

The fastest way of daily journaling

Antoine Yng- https://twitter.com/UXjabs
I think you can tweak it to use it your way ;)
Mark B.- Product Manager, CJ Affiliate
Simple. Develops the habit and encourages success.
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
This isn't like the other journals. Every day this service calls your phone, records 60 seconds of your "audible journal", and stores it online. Sitting down to write a journal takes more time and effort.
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Amazing Marvin

Customizable task manager and day planner

Amazing Marvin is a customizable task manager that is designed using behavioral psychology to help you get more done while feeling less stressed. Marvin separates where you store (Master List) and work off (daily todo list) your tasks and has tons of built-in tools to help you work better.

Christina Willner- Founder of Amazing Marvin
It's a great task manager for procrastinators (~90% of students) as it's designed to actually help you get things done.
Asad Dhamani- Founder, Crestify
I've been using Amazing Marvin for a month, and I was in the same boat of having tried many, many apps, none of which stuck. Marvin just feels right. The day planning approach has made me feel much more in control, and it helps me get more done. You can pick and choose features (strategies) and build your own perfect app, basically. In the world of todo ap… See more
Christina Willner- Founder of Amazing Marvin
I know exactly what you mean with task tracking AND habit tracking. Recurring tasks (which most to-do apps have) are not the same as habit tracking. Amazing Marvin currently has task tracking and we will be adding a proper habit tracking system soon. You work from a daily todo list in Marvin and for the habits you will be check off what you did/didn't do e… See more
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REFLECTLY

The world's first intelligent journal

Reflectly is a mindfulness app, driven by AI. It uses intelligent questioning, to help users obtain an easy and straightforward way to get the most important thoughts out of their heads, each and every day. Your very own, personal mindfulness companion :)

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Wellness is a mood and medication tracking app that syncs with Apple Health to provide a complete picture of your physical and mental health. Quickly log your mood, add notes, and schedule check-ins during the day. Track medications and vitamins, schedule when to take them and get feedback on your adherence.

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Perspective

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

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.
Horea Burca- Co-Founder, blinky.co
Simple and effective
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JournalJerk

Journal or else. Email-based journaling for slackers.

Colin McDonnell
The perfect journaling tool for people who have trouble sticking with it. I built JournalJerk because I'd never managed to stay motivated and journaling for more than a week 😛 With JournalJerk you get a daily reminder email that you simply reply to with your entry. You also set a weekly goal, which you are...er...financially incentivized to meet. Ok, yeah… See more
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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.
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Diarium

Windows' best-rated journaling app arrives on Android

You always wanted to write a diary but your laziness said "no"? This app might be for you! It can include lots of information into your entries automatically, like pictures, walked steps, weather or social media activity. You can password-protect the app and sync the data with the corresponding Windows app.

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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

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What's the best diary tool you have ever used?

Lawrence NingCo-founder of Leeds Data Science Society
Day One - A simple journal for iPhone, iPad and OSX.
"2nd that emotion. Not only that. It works with IFTTT. So you can email in our journal entry."
Call Frank - Get a call every night to record feedback on your day.
"Call Frank is very different from other diary apps. Once you signup, you set a time of day you want Frank to call you (yes, on your 📞). … See more

How are you maintaining track of your thoughts? Any journal apps you'd recommend?

Arjun Raowww.arjunrao.co
Bear - A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose
"I would recommend Bear for any types of notes or posts. I use it to write down any ideas, thought or emotions. I love that it does not give… See more
Day One 2.0 - Ground-up rewrite of the best journal for Mac and iPhone
"Still the best multi-platform journalling experience imo. Plus, integrations with IFTTT can really help automate entering some common thing… See more
Journaly - The customisable journal app
"My team created Journaly to be a customisable journalling tool to keep track of your specific habits, mood and anything else that would mat… See more

What's a super simple diary/journaling app?

alex kwononeminute
Day One 2.0 - Ground-up rewrite of the best journal for Mac and iPhone
"*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 sa… See more
Google Keep - Save your thoughts, wherever you are
"I use it all the time, it's simple, easy to access, and it's by Google <3"
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