tinythoughts is a one sentence a day journal. Every day, write 240 characters about your life.
* Entries are for your eyes only
* View entries by date
* Tag and filter entries
* Opt into daily reminders
* 366 unique prompts
* Export posts to CSV
* Photo attachments
* Native apps
* Sentiment/mood analysis
Sunset is a micro journal that helps you capture your thoughts and stay organized.
- Write quick entries anytime, anywhere
- Use happy and sad animations to express your moods and feelings
- Write entries fast with your own templates
- Put your entries into sections and subsections by drag-and-drop
- Customize with your favorite colors, prompts etc
everydayCheck helps you form new habits and get things done by working on things EVERY DAY.
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.
The most important part of writing a diary is doing it everyday. EmoDay helps you create a fun and colorful diary. You can start by simply punching in a single emoji. And of course it's lovely. So if you are more of a design lover than a writer this app is definitely yours. Enjoy logging your day and be free from pain of type-writing.
🌟 Thyself is a Chrome Extension giving you mindful moments throughout your day to track and express your mood with emoji. Periodically throughout the day, Thyself halts your browser and simply asks: “How are you feeling?”
Daydip is platform for people to record every day memories of their life.
Happiness is a weird thing and I think forcing yourself to reflect back on your day is a great idea. So every day AYHT will email or text you to ask how your day went. After responding, you can go to the site and see a complete history of how your days have went and that hopefully helps you direct your life.