Alternative products to Perspective

Perspective

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

13 alternative and related products to Perspective

Productive for iOS

Build good habits. Organize your life.

Productive has all the tools you need to build a routine of positive, life changing habits. Build good habits. Organize your life.

GRN- Aspiring entrepreneur.
The pro version of Productive is free for the Product Hunt community!
Ivan Mir- maker of Qbserve time tracking app
Very simple and flexible at the same time, you can set daily and weekly habits. Plus great clean design.
Andrea Magee- Communications Consultant
I like the setup of Productive, which allows you to create reoccurring habits from their list, or you can create your own. The interface is pleasant to use - it's one of the few apps I allow notifications on.
Lifehacker
Tracking your habits is a great way to keep an eye on your progress for a variety of self-improvement goals, and you have an insane number of apps for doing so on the iPhone. However, when it comes to performance and ease of use, we like Productive, because it blends simplicity with the statistics you want to see.
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Habit List

Manage habits w/ a clean interface showing streaks & trends

Create good habits, break unhealthy ones, build a better you.

Ben Tossell- newCo
A bit of gamification which can help and some interesting data shown, mini-graphs etc
Aleksandra- Maker @ Cittalabs, Tealosophy
I also tried Habit List and love it for simplicity. Reminders are very helpful!
Adam Kazwell- Product manager/observer
Use it daily to help build new habits
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Momentum

Delightful habit tracker for iOS 8 with Today view widget

Evgeny Kruglov- Co-founder in AppFollow
Quite simple yet worked for me.
Aurora- Co-Founder megacool.co
I've used this for the last year and love it. It's simple and intuitive and does one thing and one thing only: track your habits! I purchased the premium version after a while as I realized that it actually helped me follow through. I open the app at the end of my day and feel an urge to finish up the outstanding habits before going to sleep. I've ~15 habits… See more
Parminder Matharu
Been using Momentum for some time, super easy and clean UI. Works for me! 😏
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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

Journaly

The customisable journal app

Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
If you're looking for customisation, check out Journaly!
Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
My team created Journaly to be a customisable journalling tool to keep track of your specific habits, mood and anything else that would matter to you.
Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
You can customise it as much as you want. If you want something barebones, then Apple Notes
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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.

10 Alternatives to Diarium

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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Strides

Beautiful goal tracking for anything, all in one place.

Anthony Alexander- Developer, Bootler
easiest goal tracking software I've come across...simple, intuitive (enough) ui, and free!
Sunil Neurgaonkar- Genius-Nerd-Entrepreneur-Philanthropist
A SMART goal and habit tracking app which will help you stay motivated and on track with flexible reminders and beautiful charts to help you achieve your goals.
8 Alternatives to Strides

Jarme

Journaling made fun again

Keeping a diary/journal can be great habit but it can feel like a chore sometimes. The millions of note apps out there fell short to handle this so we made Jarme to make journaling fun again. With flying colors and a myriad of handy features that we personally use everyday are now available at your fingertip with our web and mobile apps.

Jarme
Keeping a journal or writing your diary everyday can be boring at times but your memories are as precious to us as they are to you. Which is why we built Jarme, an app that makes it fun to write, s...
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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 the best diary tool you have ever used?

Lawrence NingCo-founder, PhD student
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

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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