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Written Down

Your journal everywhere you go

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

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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.

Richa V.
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. Not only that, it also creates a history with the places I've been to and the people I've met, so I can go back and always look through my travels.
Medium
Today, we're excited to announce the latest evolution of Fabric! You can g et it on the App Store. We started Fabric with a bold mission: to help people remember more of their life stories. We believe everyone's story is important, and everyone should be able to reconnect with the uniquely meaningful experiences in their lives.
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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.
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Shashwat Pradhan- CEO/Founder @emberify
You can customise it as much as you want. If you want something barebones, then Apple Notes
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.
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Grid Diary

The simplest way to get started with keeping a diary

The simplest way to get started with keeping a diary

Jędrzej Rayski- Graphic Designer
In this app I questions from The Five Minute Journal (https://www.intelligentchange.co...) and I'm answering them every day
Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
The easiest way of writing daily.
Max Yakin Bozek- Designer
The habit of writing daily it is difficult. This app is so simple that turns journaling into an easily achievable goal.
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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.
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Year in Pixels

Keep track of your mood during all year using pixels.

Year in Pixels was made to keep track of your mood during the entire year, using pixels. You can load this page every day and select how you're feeling.

The tool will keep track of your mood and give you a visual for how you've felt during the year.

If you use different browsers or computers, you can import/export your calendar too.

Webdesignernews
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Ycombinator
The tool is based on an image I found on the internet[0] and was coded using a Node.js server with basic jQuery for the frontend on the Glitch platform[1]
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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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