I want an app (or website) that helps me keep a written journal. I'm not that interested in the things that automatically aggregate my pictures - mostly interested in just written history.
- I never thought I'd enjoy using a digital journal, but after doing some research and weighing all the pros and cons, I decided to give it a try and chose NoteLedge as my digital journal app that I primarily use on my iPad and occasionally my phone. What I really like about using this app is all the customization I get - I can choose different paper styles and pens, and I'm using my Apple pencil for handwritten entries, so the writing experience is fairly similar to an actual paper journal. Occasionally I make sketches as well along with my entries, and I feel like overall this form of journaling allows for more expression in the creative sense of the word. I've also used the app for creating to-do lists and collages and it works fairly well for both of those things. Alltogether, I'm satisfied with the app.I love using NoteLedge for journaling - I usually do an entry in the morning, and in the evening on my MacBook Air. It's easy to work in this app and I find it very enjoyable so far.NoteLedge has been my go-to for a while now for journaling on my Mac. I also occasionally do entries on my phone since all my files are synced and I'm able to work on all my Apple devices. Find this app both practical and fun to use.
- It is probably the best Journal app available for mac.Easy to add entries, locations weather. Also looks amazingI've been using Day One as my journal for nearly 4 years. I make it a point to make an entry every day to log my thoughts, current events in my life, or things I've learned. I like that you can submit photos, tag posts, the iOS versions will log step count and media, and you can sync and backup your data between devices. I can't recommend this app enough. It gets just about everything right.
- I don't know why I just find Evernote so intuitive... you'd think it's just a simple text entry app but there are a few features that I like enough to keep coming back to it over Textedit, Word, or any of the online tools: 1. Syncing across your devices - I like that I can work offline (unlike Google Docs) and the note is automatically synced to the rest of my devices when I get back online. 2. There are a lot of integrations (I use a few via IFTTT) 3. It's really easy to search and sort.Evernote is, for me, one of the most functional tools that let 'record' my ideas - whether it is a piece of prose or a link reference or a title idea or chapters of my book or random audio and visual material - on my cell or on my laptop, always synced, cloud based easy access!