Day One 3.0 for Mac

A simple journaling app for mac

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#5 Product of the DayFebruary 25, 2019

From once-in-a-lifetime events to everyday moments, Day One’s elegant interface makes journaling about your life a simple pleasure. Capture life as you live it.

**App of the Year and Apple Design Award winner**

Reviews
  • Yan Sidyakin
    Yan SidyakiniOS developer, AI enthusiast
    Pros: 

    - Beautiful design and intuitive navigation. - Convenient formatting with an option to clear all effects (!). - Custom font.

    Cons: 

    - Couldn't readily find shortcuts, only discovered them buried in settings.

    I didn't like your iOS app initially, but now that I've seen a Mac version, Day One is very appealing! If I install a journaling habit in the future, I'll be using this. Also, for me a yearly calendar view would be useful, where you can scroll up and down through months.

    Yan Sidyakin has used this product for one day.
  • Joshua Howland
    Joshua HowlandProduct - Lambda Labs (YC S17)
    Pros: 

    Amazing design, and one that brings me back to journaling over and over.

    Cons: 

    I can't think of a con.

    The newest editor is so slick. I love inline markdown being changed to rich text on the spot.

    Joshua Howland has used this product for one year.
Discussion
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Chris Messina
Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · Product designer & entrepreneur
Six months ago, Day One 3.0 for iOS was launched — so it's exciting to see the Mac app also get a matching update focused on speed, performance, and long-term maintainability, as well as some enhancements: - New: Single-entry window - New: Editor selection and text formatting menus
Tom
Tom@hellotom · Web Gardner
Great to see macOS update. Cons: dual pane of list and entries are somewhat distracting. Please add option to show list in single view.
Charles Han
Charles HanPro@charleshancom · Founder of TinyFollow
Day One is one of the few apps that I pay for. I tried Journey, Evernote, Dropbox Paper, Typora, and Google docs + Google Calendar for journaling. What made Day One stand out was the photos and the calendar views. If you don't need those, you can get by with other solutions but they really make a difference. As you long as they don't make breaking changes, I'll be a lifetime customer 😎 (Recently, they made a breaking change with Android where we aren't able to edit anymore)
Yusuf Umac
Yusuf Umac@yusuf_umac
@charleshancom I would add voice notes to your list. It is very convenient to add audio into your editor
Paul Mayne
Paul MayneMaker@paulmayne · Designer, Day One
Thanks for the Hunt! This has been a major focus for our team and there's a lot more we've got planned to further improve, and enhance.
Carlos Branco
Carlos Branco@carlos_branco · 12 different projects in 2019
Love the design :) good work