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Day One Alternatives: 7 Best Journal Apps You Can Use

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  1. A simple journal application for the Mac, iPhone, and iPad. AboutTo learn more about Day One, see these two excellent reviews . PublishPublish is not available in Day One 2.

    Suggestions for journalling app or program about about 2 months ago

    Day One Journal Day One has all of these. It does need a subscription for advanced features and syncing.
  2. A diary that keeps your private memories forever.

    I want to write a journal to my future self. Where can I hide... about about 1 month ago

    I used this for a while. I think some of the more advanced features require a subscription, but you can definitely try it and use the basics for free.
  3. Capture 365 Journal is a beautiful and easy to use diary/journal for the Apple iPhone, iPad, Mac and Android.

    Timelined Notes about over 1 year ago

    This doesnt say that it has tagging.
  4. Reminisce Journal is a free iOS and Android app that helps you to capture live moments, daily activities, thoughts, ideas and travel logs, etc.

  5. Bring your life's work together in one digital workspace. Evernote is the place to collect inspirational ideas, write meaningful words, and move your important projects forward.

    Maximizing Productivity on a Study Computer: Which Apps to... about 17 days ago:

    In terms of software or tools, I've found that using a note-taking app like or OneNote can be really helpful for keeping track of information and staying organized. As for time management, I've heard good things about apps like [email protected] and Pomodoro Timer, which can help you stay focused and break up your study sessions into manageable chunks.
  6. The simplest way to get started with keeping a diary

  7. Momento is a unique diary/journal writing app for iPhone & iPod touch, which provides a quick...

    How do I heal my “deep shame” part ? about 2 months ago:

    Also, something that helped me was parts mapping, because when you get hyper-focused on one part sometimes you can miss how it and other parts interact. It's important to remember parts aren't only active at their most extreme. Sometimes adding in extra dimensions can help flesh out these parts. In the same way writing a fact based bio of a character doesn't give you the full scope of their personality. This video...
  8. Multiplatform online diary and mobile app designed to record your activities, experiences, thoughts and ideas. Join now for free and keep your secret diary or diet, travel or life journal securely.

    What app do you use? about about 1 month ago

    In the past I used to use an online app called DIARIOAPP (before they went to more of a subscription model); I also used Microsoft Word before that. More recently I've been trying out Microsoft One Note Journaling with One Note. I have an iPad, an Android cell phone, and a Windows computer--so I prefer a tool that is muli-platform. I've been using Peter Pauper blank books for visual journalling.