How is it okay that I can't access my own data stored invisibly in Google Drive? If the app goes under the info - and the Drive storage - is gone! It would be a great plus to be able to set up a template to copy into a note, e.g. a daily assessment.
Love it. I love everything about the app. However there are a few things that need fine tuning. The Calendar shows when we have creared a journal, but it won't take me to the journal when I click on it. There should be another tab where all the tags are listed. Clicking on them takes you to the particular notes. Great Job till now. Kindly add these things.
I don't know if I like it or hate it! There does not appear to be any help. It locks up without warning. Many of the icons are unintelligible. The settings are minimally useful because I don't know what they do. But other than that, it records text and photos well. It's basically a glorified notepad without the glory. I am open to changing my mind, however
Good journaling app... ...but is missing and needs one crucial feature: the ability to create and edit multiple journals or "books" for different topics. For example - let's say I want to keep a journal for work, but then I want to create a separate one for relationship stuff, and yet another one for my vacation... you can't do that with this. It's unfortunate because otherwise this is well done.
Irritating Location pop up It asks for location permission everytime I put on a new entry. Something is fishy. It should be an option to choose and shouldnt be poped up continously. I wonder why the app makers are so into the location of the user *hmmm* (fix this and I will rate five stars)
WARNING! IF YOU'RE USING DROPBOX TO BACK-UP. Dropbox are making changes to their software from 28th Sept 2017 and Narrate will no longer be supported unless they make modifications to their software. They have notified Narrate developers who have not acknowledged or made necessary changes, to date. Data prior to 28/9/17 will be ok but they recommend you take an external backup of your Dropbox data. Decent help from Dropbox but disappointing support from Narrate for their users...!
Narrate is officially an open source project!
Read my blog post about it here: http://timohty.com/i-just-open-sourced-my-most-popular-android-app/
Narrate' source code is available at https://github.com/timothymiko/narrate-android.
This release contains only minor changes in preparation for open sourcing the project.