Things I love: How easy it is to navigate, how current it feels, how cute the notifications are to update your mood. Things I think could be improved: I would love a way to convert the charts into a pdf or word form and export them for my therapist. Not sure if you can already do that and I'm missing it but I've scoured the app with no luck (I even subscribed). Also, on my Galaxy S4 (I know, ancient at this point) there are no scroll bars in the text boxes so you can't go back and edit longer posts.
Paid for it TL;DR: So I like it enough to have bought it. The app is .. Nearly perfect. It lets you log multiple moods per day (good), it lets you log simple moods with pictures (good). But. The pictures put me off. They aren't "telling" me enough. And reviewing entries can only be done by the Friends List? And time stamps are only "X days ago" style, not "hh:mm on mm/dd/yyyy"
Hands down the best I've seen This app addresses all of the deficiencies that I found with other mood tracking apps. Most importantly, this app tracks emotional state and energy level as separate variables. Also, in addition to allowing for recording multiple entries per day, this is the only app I tested out of nearly two dozen that allows multiple, up to 5 reminder prompts per day. Instead of having to schedule these prompts you simply select 1-5 prompts per day and the app distributes them evenly throughout your day.
Very simple mood diary. Highly recommended. So far so good. I've tried other mood journals, but they are too complicated because most of the time I don't feel like writing. With this app I can just slide the scale to record my mood instead of lots of typing. My suggestion for this app is the default privacy setting. I think mood diary should be private by default.
I paid for it, and if it were just a dollar once it would be well worth it. Overall it's a good app, and I like the idea of tracking energy too. It's just hard to get a lot of meaningful data out of it besides the graph you have to pay for. I also am of the opinion that emotional state has more dimensions than just good or bad.
Looking good so far This is a good app and on of the few that I have found that actually tracks energy as well. It's easy to use, and it's simple enough to start using straight away. I would like to see them add more in terms of mood (anger/irritability is something I note with my bipolar tracking). Overall, definitely one of the best mood trackers I have tried.
Version 1.1.9 release notes:
- widget added
Version 1.1.8 release notes:
- advice section available now
- notifications frequency settings
Version 1.1.7 release notes:
- subscription price decreased
- minor bug fixes
Version 1.1.6 release notes:
- increased number of supported devices
- fixed wrong photo rotation bug
Version 1.1.5 release notes:
- tablets support
Version 1.1.2 release notes:
- new push settings
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