iPhone diary and journal apps help you organize your thoughts and keep them safe from curious hands and eyes. There are a lot of apps nowadays you can download from the AppStore. Let’s check what journal app is the best for you. Here are top 5 diary apps you can use on your iPhone.
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Evernote is a multi-tasking diary. It supports adding to-do lists of different formats, photos and other media. Here you can create numerous notebooks and share them with friends. Add pictures and photos to your diary and make it look like a paper one. Great news that it is a cross-platform app and what is written on iOS can be read and edited on Windows, Mac or Android.
Evernote organizes your everyday life with its tag support. Set tags like work, study, party, to-do, memories, etc. Later, you can easily find the necessary post by clicking/tapping the tag or by creating a shortcut.
All in all, Evernote is perfect for both business diary and personal one.
Day One Diary
Day One is a daily journal app for taking notes. You may create up to 10 diaries with different color and themes and add up to ten pics to each entry. It’s great for carrying your thoughts and ideas and trace the development of your mind through time.
Every entry is accompanied by weather data, geo-location, tags and time, which can be easily altered. The app allows you to lock the entries with a Touch ID passcode. Besides, if you want, you can export your diaries in PDF and back up them on your PC or a flash drive.
Unfortunately, this app isn’t free and it will cost you $4.99. But if you are ready to purchase, you won’t get disappointed.
Moment Diary Tale
Moment Diary Tale is one of the best writing apps for girls. It is pink, romantic and easy to use. There are not many interesting options for writing and… writing! All the notes are for private use and won’t be published elsewhere, unless you do it yourself.
The app counts the number of words you employ, shows the entry calendar, and lets you add numerous photos to posts. You can export your notes to your email, back up and restore them from your PC or Mac. Of course, a 4-digit-password protection is available. Please don’t forget your password, otherwise you have to try all possible combinations until you hit it.
Moment Diary Tale is unbelievably useful and adorable for a teenager girl who likes writing everything down.
Five Minute Journal
The Five Minute Journal is the simplest and most effective way to capture your life moments in 5 minutes. It has a plain intuitive interface. The app lets you take short notes to save your thoughts and feelings about a particular life moment. You can add password protection, pics and date to your entries. To find an old post, simply swipe right or tap on a specific date in the calendar. Set Five Minute Journal to send you daily reminders, so you won’t miss a day of journaling.
If you are bored or need some inspiration, take part in daily quotes and weekly challenges and share your results on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. One more great option allows you to easily export all your writings to PDF, Dropbox, and so on.
Grid Diary is a completely new way of journal writing. It’s a well-designed app with intuitive interface. All the posts come in grid format what is pretty unusual for an app of a kind. Naturally, you can add pics to your articles and select a personalized template. What is great, the app provides a full-text search thus it’ll be very easy to find an old post. The free version lets you backup and restore the entries within the app. While in the paid version you can export your posts to Dropbox and Evernote. Unfortunately, password protection is available in the paid version.
To cut a long story short, Grid Diary is a nice personal journal app that will be perfect for those who want to have something simple and stylish.
And now, do you keep a diary? What app do you prefer?