Which one do you carry with you all the time – a mobile or a journal? If it’s your phone that you carry all the time, you would be interested in downloading apps that convert your iPhone into a journal, right? Here are a few apps that do a great job. Choose any one of these and carry your ‘journal’ with you all the time. No need to worry about forgetting things to record and write in you journal anymore!
Momento is one of the best journal applications that you can download. It lets you record those moments in your life that you wish to remember forever. The best feature of this app is that it allows you to archive your data and import it to other platforms.
An interesting option available in Momento is that you can link it with your accounts on popular websites like Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, etc. Even if you do not write anything in the journal, it captures the feeds from these websites and updates them in your app. It actually makes you work easier now, isn’t it?
The Journal is a complete no-nonsense diary application which lets you record and save your entries in a simple way. The interface and design look like a notebook that gives you a feeling that you are working on a journal. This is a small and simple app which doesn’t cost you much (Just $ 0.99). You can set a password to the journal entries to protect your privacy. The theme can be customized if you want to change the look of the interface.
Emailing the journal entries is an easy job with this app too! This basically is the simplest and the fastest journal app that’s available in the market.
If you use this app on an iPad, you’ll know about its wonderful interface and design. Agreed that there are many apps out there for journal and diary-keeping, but nothing beats this app when it comes to its elegant design. Day One has some unique features to boast too! You can upload or export your journal entries to Dropbox.
Synchronization with Dropbox will make sure that your journals can be accessed from anywhere because this service is available on multiple platforms. If you have a Mac, this app can be synced with it to keep a copy of your journals on it. All in all, Day One is a gem of an app which is available for just $ 1.99.
This is an app which helps you to do more than just write entries in your journal. Flava lets you record short memos; something that’s useful when you are travelling, or on the move. You can also add pictures, maintain a scrapbook on favorite places and restaurants, etc. With Flava, you can record voice notes in your journals. The interface is easy to adapt and gives you a platform to write text, upload pictures, add locations, or record something.
Sharing the notes that you create is also simple with this app. With just one touch, you can mail people you wish to share the notes with. This app synchronizes with Dropbox and Evernote too. Individual entries as well as the complete journal can be locked with a password for privacy.
The final app in this feature is Memory Book which is built around memories. The entries are simply called memories and you can add text, pictures, and people to them. Using this app, you can create a diary with pictures on your iPhone. This app also syncs your memories across all your devices and allows you to access them over multiple platforms.
Some of the features of this app include sync, backup, password protection of your notes, etc. The interface is simple and you can customize it as per your needs. This app also supports the landscape view on your iPhone and international languages if you want to write something in other languages.
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About Sashank Nandury
Sashank was an accountant before he woke up on the wrong side of the bed one day and decided that he wanted to be a writer. As a result of which the erstwhile dominant left side of his brain is at constant war with the right – and he deals with both. He's an associate editor for wwwireframe. He believes that penguins have a world domination conspiracy going for them.