Journal Apps

Narrato takes the work out of journaling, lets you import social streams for safe-keeping

Narrato is a new journaling app for iPhone from the creator of Rivr that takes some of the redundancy out of saving our favorite moments. Outside of being able to create unique private journal entries, Narrato also allows you to import moments from your social streams.

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Now you can export PDFs with Day One journal for iPhone and iPad

Day One for iPhone and iPad, the popular journaling app by Bloom Built, has been updated with the ability to export your journal entries as a PDF that can then be sent to iBooks, Dropbox, your printer, and more.

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Create a time capsule of your life with little memory for iPhone

little memory is a an app that helps you remember the little things in your life by showing you what happened in your life exactly one year, month, or week ago. Every day, you simply make a small entry of what you'd like to remember and once you have enough entries, little memory will show you past memories. It's easy to remember big things, but little memory will help you remember small things like that trip you took to the park with your baby when she thought woods chips were simply amazing.

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Taposé review: Cool collaborative concept, not yet ready for primetime

The Microsoft Courier project was an original take on tablets but never got out of the concept video stage before Steve Ballmer decided to kill it in favor of Windows 8. Undaunted, a couple of developers from Seattle who were fans of the project hooked up with former Courier lead, J. Allard, and raised enough enough money on Kickstarter to create a Courier-like experience on the iPad. Namely, Taposé.

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