journaling apps

Best journaling apps for iPhone and iPad: Day One, Momento, Askt, and more!

The best journal and diary apps to help you keep track of you memories, record important events, and collect your thoughts on your iPhone or iPad!

Looking for the best iPhone apps or best iPad apps to journal with? There's something beautiful, almost magically analog about a crumpled old note pad, a key-locked journal, a well worn moleskin, and the ink and graphite that fill their pages. For centuries that's how we recorded our most intimate dreams, our most personal desires, our greatest works, and our most important memories. It's how we've gotten things out of our heads and onto paper so I brains could relax, let go, and move on. But paper doesn't sync. It doesn't back up. It can't be shared over digital networks. It copies and pastes in only the most mechanical definition of the term. And while an iPad or iPhone won't ever replace a real-world diary for those of us who kept them since childhood, they are and will increasingly become the journals of choice for the future. But which journaling apps are the very best?

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#CESLive: Document Your World with Narrative

People are keeping detailed digital records of what they're doing more than ever before - journaling, microblogging, taking photos. But there's a point where doing so can occupy so much of your time that you can't do much else. Narrative takes a different approach by offering a tiny clip-on camera that takes photos continuously throughout the day.

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Ohai update adds new design, location-optional posting

App.net-based journaling app Ohai has been updated to version 1.1, with a refreshed design of iOS 7, new posting options, and more. The new design features better typography, as well as a new emphasis on photos, which are now larger.

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Tag Journal for iOS helps you capture the important moments, complete with Markdown support

Tag Journal is a new journaling app that not only lets you track text thoughts, but photos, voice recordings, and any other kind of memory you'd want. It also supports Markdown and the ability to edit images via Aviary. If you're looking for an all-in-one journaling and note taking app, Tag Journal may just be it.

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Day One journaling app for iOS gets iOS 7 facelift, new features too

Day One, the award-winning journaling software for iPhone and iPad, has been updated to version 1.12. The new release has been redesigned to complement the style of iOS 7 and gains new features and functionality that make it easier to keep track of what you're doing.

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Ohai uses ADN to let you journal all the places you go

Ohai is a new, app.net-based app by former Pocket developer Steve Streza that leverages their infrastructure, like their licensed places database and their file storage API for photos, to let you keep a geo-located journal of all the places you go, things you see, and feelings you have.

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