Yesterday, I wrote about the importance of journaling and how to start. In the article, I mentioned ways you could start journaling; either through a physical journal or an app. Today I decided to write about a list of journaling apps that I think you should check out. See the list below:
The real magic in Momento lies within the ability to link up your social media accounts, which then populate each day’s entries as you go. All of your updates and posts are fetched and pulled into Momento, so it’s like a digital record of your private and online lives. Momento is free to download and use, but you’ll be limited to three social accounts. You can add three more through in-app purchases, or subscribe to Premium to get unlimited accounts. Premium starts at $3.99 a month.
This lets you create entries with text, photos and video, location, activity, and more. Journey is free to download and use, but you’ll get the most out of the app by becoming a Premium subscriber. This starts at $3.99 a month or $29.99 per year.
Five Minute Journal
Do you have five minutes to spare each day? If so, then grab Five Minute Journal, because that’s all you need. Five Minute Journal has writing prompts and questions that you answer quickly and easily. You can even add photos if you’d like, and there are also daily quotes to help inspire you, as well as weekly challenges.
Day One lets you create multiple journals and color code them for easy organization. All of your entries can be formatted with rich text options, have photos, include activity, location, and even weather data of your location, and more. Day One Journal is free to download, but you have a few limitations on the number of journals you can keep and how many photos you can upload. If you go for a Premium subscription, which starts at $3.99 a month or $34.99 a year, unlocks unlimited journals, up to 30 photos per entry, audio recording, and Dark Mode.
By: Dammy Eneli