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There are quite a few journaling apps out there… Many of them are quite nice however journey is one of the few if not the only that sells you a functional product out right. I am eaten alive by subscriptions today. I subscribe to office 365… At least five video streaming services… QuickBooks… Adobe cloud… Apple cloud storage… Apple Music streaming… everyone thinks they can get a little piece of your money. I am moving away from anything that requires subscriptions. Thankfully journey had the foresight to see this getting out of hand. Unfortunately since operating systems are regularly updated and the only profitable app developers can afford to keep their products compatible it is likely we will see useful applications come and go. It is no longer about building an amazing application, it is also about building a standard that allows data and ideas to migrate. The fact that I was able to extract all of my data from one journaling application and import it into this and that I can export it from this and then to something else in the future if need be says a great deal about the development of these kinds of standards. Anyhow this is a great app I use it very often. Well it doesn’t particularly stand out from other comparable products, the business model is superior and journey has my loyalty as long as they put customers first. Death to subscriptions!
I was using another journaling app, but it was cumbersome to use and so I did not keep up with my journaling. My wife showed me the Journal App. It is so much easier to use. I especially like being able to dictate my daily entries. Also, the journal display and search feature makes it very easy to find previous journals that have applicability to today, such as medical notes from the past. I have been using the app for several months now. I still think it is the best journaling app out there. I really enjoy the throwback feature. When I turn on my phone in the morning, the app points out entries from a month ago, a year ago, 2 years ago, etc. It is so enjoyable to relive these memories. I have been using the app for nearly a year now. It is still my go to app for journaling. I have been adding handwritten journals from prior vacations. The coolest feature, in my opinion, is the throwback feature. Every morning I get to relive what happened a month ago, a year ago, two years ago, etc.
The biggest thing this app has over all the other journals I have tried is its ability to easily export everything (including multimedia) to pdf or doc format. There are several journal apps out there that have a few better features - but your data is basically stuck in these apps or can only export in text/pdf without the multimedia. Journey appears to be the best wrt being future-proof, plus being able to export nicely to MS Word makes it a breeze to print your diary as a book if desired. Otherwise - easily syncs with my mac mini, iphone and ipad. Can add several media to each entry. Subscription not needed. Can creat an entry from email. Can view entries by calendar, map or of course by day. Couple of features I would like to see. One can only tag a daily entry - not specific phrases within entries. Would be nice to tag specific phrases as tasks then use the excellent search engine to pull up any tasks. Though I currently Write “Task” and then search. Does not support multiple journals though their help page says they are working on this. Themes are basic - can only change color. Although you can add I think up to 10 photos per entry, the entry will only show one photo and does not allow you to embed the photos within your text. So each entry shows one picture with an icon to tap to see the other pictures followed by your text below. Would be nice to arrange photos and add text near each photo.
This app will work for you to record daily activities, but you have to use tags to separate and sort entries. I would prefer a method of creating notebooks or separate journals instead of using tags, maybe it’s available but I haven’t found it yet. I purchased the upgrade to be able to sync my entries because I use my phone and iPad to make journal entries. I also went with this app for one major reason...no monthly fees...I hate the subscription plans, and regardless of how highly they are rated I refuse to be held hostage to a company on a monthly basis. So thank you Journey. I’m giving it 4 stars because I cannot pick a default location. The app uses a location close to my location, but not my actual location. I can manually pick my correct location but it requires setting each time I make an entry. I would like to pick a default location (this case my home address, not cell tower) for the journal entry. If I spend the time to pick a location, I should have the option to make this my default location. Tags vs notebooks I prefer notebooks to tags as a way of separating journal entries. Example: I write a personal journal, work journal and project journals. I would prefer each in its own notebook rather than included in one journal that requires me to separate and export information based on tags.
A lot can be said for a journal app that is secured with my biometrics, tracks things such as temperature and tags, and has a review panel to look back on the past in a way that feels welcoming to reflect on your life. I like being able to attach my moods to entries and being shown trends on how tags have made me feel. I am rating 4 stars for the fact of as much as I like about the app, there are some features I would desperately like to see added in future updates. Another reviewer mentioned wanting the option to have separate notebooks, and they liked the pay once plan for the premium features, which is an amazing thing compared to other journal apps that charge per month. I agree with this reviewer in these features. Another feature I would like to see is an option to use a ruled style paper with Apple Pencil support on the iPad. Sometimes I would rather have my journal be written in handwriting. It feels more personal to me writing with my own handwriting and reflecting on how my hand might have been shaky, or if I was writing quickly or paying attention to my words. I think the UI in this app is great, and even though other apps out there would give me this feature, I still prefer Journey and it’s existing features, even without the feature I would love to see brought into my journey.
Developed by Two App Studio Pte. Ltd..
Journey - Diary, Journal is ranking in Lifestyle & Productivity
Last update was at Jan 22, 2020and the current version is 2.15.2.
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Journey - Diary, Journal have a 2 376a user reviews.
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