Day One Journal App Review | all features, pricing and opinions

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Today, we’ll be exploring Day One. Day One is one the best journal applications out there for iOS and Mac. Don’t worry Androiders, they are working on a Day One Android App.

Day One provides you with an easy way to add journal entries and track your daily activities, Inc. Weather, progress, emotions and much more.


Features of Day One App include:
▶ Text Journal Entries
▶ Add images to dates
▶ End-to-end encryption
▶ Timeline, Photos and Calendar view
▶ Lots of modifications in settings

They are adding lots more features soon too!

Day One has a premium experience which I wanted to share about. This has recently changed from the one-off fee for the iOS and Mac apps.


Hope you enjoyed this overview of Day Oned!


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AM Wausau says:

Like I need another app like this. Workflowy, the best productivity program in the world, is my primary todolist, calendar, idea and journaling program. This however looks cool, and thank you. Someday I really wish you checked out Workflowy and realized how powerful this swiss army knife is

Sparkk TV says:

I actually moved on to Dyrii. I think it works better than Day One and the new Subscription pricing for Day One is awful. Dyrii is just $9.99 a year. I learned about it on macrumors forums, the developer posts there. And you can import/export from Day One into Dyrii so you don’t lose anything.

John Cattermole says:

Are you fine with sharing private data like your address?

Mikey Kuplevatsky says:

Awesome video! I prefer Journey, though.

Richard Burton says:

Love Day One. Kept a paper journal for 35 years. Day One is now my journal of choice. Premium option is new. I am on Plus plan (paid) which gives you sync and up to 10 journals (I have one that automatically logs any YouTube videos I favourite!) and (I think) 10 photos per day. Only fault is that there’s no Windows client. That might be eased by the upcoming browser version.

Francesco D'Alessio says:

Do you spend time journaling? If so, what app do you use? Day One or another?
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Witten H. says:

You may have exposed your address inadvertently.

Andrew Mutavdzija says:

Check out Dyrii for a cool alternative to Day One (as well as a killer import from Day One feature!).

CMYK says:

Re upload this without your address.

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