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Smart Journal Top 5 Applications
I' ve done some research to see what has happened in the magazine scene to keep this piece up to date. There are no new applications and I think the two top applications should be Journey and Day One. And Journey has also received great upgrades and extended its offerings to Windows, Mac and iPhone as well as Android and Chrome via an expansion.
Android is now supported by Day One and has started to include some restricted clouds that allow you to synchronize and display your information, even if only for the moment. When I started searching for "smart journal" applications in 2012, I was writing this article for The Next Web. On the other hand, I regarded a MindManager app as one that offers the following features:
After reviewing my initial contribution, I looked to see if I could find new applications and applications. Here is a shortlist of new applications along with some from my initial contribution that include all the above and more. When you need a good excuse or source of motivation to keep a diary, look no further than this great article on "Why keeping a Daily Journal Could Chance Your Life".
It is a very stylish app with a beautiful interface and a look that is reminiscent of Day One, a pure IOS app (see below). It' packed with many of the same things. It is used to create items from your desk top and synchronized with Google Drive.
When 2017 ends, you can see that they are still making enhancements to the UI and theme and adding many more new functions. Not all the functions of the web browser are available on the designated desk top or portable applications, but it's great to have this as an optional feature, and it's free.
There is a somewhat puzzling price structure with various price plans for the $4.49 app, $14.99 subscription and $29 subscription. However, the free offer is very extensive and you can try a lot before you decide to install an upgrad.
The app was hailed as the first journal app for ISO. He captivates by his nice desing and his powerful equipment. In order to make an entry on the Mac application, the corresponding Mac application must be purchased. In 2017 Android supported and although the first is not as nice as the iPhone OS it is great to see how much it supports.
Now the new cluster is quite simple and currently only allows to view synchronized files. The $25-year account is also required for accessing our online help. However, this is definitely one of the top applications that deserves to be tested to see if it suits your needs.
Penzu likes me because it puts a lot of focus on getting an overview of your journal posts so far. You do this by using an algorithms that provides earlier entry snipes as a reminder of old ones to help you find topics and suggest new post. It also has a very rugged web application.
Featuring the functionality and versatility of this app, I really liked it when I was writing my first test report. This will be further enhanced and has added in 2017 added supporting for iniOS. I added Momento as an honourable addition because it does not provide any cluster or wallpaper application but is still a great standalone application with many great functions.
So if you only have your portable devices as your only way to save and access your journal, this app is for you. It' still has new functions and the look is beautiful. It integrates with many third-party applications and utilities and imports their activities so you can automatize some of your journal records.
You can also use it to generate personal journal items that are only available in the app. To get started, download the free app and then purchase an in-app to get more.