Recommended Apps for Personal Journaling

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Daylio is a great journaling app for users that do not consider themselves writers. A journal entry in Daylio captures your moods and activities for the day. There is no required typing unless you want to add supplementary notes. Daylio has a free and paid version and can be downloaded for Apple and Andoid products.

Day One is one of the most highly recommended journaling apps available. It offers a beautiful award-winning design, unlimited text entries and a seamless ability to go back to any past journal entries. Day One has a free and paid version (paid allows for photos and videos to be uploaded). It can be downloaded for Apple and Android products. 

Five-Minute Journal is a great app if you are just beginning your journaling "journey" or, if journaling sounds like too daunting of a task. It provides timed alerts to prompt you when to journal. Start the day with good thoughts and end the day with reflection. This app supports a gratitude habit and self-reflection. Five-Minute Journal has a free and paid version for Apple and Android products.

Journey is a great option for cross-platform capabilities. It integrates well with the other apps mentioned above. It requires you to create a Google account to sign up so it automatically saves all entries in Google. You can then access your entries on any device that has the drive. Journey has a free and paid version for Apple and Android products.