Today is my 100th consecutive day of logging in. Honestly, I can’t praise Daylio enough. It’s a game changer when it comes to taking charge of your mental health. It’s a very elegant program, the UI is clean and intuitive, and it is so customisable that it really feels like I’ve made it my own. I love that it keeps track of consistencies and pairings so I can better know myself. I can’t believe this, but I now see the pattern that feeling my happiest is often correlated with my getting less sleep! Crazy! It feels so good to have data. Daylio is really amazing, I can’t recommend it enough. Here we provide Daylio – Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker V 1.10.3 for Android 4.0++ Daylio enables you to keep a private diary without having to type a single line. Try this beautifully designed micro-diary app right now for FREE!
Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add notes and keep an old school diary. Daylio is collecting recorded moods and activities in the statistics and calendar. This format will help you to understand your habits better. Keep track of your activities and create patterns to become more productive!
You can review all entries in the statistics on charts or the calendar and share them with your friends.
To make it even better Daylio allows you:
★ Use a big database of attractive icons for your personalized activities
★ Explore interesting statistics about your moods and activities on monthly or yearly charts
★ Share statistics with your friends
★ Customize the names of moods
★ Safely backup and restore your entries via your private Google Drive
★ Set reminders and never forget to create a memory
★ Turn on PIN lock and keep your entries safe
★ Export CSV document to print your entries
We treasure your privacy. Daylio does not store any of your personal data. They are fully under your control.
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I've been looking for a mood tracker app to help me in recovery, and this is one of the quickest and easiest ones I've found. When I catch myself I can log in and track it and add a few notes. I also set timers because I know morning are usually tougher. The graphs are really helpful for noticing trends. I use this along with another app to track daily routines and sleep as well as a list of emotions to choose from so I can see how I fluctuate. I would love to see that implemented in future releases, but this app is perfect for what I'm using it for