The most functional journal for macOS lets you keep all your precious memories in one place and even reminds you to write down your experiences every day. Completely without ads or subscription.
• The most feature-rich diary app for macOS, iOS & more
• Write your journal on any device (PC, laptop, tablet, phone, …) using Cloud Sync
• Use your personal cloud space for syncing (OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud, WebDAV)
• Daily notifications remind you to write down your memories
• Use bullet point lists & text formatting
• Attach pictures, drawings, audio recordings, files, tags, people, ratings or locations to your diary entries
• Lock your journal with password, PIN, Face ID or Touch ID
• Automatic integration of your social media activity (Twitter/Instagram/Facebook/…) and your daily step count
• Easy migration of your existing journal from other apps like Day One, Journey, Diarly & many more
• Backup your diary with importing & exporting the database
• Export your diary entries as Word file (.docx), website (.html) or plain text (.txt)
• Perfect travel diary: Revisit your journeys on the world map
• Track your mood with stars & tracker tags
• Flexible: use as gratitude journal, bullet journal or travel journal
• Free to use - better with the Pro Version
• Updated Hungarian translations
• Various small fixes & improvements
Ratings and Reviews
Definitely a strong candidate for Journalling
A capable easy to use app accessible from all Apple devices. If you like it, go for it, as your choice of journalling tool is a very personal one.
However, in my case I am not yet sure. I need to use it for a few weeks in basic mode before finally deciding. Currently I am running a trial of 3 tools in parallel; namely, Diarium, Apple Notes, and OneNote. I have journaled in OneNote for over 5 years, but it may be time to move on as my computing platform is Mac once more.
The integration with apps (paid version) is cool, especially if you forget to do your journal on occasion.
Update: For reasons of continuity, I have decided to stick with OneNote for journaling as I am fully invested in Office 365. Apple Notes suffers from the lack of export capabilty for anything other than creating a pdf a single note at a time. This means you are stuck with a lot of work if you want to migrate your journal to something else.
I would reconsider Diarium as my journal app of choice if there was a tool to import all my OneNote journal pages into it in bulk.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for your review & feedback! Please let me know what app you end up deciding on and what the reasons for your decisions were :)
This is really excellent and I am able to use the app on my Mac, PC and iPhone. The only thing really missing is the ability to have different journals. I was planning switching to Day One but I think this is a more flexible app. Give me multiple journals and it will be perfect.
The best journal experience I've found
For a multiplatform journal with syncing across all devices this is the best experience I've found. Yes, you have to pay for the app on each platform but it still works out better value than a subscription.
The developer is top notch as well. He supports the app and maintains it constantly and listens to feedback.
I've been using this for months now and I will continue to do so for years to come if all goes well.
Data Not Linked to You
The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:
Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More
- Timo P
- 48.4 MB
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later.
English, Arabic, Czech, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Copyright © 2022, T. Partl
- In-App Purchases
- Lifetime Pro version £7.99