Moodtrack Social Diary 12+

Mood Tracking Graph & Journal

Matthew Windwer

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 213 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Graph your moods on the fly. Track as little or as often as you want (mood-swings? no problem!), whenever you want (at home, on the go, and even without Internet!), and look back to see your moods over weeks, months, and years to learn about yourself and live better!

See what others are going through and optionally chat anonymously. Form instant friendships and support networks. Get support when you need it, and give support when you feel like it.

An optional upgrade is available to keep your journal private. Everything else is free.

- Works offline, and syncs when you’re online (must turn on sync)
- Share with a counselor or friend
- Track as often as you want, whenever your want
- Daily reminders (with push notifications enabled)
- View on your computer
- Fingerprint lock (Touch ID devices only)

What’s New

Version 3.3

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

- Due to popular demand, you can now find anyone by username with the new "Search" button on the public feed. Find your friends in real life or ask your counselor or therapist to find you.
- Optimized for iPhone X screen size.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
213 Ratings

213 Ratings

Emmalalita ,

Best mood tracker I've used so far

Yes keeping track of your mood or even a little note of a feeling or flashback in my case; some think it could be easy just to type it into your smartphone's notes. But it's not!
On Moodtrack I can make my 'moods' public or private. State the mood/ feeling add notes if you like then rate it worst to best.
I've had some really supportive comments/ advice left on a couple of my posts - for me having the acknowledgment helps and seeing others that are going through the same thing helps also.

Panthon SA ,

Thank you

It's a little hobby for me and I can use it to just keep track of things and remind me of good times. I really like the offline feature as I often feel the most knowledgeable about my day at 2am ; after my internet turns off. Also it's good if you're traveling or the Internet is bad, which it quite often is here due to conjestion. The best app by far in my opinion because it has no adverts and is nicely laid out so that it isn't overloading, which can be overwhelming to someone, especially if they are not in the best shape emotionally. Although I think there should be an option to choose to have either 5* or 10* rating option, this really has helped me and is played out nicely. Also, a "mark all read" thing would be good for notifications. Thank you so much~ 🌿🗝 EDIT: Two glitches I have found: if you type too much, all the words turn invisible and stuff, and if you scroll the date too far then it goes glitchy. An issue for me bc I write in ALL of diary entries from ever.

MBT97 ,

Used daily for 6 years, a few suggestions

I’ve been using this app for almost 6 years every day. Whilst it’s done the job and I haven’t had any significant trouble with it, I still think there’s room for a few improvements:
1) if there was a search option to find days within which you’ve written that term
2) if when you switch to a private account you get the option to make all your past posts private
3) if there was an option to export (date/mood/rating/comment) as a .csv
4) if we could see a statistical breakdown of moods over a day/week/month/year/all time

App Privacy

The developer, Matthew Windwer, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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