The Bullet Journal Companion is your guide to the analog system that's taking the world by storm. Designed to work in parallel with your paper notebook, the BuJoCo will help those new to the system get started and serve as a handy addition for the pros.
• The Log - Capture Tasks, Events, and Notes.
• Library - Tag and search all your notebooks.
• Guide - Learn the how to Bullet Journal®.
• Reflection tracker - Help form the powerful habit of review.
• Articles - Get inspired by the global community.
• Monthly prompts - Make sure you're prepared each month.
• Community driven development - we build what you want.
• Designed by Ryder Carroll, creator of the Bullet Journal® system.
This app is NOT designed to replace your notebook. It is a companion FOR your notebook.
Fixed the bug preventing articles from being downloaded.
Ratings and Reviews
Love the simplicity. Definitely a companion.
I really love the app!!! I love anything having to do with minimalism. I see a lot of people mad at the fact there's a lot of the same info from the site here. Don't get me wrong I agree. But the main thing for me is being able to use the log. Especially at work where I'm not able to have my journal all the time. I simply place in there what I need and migrate it on my last reflection. I think a lot of people want it to be more (digital journal maybe?) and it's not supposed to be that. It's called a companion for a reason. It's not supposed to replace your journal but compliment it. We should be able to to go to the next line whenever we want when typing notes. Especially for lists.
Nice, but the long loading Animation every time!...
Whenever you want to log with this app away from your bullet journal, you'll have to wait for all the categories to slowly fade in from top to bottom which might be pretty but is hardly productive and efficient; for some reason the log is the last category instead of the first! So, you'll be waiting the longest if you want to do any logging! This... is very poor design, and makes the app cumbersome and frustrating to use even as just a 'companion'. Other than that, it's okay. It's pretty, minimalistic, smooth, and does what it's advertised to do. Is it worth the price tag though?.... It might be for you, but I'd warn you to investigate this app's flaws first before taking the plunge if you don't want to be immediately disappointed what feels like... a free very basic app designed to get you to buy official bullet journals (that's all the store category is for...).
Like it, but wish it had more logging ability
I’ve been using the general Bullet Journal system for over a year, and it’s been very effective for me. I hoped the logging function of this app would be more practical, which would have allowed me to consolidate my digital note-taking needs (which mostly revolve around bullet journal related stuff) into one app. The app doesn’t even let you copy/paste (from or to), and theres no convenient way to import or export anything.
Up to this point, that hasn’t happened, which is okay — I get that it’s not really a full-fledged note app, but I’d be willing to pay for an app that blends what’s in this app with the expanded note functions of other apps. That said, without more of that kind of functionality, I don’t really need yet another app on my phone taking as much space as this one does without doing much of anything.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.