Capture 365 Journal is a beautiful and easy to use diary/journal. You will have complete access to your journals all the time, allowing you capture your thoughts and special moments throughout the day.
- Sync with iCloud, Dropbox or 365 Direct Sync.
- Sync with Capture 365 Journal iOS.
- Shared Syncing with other people.*
- Data encryption for data stored on cloud sync services.
- Location and Weather support.
- Multiple photos and videos.
- Add multiple journal entries each day
- Multiple journal tags per entry.
- Automatically import events and social media posts* to your journals.
- Passcode protection.
- Automated backups.
- Export your journals as email, PDF or RTF by dates and tags.
- Custom font style and sizing.
- Search and view your journals by tags and locations.
- Supports right to left writing direction.
- User customisable templates.
- Rich text support.
- Multiple journal support.
Sync and store your data on cloud services such as iCloud or Dropbox. Alternatively, sync using 365 Direct Sync. 365 Direct Sync will transmit directly to your other devices over your local network.
Keep your journals in sync - no matter if you're on the Mac, iPad or iPhone.
Create, edit, view and sync your journal entries with your family and friends.
Multiple Photos and Videos
Attach multiple photos and videos to each of your journal entries.
Location and Weather
Add a location to your journal entry, so you will always remember where the event took place. Records weather conditions for the location as well.
Automatically import Calendar events and posts from Twitter*, Flickr* and Instagram* into your journal.
*feature requires in-app purchase
Export journals - filtered by date and tags - as a beautifully generated PDF or RTF document, which can be emailed out.
Automated system that handles the data backups for you, which can be stored on iCloud.
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*The 365+ Automation feature includes access to all Feeds. This feature is subscription based. The duration of this subscription is for 1 year (US$3.99). Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period.
Ratings and Reviews
OK for simple use
As a computer consultant I purchased this to evaluate it in comparison to the gold standard journal - Day One. It falls well short of that standard, but is also cheaper.
If you don’t care about syncing to your iPad/iPhone this app will work fine. Neither Dropbox sync nor their proprietary sync works effectively - I tried both over a period of a month. The end result is a huge mess. The peer to peer works periodically, but not well enough to be considered effective. The Dropbox sync just flat out doesn’t work and customer support has never responded to requests for explanation.
As long as you just want to keep a simple journal and are willing to trust your life events to one program, this one is relatively inexpensive. If you want a full-featured journal with an attractive layout and sync that works rapidly and seamlessly, Day One is you answer - assuming that you’re willing to pony up the extra $$. The reason for the 1 star rating is that they shouldn’t advertise features that simply don’t work.
Skip this piece of garbage
I bought this because of the claims on the company’s web site and their iOS version that it supported encrypted synchronization via iCloud. After spending a couple of hours failing to get it to work I emailed the developer who responded the next day that encryption with Mac is a known issue and that they’ll fix it in the future, couldn’t/woudln't give me an estimate of when. Got a refund from apple for this piece of garbage.
I’ve previously used Day One; however, I bought Capture 365 Journal because it offers Dropbox/iCloud syncing and data encryption, which Day One 2 does not. However, upon using Capture 365 Journal, I found that it feels disappointingly amateurish. The app is missing a lot of small, but important polish. For example, if you’ve enabled password protection, and you launch the app, the password box does not have input focus, so you need to click it before you can enter your password. In the settings, if you switch between iCloud and Dropbox cloud services, the app hangs on a “Changing sync service” spinner. There’s a “Data Encryption” checkbox that always seems to be disabled. Below it is an input box for an encryption key—instead of acting like a password field, this input box displays the key you enter in plaintext. It’s also unclear when/how the key is applied (especially considering that the “Data Encryption” checkbox always seems to be disabled). The app seems plagued by these bugs and polish issues.
From a feature perspective, Capture 365 Journal is missing the ability to scroll through all entries across all years. The next/previous arrow functionality is date-based. So, unless you write every day, you wind up scrolling through a lot of empty days. Overall, this app is quite disappointing. I cannot use it as it is, so I feel that I’ve wasted $20.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.