Be more productive and happier by tracking the happy hormones of your brain: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin, and endorphins.

1) Finish any activity
2) Add it to Happy Brain by pressing the "Brain" icon
3) Track your Habits, Moods, and Happiness levels

Our brain is wired to reward us with happiness chemicals for every activity which our brain thinks is important for our survival. We have studied the neuroscience of these hormones and figured out how to measure and stimulate them.

The key to a happy lifestyle is in the right balance of your happy hormones: dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin & endorphins.

Stop Suffering

Some of your daily activities give you short term pleasure but make suffer afterward. That's what Buddha called the path of suffering. Eliminate such bad habits by adding and tracking them in the app.

Become Healthier

The more you focus your attention on the activities that bring you long term pleasure, the better you feel and the healthier you become.

Learn Lessons

When you add an activity and analyze it in the notes, try sharing a lesson with your future self by formulating a simple positive affirmation. To create such an affirmation put it in the Curly Brackets in the Notes section of any Activity. Example: {I am brave to share my feelings with the family and colleagues}


The app stores the information on your device only. Nobody will see anything you note unless you send them a screenshot.


Allow the app access to your photos to automatically fill your daily activities with photos you made while doing them.


Watch the video tutorial with some tips from our founder here:


You are welcome to send any feedback to

What’s New

Version 1.6

Happiness Formula Updated. Now It's easier to fill the bars.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
229 Ratings

229 Ratings

thisoneisalreadyraken8 ,

Information pertaining to the description of your app


I attempted to first email you via your website, I was unable to do so.

From the description of your app, I may be interested in trying this.

It’s not my intent to appear pretentious however, I wanted to comment on the following:

Under the section “Stop Suffering”

“Some of your daily activities give you short term pleasure but make suffer afterwards.”

Should the word “make“ be “may” or some other word?

It seems that you’re relatively a new developer and I felt compelled to inform you of the previous information. I apologize if this offends you in any way. But, if this app can help people, I believe it would be unfortunate if people do not try this app because of a grammatical error.

(World Press states the importance of good grammar. Correct grammar will give the reader more confidence in the person (or the company) communicating with them. ... Spelling errors and grammatical mistakes may also change the meaning of your message, which might result in misinformation. Poor grammar suggests to readers that you lack. professionalism, and they may choose not to trust you as an unprofessional source. Moreover, poor grammar may imply that you don't respect your audience enough to get things right.)


Inspiringbyexample ,

This is going to help save my life!

Mindfulness is incredibly challenging when you mix DID with cPTSD; I live in slices of time AND have executive dysfunction. This app circumvents both using the superpower of the other. I need this on a smart watch.

Halvini ,

Life saver

By simply noting what I’ve done today instead of making bunch of plans for the future, I managed to cope with anxiety!

App Privacy

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

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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