Have one single Evernote note for any day. Log your thoughts, notes, records, timestamps, photos, reminders, geotags to the note quickly.
All your notes are stored in the special Evernote notebook chronologically. The note is labelled with the current date automatically. You can have many journals selecting different notebooks.
It’s best for doing your journal, diary, life log in Evernote. You can choose the date to make an entry freely if you miss the day.
App automatically inserts geotags and timestamp. When offline the entries are stored locally until app is online. You can choose prepend or append notes, any date format.
- Separate journals for each notebook.
- Choose any date for entry.
- Take and attach multiple photos per record.
- Quick recent photo.
- Insert checkboxes, bullets.
- Add tags to the note.
- Auto geotagging and auto timestamp.
- TextExpander support.
- Offline record queue.
- Gestures: “Undo” and “Redo” with a two-finger swipe; move cursor with one finger swipe; Close/Open keyboard with one finger swipe.
- Hardware keyboard support.
- Auto-save in case device crash or battery depletion.
-Append/Prepend note modes.
-Option for timestamps, geotags.
-Switching day time.
-Date and time formats.
-Save to camera roll.
-Send Note on home button.
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I was looking for a replacement for vJournal as this app does no longer appear to be updated... DayEntry worked better than anticipated, also it was very easy to configure so that entries keep going in to the same note stack structure created by vJournal in Evernote, only drawback I see from vJournal would seem to be that at the end of a year you will manually need to change default notebook to the next year, whereas vJournal did this automatically, but since this would be a once per year occurrence, I can look past that as a "problem," otherwise nothing but improvements, sleeker interface with more functions, most notably ability to add entries to past dates without having to go into Evernote and manually do so in case a day is missed or you think of something applying to a previous day... I think you can also do this for future
dates, although I don't see the point when it comes to entries for a historical journal app... please try to keep this app updated, good job!
PLEASE FIX EVERYTHING FOR IOS 11/12 for iPad. It’s pretty broken right now and needs an update: I can’t even access the settings now with an external keyboard.
This app allows you to micro-journal to Evernote. You get one Evernote note per day, and DayEntry keeps appending to that with timestamps (and location links) until the day is over. You can even set the flip time (e.g., 3am).
This app is absolutely awesome and ends my years-long struggle with journal apps. I trust Evernote to not go out of business and this DayEntry app to do its small (but awesome) part: micro-journal entries. Allows for photos from your library, camera, and all other normal stuff. And if you want to get more serious, you could also just flip to Evernote. You can even edit the journal entry in Evernote and DayEntry will keep appending properly.
Also it does landscape and portrait, even on iPhone (whew!).
Wish it did Slide-over and side-by-side, but that's fine.
Thanks for making this great app. I just bought the bundle and am looking forward to checking out the other two.
Perfect for diary entries into Evernote
I have used several Evernote related apps for making daily entries, but DayEntry gives me the most flexible and dependable way to keep track of daily events...especially those that I might want to check later, like when I did jury duty, ordered something on EBay, etc. Another great feature is the ability to send a note to any notebook in Evernote...that and photos to embellish an entry, i.e., something I want to buy.
In short DayEntry is perfect for daily notes sent to EverNote.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.