Daylio Journal - Daily Diary 4+

Mood Tracker, Health, Wellness

Relaxio s.r.o.

    • 4.8 • 42.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Self-Care Bullet Journal with Goals - Mood Diary & Happiness Tracker

Daylio enables you to keep a private journal without having to type a single line. Try this beautifully designed & stunningly simple micro-diary app right now for FREE!


Daylio is a very versatile app, and you can turn it in whatever you need to track. Your fitness goal pal. Your mental health coach. Your food log. Your gratitude diary. Mood tracker. Exercise, meditate, eat, and be grateful. Take care of your mental, emotional, and physical health. Good self-care is a key to improved mood and reduced anxiety.

This is the time for your wellbeing, self-improvement, and self-care. Use Daylio as your daily bullet journal. We build it on three principles:

1.) Reach happiness and self-improvement by being mindful of your days.
2.) Validate your hunches. How does your new hobby influence your life?
3.) Form a new habit in an obstacle-free environment—no learning curve. Daylio is super simple to use, create your first entry in two steps.

For anxiety and stress relief, make sure to include activities that help you to cope with negativity. Everybody can use a mood boost! You can measure their impact on your mood in stats.


Pick your mood and add activities you have been doing during the day. You can also add notes and keep an old school diary. Daylio is collecting recorded moods and activities in the statistics and calendar. This format will help you to understand your habits better. Keep track of your activities and create patterns to become more productive!

You can review all entries in the statistics on charts or the calendar and share them with your friends.

To make it even better, Daylio allows you:
- Make reflection a daily habit
- Discover what makes you happy
- Use a big database of beautiful icons for your personalized activities
- Mix and match your own moods using funny emojis
- Explore exciting statistics about your life on weekly, monthly or yearly charts
- Deep dive into advanced statistics for every mood, activity or group
- Customize color themes
- Enjoy nights with dark mode
- See your whole year in 'Year in Pixels'
- Create daily, weekly or monthly goals and motivate yourself
- Build habits and collect achievements
- Share statistics with your friends
- Safely back up and restore your entries via your private Google Drive
- Set reminders and never forget to create a memory
- Turn on PIN lock and keep your diary safe
- Export PDF and CSV documents to share or print your entries


We are a top private journal since we do not store or collect your data.

At Daylio, we believe in transparency and honesty. Your data is stored locally on your phone. You can optionally schedule backups to your private cloud storage or take your backup file with you anywhere. Data are entirely under your control at all times.

Data stored in the app's private directories are not accessible by any other apps or processes. Your backups are transferred to the iCloud Drive via the secure (encrypted) channels.

Journaling has never been easier!

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What’s New

Version 1.55.3

Thanks for using Daylio. We have made several small improvements and fixed a couple of issues. Enjoy the app!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
42.5K Ratings

42.5K Ratings

CatLover1707 ,

Wonderful Mood Tracker

I was looking for a mood tracking app where I could have multiple entries throughout the day, not just one at the end. I use this app to help track my anxiety and how I feel leading up to an anxious period as well as other moods. I love that I can go back and add entries even days later if I forgot. I also love that it’s completely customizable and I can have tons of options. I did end up upgrading to premium to unlock unlimited moods and activities because I find it really beneficial and absolutely worth the around $20 a year. I have an activities folder with ranges for my heart rate so so can track that during an anxiety attack, I have one with different physical symptoms like sweaty, dizzy, etc., and even a folder for methods and techniques I’ve already tried to calm down. I hate having to type out every little thing so being able to just go through and simply pick what applies at the moment is great. The small comment section is great as well if I want to add a small note about something that might be important but not frequent enough for its own button. This app is really fantastic for helping track moods and keeping a record of how I am feeling and when in an easy to use format that’s customizable to every person, even down to the color scheme. I started off simply looking for an app where I could have more than one daily entry but this app goes above and beyond.

Don't Usually Review, but ... ,

Great insight into yourself, simple, useful - Love it!

I have always loved to journal and document both important and mundane days in my life. It’s easy to do with this app, even if you only have a few minutes to check in with yourself to see how you are feeling. All you do is click a few buttons to record what you’ve been doing and how you feel, the app records the time stamp and you’re done! Or if you have more time you can add text too - a little or a lot - I’ve written paragraphs at times.

As someone diagnosed bipolar over 20 years ago, using this app is a great way to track moods (I too am in to the popular “mindfulness” trend, even before it became popular): it allows me to pause throughout the day, take a few minutes to sit quietly, notice how my body feels, see what kind of feelings my thoughts bring up in me, and then record that snapshot. Then, at any time I can look at the app’s simple reports that show a variety of trends in you activities and mood over a given period of time. I may think, “wow, I’ve been down and frustrated a lot lately” and then look over the report for the month and see that I actually had a lot of really positive times too. It helps me focus on the positive and work on training my brain not to go automatically to the negative. With practice, our brains CAN be rewired that way! I’ve done it successfully with a couple different things I wanted to change.

Anyway, try the app. It’s great!

Cre8tv ,

Wonderful yet lacking

I always argue with myself about whether or not to renew my subscription. A few months before the subscription renews, I find myself abandoning the app. I don’t want to renew it because something is lacking. The correlation vs causation element isn’t as evident as I’d like it to be. For example, I have set to have my mood assessed every four hours (during waking hours, of course). I then choose a mood 1-5 and list what I’ve been doing the last four hours. Sometimes it’s shopping, with family, making art, with friends, etc. However, there is no good/bad element to this, so if my mood is bad, soon the app is correlating innocent things like time with family as frequently accompanied by my poor mood. It winds up just being a lot of data that I don’t know what to do with.

I see no way to run experiments. It would be great to be able to automatically integrate data from Apple Health, showing things like HRV and sleep quality that would have an obvious bearing on mood and energy.

So here I sit on the fence again, wondering what the point is. Am I learning anything from recording all of this, or is it just another compulsive activity to do on the phone? How can this make my life better? Something’s lacking here. As basic mood apps go, it’s really the best I’ve found, but then again, I’m not learning anything from the random activities I’ve charted every four hours. Therefore, why pay for another subscription?

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