eMoods Bipolar Mood Tracker 4+

Easy Mood Tracking & Reports

Yottaram LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 3.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases




Your privacy matters! eMoods never stores any of your data in the cloud or connects to any APIs. No data leaves your phone without your explicit action.

eMoods is a mood tracking and charting journal perfect for logging Bipolar I, Bipolar II, Depression, Anxiety, or any general kind of mood tracking!

eMoods allows you to track medication changes so that you can safely make adjustments, titrations or medication tapers with the help of your doctor and learn about what works and what doesn't. These insights can be used for titrating up to a new medication or for assistance in coming off a medication.

eMoods allows you to send a monthly PDF report to your doctor


Managing your mood just became easier and more effective! eMoods is a private and easy to use mood tracker and diary for journaling, logging, graphing, reporting, and managing symptoms related to Bipolar/Manic Depression, Depression, Anxiety, and other mood disorders. Start tracking, notice your triggers, and take control of your mood and other symptoms!

~~~ FEATURES ~~~

eMoods is a free mood tracker app that lets you:
- Easily chart your daily highs and lows, sleep, medications, and other symptoms related to common mood disorders like Bipolar/Manic Depressive illness, Depression, and Anxiety.
- Email a printable PDF report at the end of each month to your doctor or therapist to help you identify triggers or other events that could lead to an episode or relapse.
- View in-app graphs and printable charts to track trends and visualize your symptoms and triggers in between appointments.
- You can add emojis or any other language characters to your medication names and free-form notes which will show up in your reports.


Privacy is extremely important to us. All information you log is stored on your phone/iPad only and never transmitted off of your device without your express permission.


An in-app upgrade is available that allows you to track custom symptoms and store multiple timestamped notes per day. Your data is still completely available in the app and via export if your upgrade expires. Upgrades are auto-renewing subscriptions. Upgrade choices are as follows:
- one month term, In-app purchase title “eMoods Pro Monthly” ($1.99)
- one year term, In-app purchase title “eMoods Pro Yearly ($9.99) terms.
Both options can be canceled at any time.

• 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
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable

The app's terms of use can be found here: https://emoodtracker.com/emoods-classic-reporting-app-terms-of-use/
The app's privacy policy can be found here:

What’s New

Version 1.3.24

- Fixes bug displaying today

Previous version:
- Patron benefits update
- Fixes Dropbox integration
- Adds Dark Mode to lock screen
- Optionally secure exported PDFs with a password
- Minor security and privacy improvements
- Optional moon phase tracking
- Menstrual cycle indicator on calendar
- Patient safety plan
- Fix issue with large backup files
- Medication change indicator - view details on graph about days on which medication dosing changes were made to help learn from medication adjustments, titrations, or tapers you make with your doctor.
- Colorblind theme
- Year overview graphs
- Dark mode support
- Minor stability/bug fixes
- Custom app icons

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.7K Ratings

3.7K Ratings

LeemurBoi ,

Best Tracker I’ve Found

This tracker has been so helpful to me over the past month since getting it. I’m currently having a hypomanic episode, and the app helped me to see it coming and have a better idea of what caused it/what my warning signs are. There’s enough content in the free version that you don’t need to subscribe unless you wanna add your own symptom tracking points or set a password for the app. And even then, the subscription is only $1.99 for a month and $9.99 for a year. And if you don’t want to/don’t have the money for that, you can just use the notes function at the bottom of the tracker to jot down anything. I’m using it to track how I feel during this episode, and I also used it to note a couple warning signs I saw as the episode started. It’s so helpful. It’s the perfect amount of functional and simple. You can use it just fine without paying anything, and even then the subscription is so affordable. Thank you so much to the devs for creating this and making it functional without requiring payment. When I’m not completely broke I will definitely be subscribing.

Malachi Brinks ,

Malachi Brinks’ App Review

This mood monitoring app is very impressive in multiple ways. This app provides you with a list of questions pertaining to your self and your mood (number of hours of sleep, level of anxiety, todays weight, and etc. This app also graphs your responses and allows you to grasp a full picture of the qualities that relate to your mood. This is very important because in my Psych 250 class we did an assignment where we had to record our mood and physical activity however, with this app it provides me with more variables that explain my mood which gives me more information to ensure that I have positive moods. This relates to my class material because it explain all of the different variables that measure or influence moods. Many of the variables explained on this app relate to the variables that were discussed in my Psych 250 classroom. These variables include anxiety levels, physical activity, hours slept, weight. And etc. This app can be very important as it can help people to understand what influences their mood and how to ensure positive moods.

k_ter ,

Best I’ve Come Across

Every other mood tracker is unsuccessful at meeting my basic criteria - I can put in my own data points that translate to a graph (or yes/no, or scale - which all have visuals as well). It’s clear visuals that make a bar graph, point graph or tracked points and all of them line up based on date. You can look at last 30 days, this month or the calendar. This flexibility around adding my own data and translating it into an effective visual is great. I’m surprised this app is the only one that’s successfully done it effectively (in my mind, I’m like it shouldn’t be that hard!!).

Easy and enjoyable, well designed for bipolar (still great for just depression)

To customize tracking points you pay 99 cents a month, but it’s well made so I don’t mind paying it (and I’m not one to pay for apps)

App Privacy

The developer, Yottaram LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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