Connect the dots in your life.
Write your story on the Daygram.
Daygram is a simple diary. Unlike many complex and unwieldy diary apps, Daygram embraces minimalism. It's simple and intuitive interface will allow you to focus on your writing. Get in the habit of writing about your daily events and thoughts.
" Daygram is a great diary tool, encouraging you to keep track of your thoughts using a simple tap-based UI. Not only is it great practice to write every day, but it’s also possible to gain some fascinating insights into your life just by virtue of writing down your thoughts. Recommended." _ Cult of Mac
" You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future." _ Steve Jobs
- How to Use Daygram -
■ Write today's diary
You can write or edit your today's diary if you click the "+" button on the bottom of the main page.
■ Write past diary
Unwritten diaries have dots on them, and by clicking these dots can you write past diaries.
■ Search diary
If you scroll up the main page with your finger, a search browser will show up and you can search your diaries.
■ Delete diary
Swipe to left the diary you want to delete and the delete menu will show up
■ Select Year/Month
You can select "Year" and "Month" on the left button of "+" on the main page and you can select Year/Month.
■ Story view
If you long touch the button right to "+" on the main page, it will change to "story view" where you can see all your diaries.
■ Quick back
If you press the + button on the bottom of the main page for long, it will take you to the timeline page of this month.
■ Preview 1 line/2 lines
You can select 1 line or 2 lines of the preview in the settings.
time stamp: When you write a diary, click the time stamp button and it will mark the current time.
Jotting down your thoughts can be very therapeutic, especially if you do it daily. When you are having a horrible day you can write it down and sometimes just vent saying things to your diary or journal that you can’t say out loud. At the same time, when you are having a wonderful day it is a great feeling to be able to say so and even go back to read about it when the next day is darker. DayGram provides a clean, easy way for you to do this. The DayGram app gives you a way to write down everything you are feeling, every day with an intuitive interface. A journal app should not be complicated and this one makes capturing your thoughts simple. Tap a button to add your entry for the day or edit it to write more. Then you can view your entire timeline of entries, checking previous days, months, or years, if you like _ AppAdvice
Please reach out to Daygram@saltycrackers.net with any issues or suggestions.
Stay tuned, Daygram is getting better!
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Still can be better
This is more practical than conventional paper diaries, just because you can find and access to all your notes in a timeline, place time stamps automatically, and it keeps it very simple. But it would really make it better than using conventional diaries if we could attach images to our entries, maybe voice notes... Those are a big plus that really changes the game and would take conventional diaries users to using this app in my opinion. This is the only app that I’ve used and haven’t deleted it because it’s overcharged, good point for you guys, but the feature of adding pictures or voice notes wouldn’t necessarily ruin your minimalist style and I find that it is actually useful.
There is an elegance to DayGram.
It allows me to have the timeline benefits of a "journal" without running into a plethora of interface distractions. It can be backed up via iCloud and Dropbox.
Journal apps blare with statistics; how many entries, how many today, options to add hash tags, share to social media, add photos. I don't need all that.
With DayGram I get a date stamp, a time stamp option and a blank page, thank you.
DayGram lends to writing minimalism—often a simple snapshot of the day or an event, but longer entries are just fine. In the rare case an image is desired, the option sits innocuously at the bottom right of the page as an almost invisible icon.
The two things DayGram lacks are a "dark mode" for nighttime writing and, at least, a couple more font options. I'd pay to have these options added. The holy grail, personally, would be the option to add a custom font.
In terms of the In-App purchase:
I would point out that almost no one wants "themes" that involve generic stock photography backgrounds. That may have been true 5 or 6 years ago. Now most people prefer to add their own image—if they even want one BEHIND their writing. This strange option is the only place DayGram really goes off the rails of its elegant minimalism.
Good but could be great
Love the simple sleek format. I think having a full picture that connects with the post is better than the limited one available presently. Also, I’d LOVE to have this printed. Is there a way I can do that or a way you could make it possible? I want to track my year of excitement from pregnancy to motherhood and be able to relive it and share it with my family and myself later.
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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.