Life Calendar Journal 4+

Your life in weeks

Amr Kafina

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 32 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



"Journaling apps are typically about capturing moments or getting your thoughts down on paper as often as you can. Life Calendar takes a slightly different approach, and instead works as means to memorialize a week at a time." — Lifehacker

"Life Calendar encourages you to look past your schedule and log your thoughts on the past week." — Netted

Life Calendar helps you visualize your life by breaking it down to weeks and displaying it in a grid. Each week is symbolized by a little box, and each box can be color coded. Notes can be added to each week, and with them you can capture any thoughts, dwellings, feelings, or reflections you cherish during that time.


• Your entire life’s weeks, one by one, visualized in a grid.
• Cherish your life by adding a note to every week.
• One note every week, 52 notes every year.
• Define each week with color by choosing from a growing array.
• Take and store snapshots of your entire life, either in weeks or in years.
• Export your notes and save them anywhere by using Life Notebooks.
• Add images and moods to your weeks.
• Store your Life Calendar with accounts and keep it backed up and available across multiple devices.
• Custom reminders make sure you never forget to take a note.
• Use tags to give meanings to your colors
• Lock your app with a 4 digit code

Imagine the perspective you'd get on your life if you keep taking weekly notes for a year or two! Wouldn't that be really helpful?


Pro Upgrade:

For heavy users of Life Calendar, you can optionally upgrade to a Pro account to unlock features like adding an unlimited number of cards per week or adding audio and video notes. Subscriptions are available for $1.99 monthly or $15.99 yearly (the exact price varies by region).

Payment for Pro Upgrades will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, with the amount and cycle depending on whether you selected monthly or yearly billing. You can manage or cancel your auto-renewing subscription in your Apple ID Account Settings any time after purchase.

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You only live your life once, so make sure you cherish it!

What’s New

Version 2.0.4

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Some bug fixes and improvements.

Thanks for your support!

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
32 Ratings

32 Ratings

RudroDeee ,

Great app, can’t change birthdays!

My birthday is stuck as Jan 1, 2000 and I can’t fix it which kind of defeats the purpose of this app

pianoman225 ,

Well-designed and easy to use

I came across Tim Urban’s post “Your Life In Weeks” and immediately started trying to create my own application based off of it, instead of first reading the comments to see if anyone had the same idea and already created one. I came back a week later and read the comments and discovered that this was indeed the case and tried out all the applications that readers already made. I found this to be the most well-designed app out of all them with the most functionality, so I’m sticking with this one.

I love all of the extra features like being able to color-code weeks, select the starting day of each week, and switch to yearly view. However, I did notice that while the minimalistic design is elegant and easy to use, it has a few drawbacks-for example, it’s difficult to go back and find specific events, since it doesn’t display them on the individual boxes and the years don’t actually start in January but on your birthday. I would appreciate a setting that allowed you to set the left side of the grid to start on January 1st, with the far right boxes carrying over to the next years’ first week if necessary for this reason. A search bar that links to the titles of each event would also be nice.

I love this app overall, and it is very useful and motivating!

Developer Response ,

I really appreciate the kind words! Both of your suggestions have already been requested by other users, so these are in the roadmap. I'm toying around the idea of having the calendar start with January, but still not entirely sure how to display it without making it overly complicated for users. Hopefully will figure something out!

SparkY3219 ,

Should’ve looked into it more

When I tried to make a week, it gave me a premium $5 option if I wanted to add anything. I usually don’t buy anything but I thought this would be cool to do so I purchased it. But turns out there’s another subscription on top of the first one. To be able to add audio, video, more than one image, and more than two notes, you have to pay a monthly or yearly subscription. I wish it was more obvious before I bought the $5 premium that it still wouldn’t unlock everything.

App Privacy

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

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