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Lifecraft is the first digital life coach. A good sculptor can look at a stone and see the figure within. In the same way, Lifecraft can help you discover the person you want to become. The magic starts with Lifecraft’s exclusive system:

1. COMPASS
Lifecraft sends you messages every day that inspire, motivate and teach.

2. CHALLENGES*
Lifecraft includes a growing library of challenges that will help improve all areas of your life and boost your confidence.

3. EMOTIONS
Improve your emotional intelligence by capturing your emotions as they happen.

4. JOURNAL
Journaling is one of the most effective mindfulness tools of all time. Daily reflection will help you take charge of your life and live more deliberately.

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iCLOUD SYNC*
Lifecraft Pro uses iCloud to sync, which is both secure and reliable. Your Compass messages, challenges, emotion log, and journal entries are automatically synced to all of your iPhones, iPads and Macs.

ENCRYPTION
Your information is always encrypted whether it’s stored on your device, in the cloud, or on its way to the cloud. No-one (including us) can access your information.

FONTS, COLORS, THEMES
Lifecraft doesn’t use special text editing modes or obscure formatting codes. Instead, you get familiar font tools, even on iPhone/iPad. Journal at night using the “easy on the eyes” dark theme or the vintage “Hemingway” theme.

UNLIMITED JOURNALS, PHOTOS, MOVIES*
Create as many journals as you like, including sub-journals. Attach any number of photos and videos to your journal entries. (Free version allows one journal and one photo/video per entry).

WEATHER*
See the hourly weather forecast for 48 hours or daily forecasts for the next week. Weather is automatically recorded for all of your journal entries.

IMPORT/EXPORT
Lifecraft for Mac includes multiple import/export options (Day One, JSON, text). Your data belongs to you.

OTHER
• Password lock (including Touch/Face ID) on iPhone, iPad, and Mac*
• Journal entry templates and tags
• Insert calendar events into your journal entries
• Supports 72 primary & secondary emotions (emotion names can be edited)
• All main views include calendars for easy navigation
• Mac version includes menu bar “Quick Entry” window

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*Lifecraft is free to download and use. For most people, the free version is all you need! For you power users, we also offer Lifecraft Pro which unlocks a few features and supercharges a few others:

• Challenges
• iCloud Syncing
• Journal writing prompts, jokes, tags
• Unlimited journals, photos, videos
• Password lock
• Weather

Lifecraft Pro has a side-benefit: it allows us to keep improving Lifecraft and delivering high quality content!

A single in-app subscription enables Lifecraft Pro on ALL of your devices. Lifecraft Pro is currently on sale!

• $1.49 monthly (includes one week free trial)
• $14.99 annually (includes one month free trial) - this is the cheapest option

Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.

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Lifecraft is lovingly crafted by a small, dedicated team. The reviews you write make a huge difference. Thank you!

We love talking about Lifecraft. You can reach us online at:
https://support.lifecraft.com

Privacy Policy: https://support.lifecraft.com/hc/en-us/articles/115008058028
Terms of Use: https://support.lifecraft.com/hc/en-us/articles/115007907127
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What’s New

Version 2.3.0

• New! Compass Library view.
• Browse ALL past Compass messages and search by topic.
• Timer/stopwatch improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

jadorexglam ,

Great but could improve

I caved in and got the 30 day free trial so I can have full access to the premium journal. I love it. The prompts are great because sometimes I don't know what to reflect on or write. I do wish that it would give actual writing prompts (like story ideas, etc) because I'm a writer and have a bad case of writers block. Another thing I wish this app had was the ability to resize images. Along with images, some of the pictures I added got discolored when I opened the journal/entry the following day. Disappointed in that but hoping there's a cool new update coming up that will adress these issues!

themonocle ,

Much Better Than Day One

I have been journaling electronically since before the first iPad arrived on the scence. My “goto" program for years was Day One (Classic Version). I loved the intuitive interface. When the update came out for the 2nd version of Day One, I was completely disappointed with the changes. I spent more time trying to figure out how to fix my program than I did writing. It was a constant source of frustration. I moved back to pen and paper. Then, I found this little gem on the app store one evening while I was browsing for a possible replacement program. It works. It works great. It’s reliable, intuitive, and made for journaling. I would happily throw money at the programmers to keep this baby in development. This is a diamond in the raw. I can see tons of possiblities with just a few additions to features. As it stands, it gets the job done in a pleasurable way. Try it.

*Note to development
Don’t make the same mistakes Day One made. Don’t overdevelop. Or develop too fast. Take your time to do it right.

Jenderle7 ,

I was hoping for a Day One replacement but…..

I had high hopes for this upon initial install. It had everything I wanted for a reasonable price (compared to Day One) and video support. Unfortunately all it took was a few minutes of tinkering to dash those hopes. For starters, how is there no context menu or track pad slide support for anything on the MacOS version? The only option to delete an entry is to drag and drop into the trash. Okay, it took me a minute to figure that out but I’ll let it slide. Then, after importing Journals from Day One, I realized I no longer needed some of them. I proceeded to delete those as well. But wait, no drag and drop (the method mentioned above) No context menu? That’s right, you have to highlight the journal and hit delete. Where’s the consistency? I was willing to forgive these minor gripes cause I assumed this was a new app. Nope! It’s been around for almost a year. I mean this is UX 101.

Information

Seller
LIFECRAFT INC.
Size
30.1 MB
Category
Lifestyle
Compatibility

macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2017-2018 Lifecraft Inc.
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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