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Do you struggle with some of your thoughts and feelings? Are you looking for ways to improve your emotional well-being? Moodpath is your personalized mental health companion. Try it out and find a place to reflect and get information, encouragement, and guidance.


1) Assess your mental health

- Answer daily questions about your emotional and physical well-being
- Get a bi-weekly mental health assessment
- Share your assessment with mental health professionals

2) Track and reflect

- Use Moodpath as your intelligent mood journal
- Have a quick reference of your emotional states throughout the day
- Reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and experiences
- Receive helpful and supportive insights to understand patterns and triggers

3) Improve

- Choose from a large library of audio and written exercises, based on the methods of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Understand the psychology behind your moods
- Improve your sleep
- Reduce brooding
- Learn effective mindfulness techniques
- Acquire skills in self-compassion

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The monthly and annual Moodpath Plus subscription renews automatically unless turned off in Account Settings at least 24h before current period ends. Payment is charged to your iTunes account. Unused portion of the free trial is forfeited after purchase.


Web – https://mymoodpath.com/en/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/moodpathEN/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/moodpathapp
Mail - info@moodpath.de

What’s New

Version 3.1.3

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
13.1K Ratings

13.1K Ratings

Sarayay ,

gave me hope

This app is the best thing ever, no joke. I have so many things going on in my life that could make me sad or happy, and as a very sensitive person, I was very overwhelmed and confused about how it was affecting my mental health. I always thought I was mildly depressed. I took a bunch of online quizzes and they all looked the same but gave me different results. A couple said I was clear, and a couple said I had mild depression. At this point I had no idea what to do or what to think, and I knew I wanted some real answers, pronto. I felt like a psychologist was a lot of money, and all I really wanted to hear was if I’m depressed or not. So, I looked up the app store for help thinking “there’s gotta be an app for this!” And then Moodpath was the first result. I checked it out, great reviews, completely free, so I got it. It’s been about 2 months now, and I’m in love. The 15-day results are a great schedule, and there is a reasonable amount of notifications, 3 times a day to answer questions describing your mood. I got real results in no time at all, for no charge. This app truly gave me some hope for myself and for others who need it because it’s really amazing and relieving. I think as long as you’re honest and you answer questions 3 times a day, this app will turn out perfect for you. Very pleased with this app and thanks so much to its creators❤️❤️

lilie ava ,

Helping me after experiencing an emotional abuse relationship

This app has helped me tremendously. I wouldn’t take it to diagnose anything severe and would recommend seeing an in person therapist for severe depression or other disorders, (I think it would be hard to pinpoint the symptoms spec) but it’s insightful algorithm asks different questions based on your responses and even provides help for people having suicidal thoughts. It has been a tremendous relief and friend for me during a really tough time in my life. It’s helped me track my emotions, (without any annoying ads or pointless advice) it easily pushes you into being more mindful, and gives simple beautiful and easy to follow videos that are calming and has ultimately inspired and fueled my desire to keep improving myself and find an in-person psychotherapist. I’ve dealt with depression since the age of 15, and I’m on medication. But it’s been really helpful learning to be mindful, and learning more about self growth. I’ve always wanted a good mood tracker and will continue to use this. ♥️ thank you for your help.

Developer Response ,

Dear Lilie, thank you so much for sharing your experiences so openly and honestly! I'm sure people who are in the same situation will feel encouraged and hopeful when they read your words. It's great that you are thinking about seeing an in-person therapist. It's not Moodpath's goal to be a replacement for face-to-face therapy, as the human connection is something very unique that cannot be replaced by algorithms. You can export the results of your 2-week assessment as a PDF file and print it out before an appointment with a therapist. Sometimes, it's easier this way to find the right words for what's wrong or what you've been experiencing lately. If you have any questions or ideas for further improvements for our team, please don't hesitate and reach out via feedback@moodpath.de We wish you all the best for your mental health journey! - Your Moodpath Team

Caffeingirl ,

Time Constraints

After trying several similar, but less thorough and successful apps, I discovered Moodpath. It works great for me and for the most part I’m extremely happy with it. My main issue is the rigidity of the journal time constraints.
I frequently go to bed late and consequently rise late as well. By the time I’m up the morning journal time is over and I get the “you missed your morning questions” message.
Does it really matter if the journaling is done in the morning? For me, at least, I’m just happy to write three times a day and Moodpath helps facilitate that. Getting a “you missed morning, etc., does not. There may be some reason it’s important they be in those actual time periods, but it feels artificial and rigid to me.
Another issue is my phone was misplaced for a couple of days, so Moodpath was not filled in. This message was something along the line of, “your pages or something needed to be reset”. After filling in the pages for a couple months, it was alarming to read. It seemed a bit dire, even though it’s not ideal to skip a few days. I suppose this response makes more sense than my above concern, but for me, I wish there were a Moodpath lite or something similar-I’m being somewhat tongue in cheek, but a little wishful, too.

Developer Response ,

Hey, thank you for reaching out about this. If you feel that the question times consistently don't match your daily schedule, you can try and change the "wake-up time" in the settings. This way, the morning questions will appear a bit later, and so will the other ones. You can play around a bit and see what fits your schedule best. Moodpath will reset a 14-day screening period if it hasn't gotten enough answers from you in this time period, no matter how many questions were filled in before that. This is very important, as depressive episodes can fluctuate a lot and it's important to keep up to date. If some questions are missed, the app will make up for it by adding questions to each question block. However, if more than 50% of the crucial depression symptom questions are missed, the app will stop the current screening and start a new one. We understand that this can be very frustrating, but we chose to keep it this way because the algorithm cannot generate a valid result with a lot of missed data, and we preferred this option to giving people the wrong results. We hope you understand the reasoning behind this. If you ever have other questions or ideas for improvement, please don't hesitate and reach out to us via feedback@moodpath.de - Your Moodpath Team


Aurora Health GmbH
57.2 MB

Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, German

Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
© 2019 Aurora Health GmbH
In-App Purchases
  1. Monthly access 7 days trial $7.49
  2. Moodpath Plus $47.99
  3. Monthly access $4.49


  • Family Sharing

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

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