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Moodpath is a leading monitoring and self-management app for mental health disorders like depression, anxiety and eating disorders.


- A dynamic monitoring recognizes symptoms of mental disorders

- Receive personalized recommendations based on your answers

- Helpful insights and statistics help you to detect patterns and triggers

- Optionally, you can connect Apple Health data to receive insights about the connection between mood and your physical activity

- Psychological courses and mindfulness exercises can help you with mild and moderate symptoms


The app was developed with psychotherapists and scientists and is a risk class I medical device according to the Medical Device Directive (MDD). Moodpath can be used by anyone - whether as support in the context of regular psychotherapy or as free and anonymous help.

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What’s New

Version 3.7.0

This update includes some invisible but important stability and security improvements and fixes some minor bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
25.9K Ratings

25.9K 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❤️❤️

Katièéëėē ,

Beautiful App!

I’ve struggled with Bipolar 2 disorder which I only recently was diagnosed with. Therefore, I’m still trying to understand my experiences and my condition. My psychiatrist encouraged me to keep a “mood” journal, and referred me to this app. All I can say, is thank you Moodpath. You’ve helped me immensely in terms of keeping track of my thoughts, emotions, feelings, and everything in between. I highly recommend using this app to keep track of your emotions and daily experiences. The app even offers some “courses” and tools to help with different coping strategies (which I have yet to try), but the fact that the option is available makes the app that much more worth a try. Although some of the courses aren’t free to utilize, I anticipate myself signing up for Moodpath Plus for those extra features soon. I wish more people know about this company, because the creators seem to really care about people struggling with any kind of psychological problems. And even if you don’t, it’s still interesting to see how in depth Moodpath assesses your everyday experiences! Again, thank you so much for helping me map out and organize what I’m feeling every day.

umsup136 ,

Good for the most part

I’ve been using this app for around 2 weeks and waited to write a review until I got the first result. This app works good as a mood tracker and the idea of repeated assessments every few weeks is a good idea, because your emotional state changes from time to time. I also like the feature where you can write down your thoughts after you answer your daily set of questions. The only things I would say is I wish the questions were less repetitive and generic... like they were basic depression/anxiety questions and depression/anxiety manifests itself in a variety of ways in different people & a lot of the questions repeated themselves over-and-over again and only sometimes id get a different question. Also on questions instead of just yes and no there should be a “Not applicable” option as well... for instance I’m young and there were questions such as “do you have a deceased sex drive?” And I’m not sexually active so it’s non applicable to me, but that wasn’t an option. Lastly I wish the results of the assessment took into account the severity of the symptoms themselves instead of just the number of symptoms. I feel like you can have a lot of depression symptoms but they might not be that severe or you can 1 or 2 and those happen to be bad symptoms, yet it would tell you your depression is mild if that makes sense. But overall I think this app is good.


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22.7 MB

Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


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Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
In-App Purchases
  1. Monthly access 7 days trial $7.49
  2. Moodpath Plus $47.99
  3. Moodpath Plus $24.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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