Morning Pages is a private daily journal that uses Artificial Intelligence to help you unlock your creative mind and improve your mental and emotional wellbeing.

Taking just 5 minutes each day to record your stream of consciousness in the app will help you understand yourself better, and open up parts of your mind you never even knew existed.

Featuring a simple but beautiful ad-free interface, the app will help you develop and maintain a daily writing practice by offering gentle reminders and motivation. You can track your progress over time, earn badges for your achievements along the way, and access deep insights into the emotional and topical content of your writing.

Everything you write is stored securely, and you can create and edit your daily pages seamlessly across multiple devices.

Morning Pages can be used as a mindfulness journal, as a warm-up for writing, or as a way to chart the ebb and flow of your emotions over time.

Beautiful, uncluttered writing interface > stay focused on your writing
AI-powered emotional insights > gain a deeper understanding of yourself
Intelligent reminders > maintain a Morning Pages freewriting practice
Supports multiple devices > write wherever you are, on your iPhone, iPad, or online at
Achievement badges > get motivated to develop a routine
Customisable settings > choose a daily word target that works for you
Password protection > keep your writing private

Basic app usage is - and always will be - free, with extended features unlocked when you subscribe to the Morning Pro plan (5 day free trial included!):
Extended text insights > get to know yourself even better
Morning Cloud > sync your writing across your devices and your browser
Text styles & Dark Mode > find the writing experience that works for you

Life can pass you by if you don’t pay attention to what’s going on around and inside you but, whatever your personal circumstances, Morning Pages can help you connect to your thoughts and feelings, let go of negative emotions, and reveal the rich world within.

Install Morning Pages today and begin a beautiful relationship with the most important person in the world: you.


Morning Pages offers two auto-renewing subscription options:
$2.99 per month
$29.99 per year (that's a 15% saving!)

These prices are for United States customers. Pricing in other countries may vary, and actual charges may be converted to your local currency depending on the country of residence.

The subscription will automatically renew unless turned off in your iTunes Account Settings at least 24 hours before the current period ends. You can go to your iTunes Account settings to manage your subscription and turn off auto-renew. Your iTunes Account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. If you subscribe before your free trial ends, the rest of your free trial period will be forfeited as soon as your purchase is confirmed.

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What’s New

Version 2.307

Invite your friends to Morning Pages. And help them reduce anxiety, generate new ideas, and get rid of negative thinking. Settings -> Invite your friends. As always, if you experience any issues or have any suggestions, please email us at

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
281 Ratings

281 Ratings

ehm29 ,

Lack of Auto save feature is a major issue

As another reviewer mentioned, losing data is a huge problem here. The developer’s response to that reviewer irritated me—there’s no one correct way to journal. So how I should or shouldn’t use the app is irrelevant—if I’m using it in the morning, then have an interruption (family, pets, realizing I’m late and need to speed things up) and have a chance to finish what I started, the content ought to still be there, as it would with a paper journal. Or, frankly, a word document. Disappointed with a basic function that every other writing app I have manages, since anyone knows the most important thing is not to lose your stuff. I’ve lost it too many times, not realizing it wouldn’t auto save, to continue using this app. Not to mention that then the feature I liked, the word count bar, gets wiped, which makes the pleasure of using the app totally discouraging instead of positive. I was trying to use this solely for journaling to keep up a habit, but they’re breaking a basic habit law (make it easy), so I’ll keep searching.

Developer Response ,

Hello. I'm very sorry to hear that you've lost your writings. I want to let you know that this bug was fixed, not a single word will be lost anymore!

joefilmmaker ,

Still doesn't save until you hit the check button and say yes

New version says don't worry about losing what you write because we save it to iCloud. Thanks for trying guys! One step closer. However, nothing is saved until I hit the save command and say yes. Up to then if the app crashes, my phone runs out of battery, or I switch to a memory-hungry app I will lose what I've written. Look at how Notes does it. Not one letter can be lost. Example:
1. Open Notes
2. New note
3. Type a letter - say A
4. Double-click and swipe up on notes to kill it
5. Open Notes
RESULT: Your one-letter note is still there. Apple doing things well.

Old review:
One really big flaw
This would be a good - maybe great - app if they fix one big flaw. For me losing data is a monster pet peeve. So when I wrote several pages I really was unhappy when the app lost them.

How did this happen? Simple: until you hit Save your text seems to be only stored in memory. If you switch to another app that uses a lot of memory iOS may kill this app and your writing will be lost. Apple tells devs to save everything before relinquishing control but it looks like this app doesn't take that advice.

I'll try the app again when I hear they've fixed the problem. AFTER I've verified the fix by double-clicking the home button and swiping up on the app to kill it. If my writing is gone so is the app!

Developer Response ,

I'm very sorry you've lost your data. Thank you for such detailed explanation of a problem. To be honest, we weren't considering this autosave scenario, we thought that you shouldn't distract when you write your pages because it's not like notes, you should always complete them, and not come back for adding something or editing. But you're right, there are plenty ways how this flow can be spoiled: app crashes, system kills the app, user kills the app. I'll address the issue and make you know when it's fixed.

Book7 ,

I love it and I have written only one note

I usually don’t write reviews, but I wanted to this time.

I think I’ve downloaded like 7 journal apps - just trying to find the right one. I had one from before but it removed the feature that I went back to it for :( (Daily writing inspirations/quotes). You all have it AND security AND it’s neat AND it tracks emotions and all. Usually with journals I don’t add photos or anything, so I liked the fact that this app is majority about the actual WRITING.

The writing goals - the 500 word goal, is a piece of genius, I swear. I’ve never written that much so quick EVER. It pushes me to write what’s on my mind right then and just whatever comes to my mind. It makes me put everything out there, and everything about my day. I love it! Great app developers!


Anastasiya Gorban
61.6 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Spanish

Age Rating
In-App Purchases
  1. Pro Monthly $2.99
  2. Pro Yearly $29.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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