Tack – Gratitude journal 4+

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.9 • 7 Ratings
    • Free

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Tack is a simple gratitude journal you can use to be more mindful throughout the day. Whenever you experience a moment that brings you joy and gratitude, just open Tack and type it in. All your gratitudes will be saved in a diary that you can browse through to help you learn to appreciate the small things in life whenever you're feeling a bit down.

What’s New

Version 1.1

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

There was a bug hiding the end of the text when adding long gratitudes. It’s fixed now, and we’re grateful that it made us release an even better app for you!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Mistyblu14 ,

simple, exactly what i need!!

when searching for a gratitude journaling app, i found a lot that were doing "too much" for my taste. i just want to keep it simple, nothing overwhelming, especially since this is a new habit i'm trying to start. i have other apps for mood tracking and for journaling and all that sort of stuff. so i don't need another app that tries to mush all that together. this is PERFECT! no annoying ads, no subscriptions! no pushing me to do any more than i want to, or restricting me to only do a few a day.

the only thing i wish this app would add was a little bit of customization... there is no settings, which i find interesting.
i'd personally like the ability to change the font design or color, or background color/image, or at the very least just a dark mode!

Chickendoodledo ,

Simple and to the point

This app is a notepad to type what you’re grateful for. It tracks the date and all you have to do is type what you’re grateful for and hit enter. Straight and to the point exactly what I was looking for. No extra flare just a notepad.

Chaplain Chris ,

Super simple, no ads

Perfect for logging things you are thankful for.

App Privacy

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