Blue Fever pairs journaling with a supportive and anonymous in-app community—keep a personal diary or add pages to group journals, and share your thoughts, fears, and successes in a judgment-free zone.
What we love: The app is loaded with templates that make it easy to craft beautiful journal pages containing text, stickers, and GIFs. Check out the Self-Love Workshop templates for prompts that encourage you to celebrate who you are, then read how others in the Blue Fever community responded to the same prompts.
Quick tip: If you see a post you relate to, touch and hold the content to leave a supportive reaction, like a GIF, sticker, or group hug.
Meet the creator: CEO and founder Greta McAnany joined forces with Georgia Messinger and Ari Sokolov (founders of the anonymous social support app Trill) to create what she terms emotional media: “Social media started by saying, ‘We’re going to connect people and monetize those connections.’ We call ourselves emotional media because it’s a new kind of product that’s not just about connecting with others—it’s about relating to others.”