Mood Pixel is a minimalistic app that keeps track of your emotions, moods, thoughts and general well-being. Moreover, Mood Pixel accompanies you throughout your year and gives you knowledge about yourself that you might have not known before.
Before you continue...
I just want to tell you that there are ◆ NO ADS ◆ in the app.
Data is saved ◆ LOCALLY ◆ on your phone so that you don't need to worry about others having access to it.
This app was made for fun and so it shall stay.
This is how simple Mood Pixel works:
Complete 3 quick questions each day and allow yourself to gain knowledge on HOW and WHAT you feel through time.
• 1. Select a general mood.
• 2. Select up to 4 emotions you felt.
• 3. (optional) Write a note of anything important to help you remind that day.
• 4. DONE!
Over time you will see the calendar fill out with the colors that reflect your mood and emotions. Likewise, you will be able to recall past days and know exactly WHY and WHAT you felt on a specific day. Call it an emotional diary.
These features will help you understand yourself better by letting you identify the things that are lifting you up or dragging you down.
Moreover, Mood Pixel uses a model of modern psychology that covers the most common moods to help you describe your emotions.
More features? Sure!
◆ Journal Mode: Read all your entries at once like you would in a diary.
◆ Mood Color Palettes: Choose the color palette of your choice and personalize your moods.
◆ Mood Manager: Create and customize your own moods as well as their layout.
◆ Statistics: Get to know your yearly and monthly mood averages.
◆ And a lot more!
▶ Download Mood Pixel today! ◀
It is free and always will be.
• New features!!!
• Bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Absolutely incredible, but could use privacy settings
I love using this app to track how I’ve been feeling, and recently it’s been showing an upward trend in my mood, which probably has something to do with my increased awareness of it because of having to write journal entries. So that’s pretty neat
However, I feel as though the journal entries I write are very personal, and whenever I let someone borrow my phone (which is often) I feel like they’ll get a glimpse into my private life that I don’t want them to have. Is there any possible way to create an option to input a password upon opening the app? It’s a feature in a dream tracking app (Lucidity) that I have that makes my private thoughts feel a lot more secure, and I think it would be a good feature here.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your kind words. I will work on the pin lock feature ASAP. Hope you keep enjoying Mood Pixel.
The only mood tracker I’ve stuck with
This app is excellent overall, especially considering that it’s free.
I enjoy the format and all the customizable options. I appreciate having the option to pick specific emotions and make notes, but it’s important for me that in the end all I *have* to do to keep this up daily is choose a color. This is the difference for me- when I’m low energy, busy, or experiencing particularly negative feelings this is still manageable for me to do. Apps that rely primarily on journaling were very hard for me to be consistent with.
Importantly I’ve also found Mood Pixel to be very stable. The last mood tracking app I tried seemed to crash constantly even across updates.
My only small request is that the note writing mode be compatible with predictive text- maybe it’s just my phone or something but I have to type every word put letter by letter and I’d love to not have to do that.
Overall I enthusiastically recommend this app, especially if you’ve had difficulty keeping up with other mood trackers.
EDIT: Thank you for adding predictive text compatibility!! :D
Developer Response ,
Haha No worries!! Hope you keep enjoying it :) new cool features arriving soon.
Walter from Mood Pixel.
A suggested feature
This is a great app, and the fact that it’s free is the best part. It’s also super customizable.
However there’s one thing missing; when selecting a “How did you feel” mood for the day, you have a happy to sad spectrum (these are the colours that show up on the calendar view), however, there isn’t an option for an angry or upset mood. You can add that emotion in the extra moods, but from the calendar view you won’t be able to tell.
I hope the Dev Implants a mad or angry mood, because I’ll have to use “Depressed” in order to stand out from the mostly neutral moods I normally have.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.