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Feeling stressed, sad or suffering from a lack in energy? Find out if you show symptoms of depression in an interactive depression screening and improve your mental well-being. Moodpath is a CE-certified medical product.

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Moodpath is an interactive mental health screening and improvement program that detects symptoms of depression. After answering questions concerning your emotional and physical well-being you receive a professional assessment of your mental health that you can share and discuss with your physician or therapist. Moodpath is a CE-certified medical product and does not collect any personal data.


- 14 day depression screening with 3 question blocks per day
- Interactive modules to understand the psychology behind your mood
- After 14 days: Professional assessment that you can share with your GP or therapist
- Statistics allow you to keep track of your mental well-being


- Reduce uncertainty whether or not you suffer from a depressive episode
- Monitor your mental well-being
- Understand the psychology behind your mood
- Use Moodpath as mood journal during psychotherapy


Worldwide over 350 million people experience a depressive episode each year. Moodpath is designed to empower people affected, to foster self-awareness and to decrease stigma. The app was developed with scientists in the field of online therapy research and is a CE-certified medical product. It can be used by patients to support the process of psychotherapy but is made available to anyone suffering from emotional distress.


Moodpath will ask you 3 times a day questions concerning your emotional and physical well-being over the course of 14 days. After the screening you will receive an indication whether or not you exhibit symptoms that fall into the category of a “clinical depression” and if you are recommended to consult with a mental health professional. The information that you provide during the screening will be made available as a pdf file that you can either print out or send as e-mail to the healthcare professional of your choice. Additionally, you have access to a broad range of interactive psychoeducative modules that explain causes of depression, how you detect a depression and strategies to overcome a depression.


Web – https://www.moodpath.de/en/
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/moodpathEN/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/moodpathapp
Mail - info@moodpath.de

What's New

Version 2.6.1

- New questions UI
- Under-the-hood improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
422 Ratings
422 Ratings

Really great purpose and design, but super glitchy


Love the concept and what the app accomplishes. But, and may just be my phone - still worth noting, I found it so glitchy. My notifications were all over the place and when I caught a notification it often wouldn't prompt me to answer the survey questions. The app would mark that session as missed or would basically freeze. But if that were fixed, the app would be 5/5!

Developer Response

Thank you a lot for your feedback! Notifications are a tricky business and if you're having troubles with it, chances are good other users might be bothered as well! We'd be happy to hear from you: feedback@moodpath.de You can also write us a mail via the feedback function you'll find under your profile. Let's see if we can fix this! - Your Moodpath Team

Wow... all I have to say at this moment.


Really haven’t even been on this app for more than five minutes and I’m already crying...this app is awesome I can tell already this is extremely deep I recommend it highly to anybody....
(Current song playing as I’m writing this review is....: only I can mention it—The Weekend).

No baseline


While the app is great, there is no baseline gathered. Asking "are you thinking about death more often than usual" really depends on the individuals usual. Results are therefore inaccurate.
Still good for tracking though!

Developer Response

Thank you for your feedback! You're right, finding a "base line" is quite difficult. Since depression occurs in "episodes" that people find very different from what they typically feel like, the "more than usual" refers to what an individual person would describe as their "usual self". Most clinical screening methods work this way, since it's almost impossible to determine what "normal" or "usual" is for every individual and their situation. So it's mainly up to your "gut feeling" and really taking a moment to reflect upon your own feelings and problems. I hope you find this helpful! Let us know if you have any other questions or ideas! - Your Moodpath Team


MoodPath UG (Haftungsbeschrankt)
150.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, German
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
© 2018 Aurora Health GmbH


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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