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Would you send daily activities and storylines of Moves app to Evernote? Using ActivityDiary (formerly MovesNote), you can keep a record of all activities super easily.

*This application requires Moves app and Evernote account.

*This application uses data from Moves but is not endorsed or certified by Moves. Moves is a trademark of ProtoGeo Oy.

What's New

Version 2.4

- Support for iPhone X
- Support for iOS 11

Customer Reviews

Unites 2 Services Beautifully but Lacks Necessary Automation


Does a fantastic job pushing data from one invaluable app (Moves) to another invaluable one (Evernote). It does so in the form of elegantly formatted notes that match the style of the Moves UI but in a lighter, more compact, editable format. If your life is in Evernote, this is a huge win!

However there is one big drawback- none of this is automated. Each day you have to open this app, pick the day, and then tap 'send to Evernote'. Moves is a brilliant app simply because you don't have to do anything for it to work. If this app silently pushed data to Evernote at the end of the day (say create note for the previous day at 12:01am of the next day) it would be invaluable. As it is now, your manually exporting which feels tedious and less magical.

I noticed there are ads in this app... to me a much better pricing model would be to add the silent push function to Evernote in the background as an IAP. Charge me $10- I don't care- it's worth it to me to have my location data synced with Evernote without having to think about it so that it's available at all times when I need it, wherever I need it (which is the one big drawback of moves being a phone-only application).

Historical Moves App Data Retention FTW!


This app enables you to send your data from the Moves app to Evernote. Sometimes Moves has an activity type wrong. Maybe once a week I give mine a quick look and make corrections as needed. This is why it’s a good idea not to have data automatically sent to Evernote. I can see how some users would want it to be fully automated. Perhaps this will be a future option in settings as some users may want to set it and forget it.

→ Nice attention to detail in putting a dot under each date of the calendar to indicate that Moves data for that day has been sent to Evernote.

store your moves in Evernote

Uncle Foobar

I've been using this app for a year or two to permanently store my moves story lines in Evernote.

Once you enable permissions in Moves, it works well. The only thing is you have to select each day to upload to Evernote , but it goes quick. I have more than a year in Moves daily data and plowed through months quickly.


Yuta Hirobe
36.8 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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