Moods is the fastest and easiest way to record your current mood, which can be critical to maintaining good mental health.
- Fixed bug where sometimes moods weren't being refreshed in calendar and daily view
- Updated weekly report screen
- Minor design tweaks
Ratings and Reviews
A big thing for me with any app is the layout and design-- in which this case was executed perfectly. Easy, simple, flawless, pretty!!!!! Love the colors.
What sets this app apart from other mental health apps is that it starts you off with three different ranks of mood... good, okay, and bad.... then gives you the option to go into further detail.. either by specifically selecting the moods you're feeling (which is totally customizable) or noting something down, like a little diary. Seems simple enough, but you're able to go into as much (or little) detail as you'd like.
I especially love how when you're feeling bad, it gives you the chance to think about why you're feeling a certain way, and to categorize your negative feelings... as well as offer you some tips to improve your mood or shift your focus.
I think it would be nice to add an optional forum that links different mental health specialists, therapists, and users that shares different topics, advice, or support with symptoms, stress, or just life in general. (Think like the insight page with Flo... an amazing integration of expertise with a dash of commentary from users!!!)
I'd like to be able to delete past moods, as I accidentally logged one while I wasn't paying attention (☹️!!!!). There's a lot of potential for cool new things with this app... but for now it's perfect with its minimalist and simple style. Thanks!:)
erases my moods + confusing layout
this app used to be very cathartic for me. i used it so i had a neat place to organize my thoughts when i felt it was necessary, and for the most part this app did its job in providing a safe place for me to log my moods and track my state of mind throughout the week. it really began to benefit me in the long run, as i was able to read my past moods from time to time and see how much i've improved/grown as a person, and how i've matured in my wording, thoughts, and overall expressing my emotions through sentimental bursts and analyzing the flaws in my thinking. for the first few months i had this app, it was stellar. after a while, however, i noticed that my old moods from several months ago were nowhere to be found. the time that i'd typically be spending re-reading my old moods and reflecting on my past mindsets, i found myself frustrated with this app's confusing layout and the fact that all my moods from april were completely gone. it would be much appreciated if this can be fixed. for now i suppose i'll be using my notes app!!
ps- two great features to implement in the next update would be an 'edit' feature, so that incase a typo is made it can be easily fixed. the other feature would be a password option to lock certain notes, so that in the case that someone may be snooping around my phone, this ensures privacy. thank you!
In the past, I’ve been told by mental health professionals that I should keep a diary or planner. It was always a struggle for me to remember to write in them. Since this is an app, and I always have my phone with me, it’s super easy to open up the app and note that I’m feeling bad and then see all the ways I can fix it. The only reason I didn’t rate it 5 stars (and this might be me not knowing how to work it all the way yet), but I don’t see how the notes come into play if you can’t go back to a day and read them. On good days, I’d like to be able to go back and see reasons why I was happy, because, to me, at least that would give me a reason to try to be happier in the future.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.