Moodtrack Diary: Private Mood Tracker & Mood Tracking Journal
By Matthew Windwer
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Graph your moods on the fly. Privately track as little or as often as you want (mood-swings? no problem!), whenever you want (at home, on the go, and even without Internet!), and look back to see your moods over weeks, months, and years to learn about yourself and live better!
See what others are going through and optionally connect anonymously. Form instant friendships and support networks. Get support when you need it, and give support when you feel like it.
- Works offline, and syncs when you’re online (must turn on sync)
- Share with a counselor or friend
- Track as often as you want, whenever your want
- Daily reminders (with push notifications enabled)
- View on your computer
- Fingerprint lock (Touch ID devices only)
What's New in Version 3.2
Bug fixes for iOS 9
I find that I look forward to posting. I have downloaded many apps to try to help myself get control of things and this one is the only one where I feel comfortable to be myself and say what i need. I have also found people dont judge for me that in invaluable when dealing with issues like this. I recommend this to everyone I know who would benefit and everyone comes back thanking me and I say dont thank me thank whoever created this app because they really gave us a place where we can daily post and get our feelings out in a safe forum and I have in 20 never found that before.
This will be the best app you ever downloaded!
So far, very good!
It's been a week and I'm really liking the app. Easy to quickly keep track of how I feel from day to day. If I feel like it, I can elaborate right then when I put the mood description word. And the stars help track it in an analytical way. Another great feature is being able to go back and put your mood from a previous day/time, in case you weren't able to at that moment. Looking forward to getting some insights from this app and using it in the future alongside a therapist by providing accurate information.
Finally an app that can actually help me
I've downloaded plenty of apps with the intention of helping my BiPolar. The problem is that they gave me the false hope that I could help myself. The reality is that only open communication with my Dr. will help me long term. To do that I have to be able to remember everything that's happened with my moods since my last visit. Mood track let's me do that. I wasn't going to keep a mood journal and my Dr. wouldn't have time to read it. Looking at a simple chart of my ups and downs with descriptions is brilliant.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Sep 11, 2015
- Version: 3.2
- Size: 5.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Matthew Windwer
- © 2012 - 2015 Matthew Windwer
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.