Capture your mood and improve your thinking habits through an innovative approach to journaling! Moodnotes empowers you to track your mood over time, avoid common thinking traps, and develop perspectives associated with increased happiness and well-being.
ustwo studio (creators of Monument Valley) and Thriveport’s clinical psychologist founders (creators of MoodKit) have partnered to bring you Moodnotes! This one-of-a-kind app is grounded in the scientifically-supported content of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and positive psychology. Includes Apple Watch app and iCloud sync/backup.
Moodnotes helps you to:
● Track your mood and identify what influences it
● Develop healthier thinking habits
● Learn about “traps” in your thinking and how to avoid them
● Bring new, helpful perspectives to situations
● Increase your self-awareness
● Reduce your distress and enhance your sense of well-being
Exclusively featured by Apple in the App Store Today tab story "All The Feels."
One of Tech Insider's "100 World's Greatest Apps" and exclusively featured in Wired, The Guardian, Business Insider, Fast Company, TechCrunch, Lifehacker, Mindful, Mashable, Vogue, and more. Fast Company's 2016 Innovation By Design Awards finalist.
Moodnotes the Thought Journal to help develop healthier thinking habits. App Store Link, it doesn't cost you anything extra: Moodnotes - Thought Journal / Mood ...
iPhone X optimization plus squashing a couple of bugs! Thank you for your amazing reviews and support! : D
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Moodnotes Reviews (10)
This looks great Jane, thank you for sharing :)
Great reflective tool Jane.. Great upload as always :)
Love this app. Exactly same techniques as used in CBT snd helps with low moods. For some reason though the secure login no longer works. Not asked for Face ID when opening app and unable to enter a passcode either. Needs fixing and updating please.
The App still doesn't support iPhone X interface.
I wanted to recommend this app:) 1000% its very helpful and always helps me keep track of my moods through out the months. It’s very interesting to see. Tells me my common thinking traps and makes me aware of things I need to change Thanks, app is great!
I love the notifications as I am a person that often forgets to be mindful.
I was hit by a car three years ago and received a traumatic brain injury and PTSD, with depression and anxiety. I have been in counselling for two of the three years and coming across this app has helped me chart my mood problems and spot trends and patterns. Being able to journal as well as chart your mood helps me to spot when I am going off the rails so to speak and correct my thinking accordingly. The ability to print out the entries in this app have helped my psychologist in turn help me get better. My only criticism is the data analysis section which is rather simplistic and I would like more graphs and pictographs to visually see trends better etc. But I recommend this app to anyone suffering from anxiety and depression and who wants help beating these debilitating conditions.
It’s nice, simple, and easy to use. Checking in with your self and putting words to your feels is a very helpful way to understand yourself better. Would recommend this app.
Thomas of bacon
Although i have not been using mood notes for long i can see a map of my moods starting to form. The user interface is clean and easy to navigate and the general feel of the app is that it wants to help you get a better understanding if what makes you feel a certain way. My only complaint and the reason i believe it to be “heavy handed” is that it sort of always checks in reminding me to journal. I know when i need to use to it to get an accurate measure of my moods and this aspect of the app just gets a touch frustrating.
Moodnotes provides a good scaffold to help me dissect my thoughts and reflect upon them. It is something that a lot of other journaling apps doesn’t do well enough. I usually use it before bed or on the go when I feel like I need to write something down. Being a user of this app for a couple of months now, I would recommend this to anyone who is looking to journaling their moods and thoughts.
It was really good for the first week, but then I got over how repetitive it was, selecting feelings, reading about the same thinking traps over and over. Further, I really wanted to be able to analyse my mood from day to day, week to week, month to month, etc. I want to be able to zoom in and out on this data to easily see cycles, or low points, or high points. I want more data analysis tools for my moods. The mood input method is good, but graphs to analyse that data is lacking. Overall, well made app but with limited functionality. Might check it out again in the future
Chuck Norris can lick his own elbow
Would love iPhone X support
Queen Gracie of None
Simple and supportive. When logging my mood I see how each step is useful in reflection. This means that even when i am struggling to communicate, I can still add a moodnote without it feeling like a burden.
Great app to journal and review the daily grind of life!!
Best cbt app out there. Professionally designed and helpful.
No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.
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