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 ...
Normally, this is where app developers would say "general bug fixes and improvements" right? We'll we've done those things but thought we'd tell you what those actually are :D We just like sharing like that! So we've updated the entry detail screen to have a bit more modern code. Hopefully we did it in a way that looks the same but just feels a bit snappier! We've also updated the watch app thanks to some of your suggestions (start with a neutral face you said, and we did). Along with that, we completely rebuilt all the PDF export code to address many of the issues you all have told us about (thanks for letting us know!). So that's the highlights of the "general bug fixes and updates". Thanks so much for using Moodnotes and sharing with us what you love and how we can make it better. It really does mean a lot to us!
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Moodnotes Reviews (10)
This looks great Jane, thank you for sharing :)
Great reflective tool Jane.. Great upload as always :)
I thought I would give this app a try and so I completed it every day. I have been using it now for 8 months and it has I quite literally changed my life for the better. Above all it helps me to see life’s challenges from a different perspective. What I thought was a problem suddenly seems less of an issue. I have learned a lot from the advice given by this app and would highly recommend it to everyone.
Highly recommended to help track unhelpful thinking that leads to anxiety, depression and other issues.
Decent general mood diary. I'd imagine could be super useful for those undergoing CBT therapy or similar self help things. Kinda wish the emotion tag 'low' existed though.
Your humans are hilarious and your app is fantastic.
It is a great app for those who want to keep a record of their feelings, and to see how it changes over time. Overall, I’m very pleased to have this app on my iPhone. It really helps me express my feelings. The only thing that this needs is the ability to export the entries to files (iCloud storage) or other locations than by email. If you ever wonder how your feelings are changing over time, wonder no more and get this app.
I love the notifications as I am a person that often forgets to be mindful.
I used Day One for this for quite awhile but, with all my my journal entries it made it a bear to review my mood entries even with the tags. This app allows me to capture only my moods and makes them easy to review down the road. It has a easy to navigate UI and even displays a message that gives you something to think about after you have completed your entry. Would recommend.
I love this app and I use it daily. HOWEVER, living a busy life sometimes I forget to record. I like to at least have my mood recorded, even if it’s great so I can see the data but once it hits midnight the app automatically goes to the next day. I’d love for there to be a way to add if you missed a day. Or, for example if it goes past midnight and all of a sudden you’ve realized you’ve recorded for Thursday when you’re still finishing your Wednesday night and Thursday has hardly started. On those kind of days, it would be amazing to be able to change the day myself so I am recording for the correct day. ***UPDATE*** Per the response, the option to backtrack is already available I just didn’t know how to use it. If I could give more than five stars I would. Other than that, I love this app so much and it’s more than worth the 4.99 I paid for it
Great app to track mood. Two feature I wish to have -have custom activity icon to link with my mood to have better insight of ‘doing what matters’ to me the most for happiness. -in the insight dashboard wish there is a mood day tracking so I can know what time in the day I was happy, sad, or angry that link with the time. For example, if 5 days in the morning at 7 am I always have a mood of tired/anger then maybe it is because I’m not a morning person and need to change something in my life Overall, great app for first step to mood tracker.
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 once killed a T-rex With A lion
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!!
Problem with icloud
Best cbt app out there. Professionally designed and helpful.
The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, the wise grows it under his feet.
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