Keeping a diary of everything you do throughout the day is within everyone’s reach, the only thing that is needed for it is to have the willpower to carry out this task and, in addition, the necessary tools. It doesn’t have to be a physical diary since Android applications have evolved to such an extent that they can be anything we imagine.
We have decided to dive into the Google app store so find the best apps with which to keep a diary with the records of each day on your mobile phone. The applications that we have compiled for Android are mostly free, although they have features that can be purchased.
The basic experience that can be summed up in being able to write about what happens during the day is guaranteed with any of these applications. Although they are all similar and, in truth, they do the same; the truth is that there are small differences focused on the design or what can be done with these applications.
Of course, in the case of not being interested in this type of Applications; we also have other collections of content. Over the last few weeks we have dedicated ourselves to compiling the best applications to count calories or the best games with which to disconnect from the world for a few minutes.
Diary is the first application on the list, its name is quite explanatory about everything it allows you to do. Among its main characteristics is the fact that it has biometric blocking, being able to use the fingerprint to hide the written texts. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
Daylio is the next app on the list. It is interesting for its simplicity since it allows you to keep track of the days in a much more visual way and without the need to write.. The application will ask your mood every day when you wake up, the activities to do and you can plan what you can do with it. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
We continue with Diary Book, which is another application that integrates basic features, but at the same time has interesting new features, such as the fact that you can lock the application so that prying eyes don’t get close. Also, the texts can be accompanied with photos, links and manage the colors to use. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
5 Minute Journal
The next app on the list is 5 Minute Journal which its mission is to make users write for five minutes in a row what has happened to them during the day. In this way they do not have to spend much time, but they will get started in the newspapers in a more accessible way. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
Offline Diary is a simple application that doesn’t shine for its features. In fact, its main functionality is that it gets rid of all the added utilities of other applications. What it intends is for users to write on their mobile phone how they feel and, because they don’t have it, they don’t even have an internet connection. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
The last two options to consider if you want to start writing a diary may have the best designs of all the ones we have seen so far. In general, they are very well cared for. they have an infinity of features such as being able to add photos, videos and even serve as an expense manager. Direct link to the Google Play Store.
Daybook is the last application that we recommend when starting to write a diary. This application has the most careful design of all, therefore it has improvements at the management level of the diaries that are written on a recurring basis, being able to create folders by months or periods of time that one wishes. Direct link to the Google Play Store.