Moodnotes

Moodnotes

By ThrivePort, LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-08-06
  • Current Version: 2.3.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 45.34 MB
  • Developer: ThrivePort, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 5,272 Ratings

Description

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.

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  • Fantastic idea and execution

    4
    By Sectionsix
    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.
  • PLEASE ADD THIS

    5
    By 1234838573992
    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
  • Useful App

    4
    By C0PYC
    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.
  • :/

    3
    By animefan4ever
    The notification reminds I set up are not working :/
  • Like it

    4
    By ODAT 449
    I don't spend much time on this app but I respond nearly every time I get a prompt. Someday I'll figure out how to sort and analyze the data.
  • I love this app but there are some things that I wish were added!

    5
    By bbot13-19
    I love this app! Iv never been able to stick to any other app Iv tried but this one makes it easy! I don’t utilize some stuff like I should but what I have done has been great!... I do wish there was a way to track some other things that might correlate with mood like being able to put in period dates, if I exercised, if I ate well... and so on to see what helps and to see what triggers any bad emotions that way I can see what other kind of interventions I can do to help myself feel more positive. Also if there was a way to click other and then manually type in an emotion not on the list or add one to the list that would be really nice as well! But other than that this app has been great!
  • Amazing. Truly amazing.

    5
    By C.E.F.
    I saw a therapist for a while who really helped but since, my job as an executive and manager for many people has made it impossible to find time to continue while still in desperate need for guidance. This is perfect. It’s so well done, methodical, and clearly intelligent, educated, and experienced people on the development team who created something life changing at the fraction of the cost of a therapist and much easier to schedule. Thank you to you all for your contribution.
  • Thank You

    5
    By SueDraws
    This is a really well made app from design point, user-friendly, and professionally thought out by psychologists, evidently. I have no issues thus far, but maybe to keep an open mind on new features or additions. It could be minuscule like adding different visual skins to the app for cosmetic purposes—or perhaps even some accessibility options for those who are disabled and can work in tangent with iOS settings. Another thought would maybe a way to upload images to your entries. I for one am very visual and sometimes I take pictures or save images from online that perhaps are either important to record for various reasons. A sleep journal section would likely be highly sought after and used, since sleep is extremely important and tied to your mental health. My last thought for now would perhaps to have an additional section for certain reminders (and also to have them logged) such as taking medication, important doctor appointments or other smaller ways to keep one accountable. Overall I’m glad I took the time to find this app and I hope it can help others as much as it helped me. Thank you.
  • Simple yet amazing...

    5
    By Jhonny Ayrout
    It’s such a simple app, but so amazing at the same time. It has helped me a lot through a very rough time. Thank you so much for your hard work. As a side note, there’s a bug that’s been present for the last couple of weeks. In the Moodtrends section, there are always two extra entries on top of my (real) entries, which I didn’t register. They always look as if I submitted them the same day as the last registered entry. Finally, I would like to say that there are so many features that could take this app to an even higher level. Like: - showing the entries on a map. - attaching photos and/or audio. - Apple Watch interface that lets choosing current mood by just rotating the Digital Crown to change the “face” and submitting a quick save.
  • Handy, but limited app (and why can’t I exit?!)

    3
    By Lhope26
    I really like how easy it is to track mood, feelings and thoughts. The check-ins are a breeze and as quick or in-depth as you want. PROS: - Easy, friendly interface. - Quick tips on reframing negative thoughts. Super handy for anxiety. - Fairly low-key. It doesn’t rely on annoyance or guilt to motivate you to use the app. - Ability to get as detailed as you’d like. CONS: - Have a feeling that isn’t listed? Sorry, it doesn’t count. No way to customize the positive or negative feelings! - There’s not an easy way to track the physical piece of the equation. Feeling hormonal? Suffering from a migraine? You just have to add it to your notes and hope you’ll find it later when looking at trends. - The insights section has some handy charts and lists, but it doesn’t dive as deep as it could. (For instance, it’ll highlight moods that are most common, but are they trending up or down? You can look at trends over 1 week, 3 months and 6 months, but not 1 month.) BUGS: - It is nearly impossible to exit this app by swiping up. Even if you’ve closed other apps since swiping up, it will still come back to haunt you, demanding your Touch ID. Let me close this app!

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