Breeze: mood tracker, diary

Breeze: mood tracker, diary

By Basenji Apps

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2019-04-03
  • Current Version: 2.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 97.49 MB
  • Developer: Basenji Apps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
Score: 4.58451
From 6,751 Ratings


The app is based on several concepts from cognitive behavioral psychotherapy and contains four main features described below. With Breeze we give a user more awareness about her/his emotions and activities/things/people that trigger them. Tracker of negative thoughts helps to learn new habit to criticize negative believes and patterns in thinking. In overall, this helps to improve the emotional state of the user. In future releases, we are going to introduce tracker of cognitive distortions and provide advice from professional psychotherapist to help users to deal with issues in different areas of life. Mood tracker Daily mood tracker to understand which situations/contexts trigger emotional reaction. Create a map of your emotional conditions and be aware of people/activities that make you happy or bring you down. Negative thoughts tracker The concept of automatic negative thoughts comes from cognitive behavioral therapy. The idea is that even minor negative thoughts that automatically appear in our consciousness influence our mood and psychological conditions. We provide users with several interactive techniques that help criticize and fight such negative patterns in thinking. Tracker of cognitive distortions We give some useful insights into popular cognitive distortions and teach users how to identify flaws in their thinking and behavior. Advice from a psychotherapist (in future updates) Some practical advice from acknowledged psychotherapist — he will cover widespread topics and issues people usually have in different areas of life. Breeze contains the following subscription options: — Weekly with 3-days free trial at $7.99; Annual with 7-days free trial at $99.99; — Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged at the full price of the chosen subscription period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period — Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. — Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. — Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:



  • Very Expensive

    By milawyd
    The app seems like it’s very helpful and perfect for practicing mindfulness however the price is insane. This app costs more than a Spotify membership where you can listen to podcasts that help you just the same. It’s a shame the price is so high because I really enjoy the features of the app and can see this being helpful.
  • This makes me feel kinda bad

    By ShirokiSF9
    I’m sorry I’m just not in a great place right now and I really need something or someone to help. I keep looking for apps that may help but nothing is free. I think there is a lot of great stuff here, but it is really hard to see it out of reach, especially when I have no money right now. I know devs need to be paid for the work they do, I’m just at my end and I’m so tired and I need help and I’m sorry I shouldn’t even be writing this
  • I want to use this app but . .

    By Lilvogue
    . . it’s $8.49 a week.. maybe if it was even monthly or had a free option for more than a week.
  • Eight bucks a week for this?

    By Em the Pen
    Deeply unscientific, poorly translated, and fails to offer results - and I do mean actual results. Apparently my personality is so profoundly broken that I don't have a temperament type. Then again, if the sentences were grammatically sound, maybe I could have answered more helpfully.
  • Very expensive and many things lost in translation

    By Laura is smart
    Let’s begin with the most important thing: after your free trial, the app is $8.50 per WEEK. That’s $34 per month. That is a ton of money: basically as much as cable television, but for a mood-tracking app. I’m not sure what I’m paying for here: it features quizzes (like the now-discredited Myers-Briggs personality type) that can be easily obtained for free online. And I found it confusing that in the “what are you doing right now” section of tracking one’s activities and mood, there is no option for “work” or “chores”! So, this app would be great if you are a wealthy heir/heiress who never works and you want to track how you respond to eating, playing, and hanging out with friends. I didn’t need the full week’s trial- I knew right away that this wasn’t for me, and canceled my subscription after less than a day. While I can appreciate that this app was clearly designed by someone for whom English is a second language, there are so many typos, misspellings, and mis-translations that it becomes distracting.
  • Unaffordable and inaccessible

    By Nikstrrr
    Y’all- this app is almost $500 per year. It’s cute and all, but come on. Such an inaccessible price point.
  • Bruh

    By 42769
    I downloaded this a few months ago and did the free trial and when i went to cancel it because it’s honestly not worth $9 a week it didn’t give me the option and there’s no customer support so i’ve continually been getting charged weekly for months and i can’t cancel it definitely don’t recommend this app i’m absolutely disgusted with the way this app works.
  • Won’t let me cancel!

    By Ness_aye
    There is no where in my app settings to cancel my subscription. There is not even a option in my apple store settings either. I thought I cancelled it months ago but it’s been charging me almost $10 WEEKLY. Please don’t download.
  • Misleading advertisement

    By Hjjohnson
    I feel part of the reason so many are upset is due to advertising on the apps end, I occasionally run across advertisements that say try for free, and sure I may not expect it to be free, however when you show a specific test, or someone using a specific feature thats locked behind a pay wall, i'd say there is an issue. Putting a try for free while also placing someone taking a test that you'd have to pay for is poor advertising, sure maybe you get someone to download it but it ends up being frustrating and misleading. Considering the app focuses on helping, it can be a huge let down for people to download an app, and realize they can't afford it and it's way too costly. I have downloaded this in the past, but not for the free features, and due to the features locked behind money I was fairly quick to uninstall. I only came back today due to an ad that was very misleading. Fix your ads for this because this app is not as free as you make it out to be. Once you do that i'm sure it'd be a lot better, because at the moment when I clicked it there was a lot of try for frees all over the site, when you only have a small amount actually accessible to people. I would likely retract my bad rating and review if that problem was actually fixed.
  • No point

    By KittyKatt14333
    All this app is good for is tracking your mood… you don’t have access to really anything else unless you’re willing to pay 9 dollars a week. This app really isn’t about improving mental health it’s mostly just a way for developers to make money off of people who need help. This app could be so much better if it decided to make its money off ads and make everything accessible. Truly sad