Jotting down your thoughts can be very therapeutic, especially if you do it daily. When you are having a horrible day you can write it down and sometimes just vent saying things to your diary or journal that you can’t say out loud. At the same time, when you are having a wonderful day it is a great feeling to be able to say so and even go back to read about it when the next day is darker. DayGram provides a clean, easy way for you to do this.
DayGram is your diary
The DayGram app gives you a way to write down everything you are feeling, every day with an intuitive interface. A journal app should not be complicated and this one makes capturing your thoughts simple. Tap a button to add your entry for the day or edit it to write more. Then you can view your entire timeline of entries, checking previous days, months, or years, if you like.
There is nothing to configure with DayGram, however, the app does offer a few additional features that can be useful. You can back up your diary to Dropbox as well as restore it if needed. You can also change the font size and insert the time of your entry. You can add a passcode easily to keep things private and use Touch ID for convenience. You can also send an entry via email if you decide to share your thoughts for the day.
DayGram is an impressive diary app. Keeping it simple is usually best with these types of apps because it should not be a chore to capture your thoughts. You should be able to pop open an app, write what you want, and save it. DayGram delivers a fresh, light journaling experience.
DayGram is designed for iPhone and available for $1.99 on the App Store.
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