Keep a personal journal It is a very intimate hobby, which some do to keep a simple record of their lives or even for therapeutic reasons. And the traditional thing has always been a notebook that can carry a lock with a key, but with the digital age that has also been transferred in the form of services or applications.
So if you want to transfer that healthy hobby of writing something in a diary every day to your mobile or a computer, here you go some services and tools to make it possible.
With apps for iOS and OS X, Day One is one of the most popular journaling apps on Apple platforms. In your entries you can place formatted text and images, as well as maps with specific locations.
A more compatible alternative to Day One is Journey, with a very similar interface and features but with a web, Android and Windows version as well as being compatible with OS X.
Paper by 53
If we want to keep that diary in a more artistic way, nothing like the Paper by 53 application for the iPad. It generates virtual notebooks that we can protect with the password of our user account.
Don’t you want to keep your diary personally? With Vent we summarize it all to describe a daily emotion with the possibility (or not) of sharing it with the contacts you want.
Bokeh has an application only for iOS, but it also has a web version where you can have your own subdomain. Also with the option to share with the contacts we want.
Yet another alternative where you can write entries in a personal diary with the possibility of connecting via the web with Chrome and writing rich text with images and maps.
This last option has the same options as most of its rivals, but with an option that perhaps appeals to some: it is compatible with Amazon tablets.
Image | froderik
In Genbeta | Seven Chrome extensions that help us manage our notes