Moodnotes

Moodnotes

By ThrivePort, LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-08-06
  • Current Version: 2.3.6
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 50.66 MB
  • Developer: ThrivePort, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 6,050 Reviews)
  • Price:
    $4.99
Moodnotes App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 6,050 Reviews

Moodnotes App 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. Design experts and clinical psychologists (creators of MoodKit) have collaberated 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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Moodnotes App Reviews

  • Amazing

    5
    By Gavindub
    It has helped me through some tough times and acknowledging how I feel let me look into my selfie and find a solution to my problems
  • Perfect except...

    5
    By FrogAmante
    I would love the ability to be able to upload a couple images to my posts. For instance, it would be helpful for me to be able to associate a screenshot of my sleep patterns to my log since sleep is so closely associated with my mood. Or attach a photo of a list of medications that I'm taking. I love that this app is so focused and tight, so I hesitate to suggest complicating the design, but I think the utility of attached images could be an exception to the rule. Otherwise, I can't praise this app enough. It is an *integral* part of my mood management. Thank you for literally making my life easier.
  • Great app!

    4
    By carlosd.
    This is the first review I’ve ever written. I really enjoy this app, it’s effortless and easy. I like the fact that I can keep track of notes (almost like in a diary kind of way). Maybe I don’t use it as intended, but I like having the app to write in. I do have suggestions! 1. When adding details, it would be great if there was different questions asked for different days. Maybe questions that prompt reflection for the day or things that make you think about the joy in life and how grateful you should be. 2. I used to get daily reminders and now I don’t. Maybe checking that feature out and seeing it still works with all the new updates that iPhone has. 3. I get a constant error message about my notes syncing to the cloud, a revision/double check on this feature would be great. 4. Pictures! Maybe the option to take or upload a pic.
  • Essential CBT journal

    5
    By dhla44
    Wonderful app, especially going through traps to process anxiety.
  • Solid but lacking essential features

    3
    By Jamel Oku
    Clean and robust app but lacking essential features like ability to add/edit/customize your moods besides the default ones. Moodpath or even eMoods do a much better job if you’re trying to track emotional swings. And also tie it back to activities/tags/triggers. Visualization of historical data is very barebones but at least you can export CSV to do your own slicing and dicing. Bummer because otherwise it’s doing what it’s meant to and doesn’t have an ongoing subscription pricing model attached to it.
  • See below

    1
    By Pixlej
    Not worth it
  • So-so

    3
    By J.S. Bleccch
    It’s a good motivation to journal and for that reason I keep using it. I wish there were an option to add feelings to the list - there are many there, but obviously there are many more that I simply note in my text summary. I do wish that the app wouldn’t automatically send me a thought correction procedure whenever I identify even a single “negative” feeling, even if the overall mood and tone for the day are highly positive as expressed in my “smile” and positive feeling selection. It seems like it negates all the positive feelings. I also wish it didn’t list “tired” as a “negative” feeling - I’m much more likely to be tired when I’ve had a very good day, and tired is a pleasant feeling after a long run, productive meeting, etc! Finally, please delete the optimism exercise about “what will your life look like in a few years.” My life expectancy isn’t that long, and although I don’t mind being reminded of it, it makes the exercise difficult (I generally write “I will have had a quick and comfortable death at a time and place of my choosing, and my end of life wishes will have been honored” ... but it has to be the same response every time since my life expectancy isn’t going to increase!) - and others might find that a serious downer. Not everyone who uses this app is 25 and healthy!
  • A portable diary

    5
    By Sasha Dee 1987
    I love this app so much! It’s perfect for recording your thoughts and feelings at any time of the day and it’s wonderful to get it all of your system! I highly recommend this app.
  • Great for people with anxiety!

    5
    By Umbra Magna
    I have Asperger’s Syndrome and I’m very prone to anxiety, and this app allows me to write down how I’m feeling and work out any thinking errors. I think this could be a great app for autistic people who might otherwise have trouble identifying how they feel. It lets you adjust the face on the screen to be sad or happy and pick and choose from various emotion words, and more often than not I’ll find the right word for how I’m feeling. I obviously can’t speak for all autistic people, but in my experience this app is very helpful. Sometimes just writing how I feel helps me to feel better, even if it doesn’t change my situation. I especially like that it allows you to select more than one emotion (which many apps don’t), as well as the intensity of the emotion(s) you’re feeling. And then it lets you write down why you feel that way, and it takes you through some questions and prompts you to thinking about any thinking errors. And then it asks if your emotions have changed and lets you change the intensity of you feel different. Another cool thing is that it doesn’t make you complete every step. If you just don’t feel like it right now, you can just complete some of the steps. All in all, I really like this app. :)
  • There’s a therapist in my phone and scheduling is Not a problem

    5
    By sfwzzz
    Amazing. Not an app user but this really got me. It’s well written and smart. What a great tool.

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