Here’s a list of 5 diary writing apps for Android which you can use to keep a diary on your Android phone. Writing a diary has been linked with better health, more stable emotional well being and people who write them appear to be happier when compared to other individuals who don’t. None of this means that if you start writing a diary all your problems go away magically, but it’s still worth giving it a shot.
I picked some of the better diary writing apps from the Google Play store to help you get started.
Private DIARY Free:
Private DIARY will let you keep unlimited number of entries for free. Account can be registered with the website which then lets you sync your diary across devices running the Private DIARY app.
Password protection is available. You can add emoticons and images to diary entries, search is available to find diary entries more easily, backups and archiving, diary entry sharing via SMS and social networks and more.
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Diaro also supports diary syncing across multiple devices but this is a feature saved for the Pro version. Diary entries can be password protected and grouped using either folders or tags.
This diary writing app is simpler when compared with Private DIARY for example, but it has pretty much the same functionalities. You can add images to entries, backup and restore, search tool is available and more.
Diary Notes brings an even simpler diary writing experience. There are no accounts and no syncing. Password protection is available to keep your privacy safe.
When you run the app for the first time you’re only gonna see an empty diary list. Tapping on the plus button in the top right corner creates a diary entry. Type in title and start writing your thoughts for that day down below.
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Diary by DroidVeda
With this diary writing app you get some very interesting features. On top of all the usual features like password protection, search, image imports, backups and restore you also get features like auto save, PDF export and free hand drawing.
Appearance of the app can be changed with the help of themes, in other words, theming is also supported.
PERSONAL DIARY has all the advanced features like syncing, and all the other features that we talked about until now.
I’m only gonna mention one feature that sets PERSONAL DIARY apart from all the others, and that feature is “mood of the day” setting, which allows you to set a mood emoticon that’s gonna be showed next to the diary entry that you’re writing.
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I enjoyed using Private DIARY Free the most, followed by Diary Notes. Diary Notes is interesting because of its simplicity. I suggest that you use Diary Notes if you’d like to keep your diary on one device only (you don’t need syncing) and you’re just looking for a simple, password protected diary writing app. For everything else, you should go with Private DIARY Free. Don’t agree? leave a comment down below telling me why.