Everlog is a lightweight and elegant journal and diary app that helps you reflect on your life. Everlog was created with the simple premise of being fast and uncluttered, so it's just you and your thoughts.
Everlog gets out of your way. Just hit the quill button and start typing.
Want to add to or reflect on an entry? With reflections you can do just that! Swipe right on any entry in the timeline or tap the reflection button in the editor and start reflecting.
Keep track of your journaling stats with the beautiful iOS 14 widgets
An expandable weekly / monthly calendar gives you a birds eye view of your journaling activity, as well as helping you travel back in time in a breeze.
PASSCODE PROTECTION (PREMIUM)
Keep your thoughts to yourself. Everlog can protect your journal entries with a passcode, as well as Face ID or Touch ID.
ALWAYS IN SYNC
Your entries are synced seamlessly over all your devices using iCloud Sync.
AND MUCH MORE
- Unlimited, color coded journals (PREMIUM)
- Dark mode
in a text editor, command+delete should function as a shortcut to delete a line of text. In this app, it deletes the entire note. Pressing command+z crashes the app. This combination of faults made me lose lots of work, twice.
Dec 20, 2020
Edit: Bumped up to four stars. There is now terrific shortcuts support, a lifetime license option and bulk export. Two small missing features. One, the ability to export all entries from a journal as a single text file vs just a CSV and/or facilitate this via Shortcuts so that there is a way to backup. And also, a trash can for deleted entries as one reviewer said is needed too.Original review....I like the premise of this app. It is wonderfully simple. However, I have two major issues that make it a nonstarter for me. First, there’s no way to bulk export all entries. You are, for now, locked in except for one-by-one exports. Second, the subscription price is too high for what’s essentially syncing and icons. It also would benefit from having Shortcuts support but that’s secondary.
Dec 18, 2020
I've used this app since it was in beta. I found the developer through a twitter thread one day and decided to give it a shot. I use this app all the time to write down random things I need to keep track of day to day, or when I have an idea I don't want to forget. Having the notes correspond to the date and time I writee them is very helpful. The UI of the app is great. Definetly give this app a try if you are tired of having to using the stock notes app.
Dec 13, 2020
So I been looking for a journaling/ note taking app that is simple, very visually appealing and provides a place to get lost in your text. This app has much of what I been looking for. I do have a few additions I would like to see. I do think a recently deleted folder is needed. The app could provide different fonts. Also the ability to upload a picture or document to a journal post would be nice. Overall I like what I see so far. I see some people make some valid points but this app is early in development and should allow for some time to see if the cost is worth it or not. I believe the price is is good for the possibilities that can come from this and features for the future. I’ve spent more on new and established apps that turned out to be not so good. I think the dev is doing a great job with this project and I’m looking forward to see where it goes. The potential here is something that I want to see progress over time. Also I would love to see a native Mac version of the app.
Dec 30, 2020
I love this app and write in it everyday but I accidentally deleted it because the delete button was wayyy to close to the Done button. You don't have to move the button, just make a recently deleted folder.
Dec 13, 2020