Moodnotes

Moodnotes

By ThrivePort, LLC

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-08-06
  • Current Version: 2.3.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 45.03 MB
  • Developer: ThrivePort, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,597 Ratings

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. ustwo studio (creators of Monument Valley) and Thriveport’s clinical psychologist founders (creators of MoodKit) have partnered 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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  • Best mood app

    5
    By Forever on time
    So quick and simple to use, plus it points out ways to think differently about negative thoughts.
  • FIX

    2
    By AceDsk
    I like it but really wish it had a dark mode. Also the screen won't scroll down as I type more and I end up typing behind the keys.
  • Wonderful app

    5
    By CCsaszar
    I appreciate how easy to use the app is, and that I can select my mood in seconds or take some time to fill out more details. I appreciate the reflective questions as well. Highly recommend to anyone!
  • Good app

    4
    By ilbdriii
    My therapist said she didn’t like the use of the words positive and negative which turn her off the app. But I understand the use of those words may be deeper than just being good or bad so don’t know if you should change it.
  • Mood notes

    5
    By Lilmanny153
    I love this app even if I had to pay for it I think it was worth it I love to be able to write down my thoughts and why I’m thinking that away it a very nice app and it throws me out a reminder to how was my day
  • Yes

    5
    By MM "yum"
    Yes we can get them
  • A Great App

    5
    By be-a-melody
    I would recommend this app to everybody. It helps you get your thoughts down and pinpoint how you were feeling. But my favorite part is after 10 or so entries, you get to look back and gain insight. And this inside helps you to see patterns. And for me, I realized how stuck I am on the same things. It was almost a common theme. And I think we all have one. You just don’t realize it until you truly see the writing in front of you. You can’t dismiss it. As long as you are Frank and honest, you can get real results. I also like the feature that your feelings and percentages so that you can see what your core problems are. Once you know that, you can begin to change it. And I use other apps for that process. But this is a great beginning. It’s like a mini journal. And it’s help me get straight to the point with what I’m feeling and what’s happening to me at the moment. I wish that the questions are varied after you submit your feelings but I still give it five stars!
  • Amazing

    5
    By jejeh fisvejduhed
    This really helps me calm down love that it’s password protected although it costs money it is worth it
  • Love it

    5
    By miaisnotonfire83
    I have mental heath problems and this apps helps so much. I really recommend getting it, it’s worth every penny
  • Good app

    3
    By AstroGirlBunny
    Negative emotions need to be expanded. People with chronic pain can use this app but are limited by what they can list what they feel. To be honest the list of emotions in general can be expanded. For instance I can be in pain but be happy at the same time. It’s very important to list both of those and at what percentage all of the various feelings are. There is a very strong relationship between chronic pain and depression that often gets missed that this app has a wonderful opportunity to show a user ‘hey! Your depression may be caused, or at least contributed by, your chronic pain!’ That could prompt them to get treatment changes and, oh my god, help improve their life. And for those that know the correlation, it’s still terribly easy to forget and then wonder “am I going crazy?”. Such great opportunities for this app!

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