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Most other journal apps only send you one reminder during the day, but with Day One, you can get prompted to write at, say, when you start the day, at lunchtime, and then at the end of your workday to keep track throughout the day.
We tested the remaining apps over two weeks—creating journal entries daily (or almost daily).
Also, Glimpses doesn't have built-in reminders, but for a completely free, modern journaling app that works with Windows 7 and above, we're not complaining. Glimpses Pricing: Free Journey is the one journaling app we found that works across pretty much any device.
And it does it well, with features that rival those of our other top journaling app picks—support for up to 4 images or video, syncing to Google Drive, exporting to multiple formats, auto location and weather, password protection, and even importing Day One entries.
If you'd rather speak than type, you can dictate your thoughts—and the speech recognition is actually accurate, in our tests.
You can attach an audio file, an inked drawing, or any other type of file to your entries, as well as multiple photos.