10 best diary apps and journal apps for Android! | Apps & Software

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Diaries and journals have been around for centuries. They are great spots to express your innermost feelings. Frankly, people should do that more often. It would probably help people deal with stuff that people aren’t so good at dealing with anymore. Existential crises aside, and diary apps can be extremely cathartic. Many even have extra features like mood tracking that your old paper journals and diaries couldn’t do. Here are the best diary apps and journal apps for Android!

Daybook is a fairly decent journal app. It has a bunch of functionality. The features include password protection, to-do list features, voice recording (with speech to text), and more. It also has features for expense tracking, a class note book, a trip diary, and other similar uses. The UI is simple Material Design. You get a calendar view and the editing view is free from too many distractions. This one is also completely free with no in-app purchases or ads. That alone makes it an awesome choice in this genre.


Diaro is an above average diary app. You get a lot of the good stuff, including a privacy lock, various themes, support for over 30 languages, geotagging, simple navigation, and more. Those who go pro also get syncing with Dropbox, an ad-free experience, and exporting to PDF. This is also one of the few diary apps with fingerprint scanner support. It’s easy to use and very few unnecessary distractions. This one seems primed for a subscription service eventually. We don’t think that’s a good idea, but for now, it’s a single price tag.


Luci is a dream journal and a good one. It features a colorful and functional UI. Some other features include a sleep recorder for you sleep talkers out there. Additionally, you get no ads, syncing and backup options, a sketchpad, a lock function, reminders, and more. It’s usable as a normal journal or diary. However, the features make it work best for recording your dreams rather than your everyday life. There isn’t a free version. However, $1.49 is fairy inexpensive comparatively speaking. Just make sure you try it inside of the refund time to make sure you like it.

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