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Thursday, 14 August 2014

Gratitude Journey - App Review



There is a theory that creating and maintaining a journal leads to happiness.

this App takes things one stage further in making you grateful for what you already have.

Now for the ACIDS test:

Aesthetics
When you first start the App there are some simple instructions that neatly lead you to create your first entry (everyone has to start somewhere).

You are now on a screen with today's date (this can easily be modified via the scroll wheel) and you are prompted to enter something for which you are grateful, to which you can add a photo from within the App, or from your existing pictures. This is then assigned to a 'standard' category (Concepts & ideas, food, moments, people, places, things, wins & successes), or just make up your own.

having done that, press Save and you are invited to set up a reminder (this can also be done later). You can then elect for a daily reminder (set the time), gratitude gift (pop-up appears), lapse reminder (you are reminded after x days that you haven't made an entry).

Cost
The App costs $1.

Indispensability
For those of us who always want more, perhaps a gentle reminder of what we have already got should be compulsory.

Dependability
The 'dependability' is totally reliant on you; there are no problems with the App.

Security
The App can be password protected with a 4 number code.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Thank the developer for the App!

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get Gratitude Journey here and support for the App here.


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