iOS/Mac: Day One has long been the go-to journaling app for Apple devices. It’s feature rich, well designed and consistently updated. Today, a new version launches for both iOS and Mac with a few added features and a new price tag.
The somewhat awkwardly named Day One 2 adds in a bunch of new features. You can now keep multiple journals at once and add multiple photos to each entry. You can also give each journal a custom colour and name. This makes it a lot easier to keep your journals separated, so you can keep one private journal, another for travel and whatever else. The iOS version also adds in a new map view so you can see which journal entries were created at specific locations.
There’s a catch though. The app’s not a free upgrade and actually comes with a pretty hefty price increase. The iOS version is launching at $7.99 for the week, which is half its regular price. The Mac app is launching at $30.99, before doubling after a week, which makes sense for a lot of reasons, but is still a pretty tough pill to swallow if you’ve already purchased the original versions.