Life logger contains apps that would make you want to document your life in whatever media possible. Whether you're one who spends time writing or just want to look at all the stuff that happened, there is something for you.
Want to know what you were doing a year ago (at least what was recorded in your social networks)? Timehop gives you what you were doing on the particular day you used it, but a few years back. You can't navigate to a particular date, nor does it...
a straightforward day to day journal that has a clean UI and a single banner ad that can be removed even you purchase pro. if you find all the other journal apps in this channel a bit showy, you can try this simpler one.
this writing app is the most beautiful writing app I've ever encountered. plus there is an undo button! UNDO BUTTON! nothing can beat that - even my old writing pal app Writer doesn't have it. we now have a winner!
life logging didn't only pertain to the fun part of your life. it also pertains to work and the number of hours you spent on projects and activities. good thing there's Jiffy which makes time logging easy and beautiful.
what better way to life log than to curate your social network sites? this app beats expectations as it works just as advertised. it doesn't hurt that it has a clean UI too. RebelMouse is one app you'll keep
An automatic logger like Friday, only it's not in beta! I admit though that I can't use it because it's not available in my country (/kicks) but the screenshots looks gorgeous, and I'm really weak when it comes to pretty looking apps.
Want to make your own masterpiece but is too lazy to edit? Magisto is your savior. You can now put together the clips you've been saving (collecting dusts) in your phone memory, create that video you've been putting off, & watch your precious moments
At one glance thus may not seem as eye-catching as the others, but you can totally customize it depending on your taste. Only the pro version provides the syncing through all your devices and ad-free (as usual), but this is worth checking out.
If you're more hands-on when it comes to your journal, Flava is for you. With a pretty UI and cloud storage, you're sure that you wouldn't lose anything as long as you sync. Offline storage is unavailable at the moment and only 300mb could be stored.
Lovely Dream logger! There is a lot to fault this app for (like the lack of ability to edit entries for example) but the way it presents your dreams in colors is too interesting that you may just use its website as well if you're not aware.
You can use it as is, but you can also combine it with IFTTT (if this then that) to create your own automatic logger. The possibilities are endless with this jack off all trades app, if you get past through the lag.
Automatically sorts your photo and video albums according to their date! Check out this aesthetically pleasing app with its ability to share to the popular social sites by uploading your pictures through their own private site for to to share.