MyDiary 2

Developer: My Diary, Inc.

Current Version: 1.4

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 1.7 MB - Download


Keeping a traditional, private diary is different from blogging on the web,It's about finding your inner-most feelings instead of sharing stories with your friends.

Writing down your true feelings and reviewing them later will allow you to get to know yourself more and act as a memory of your experiences to look back on in the future.

My Diary is a great tool for keeping your diary private, anytime, anywhere. Whenever you get an idea or feeling, just tab on My Diary and write it down, and you will find keeping a diary has never been this easy.

Most successful people keep a private diary to improve themselves. Want to know more about yourself and make yourself better?Get started now with My Diary!
1.paging by months
2.change font size by pinching
3.tagging by color
4.Passcode lock protection


Release Notes:

add print feature


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.4
Review by Coffeekoala

Great diary app - Why are there so few journalling apps in the app store (for the iMac anyway)? I wanted something basic to record daily thoughts and after searching the app store, decided to spend the $ on this one. What a great purchase, I am so happy with this. All I’ve been looking for is a basic diary app to write in that could be passcode protected. I don’t need fancy stuff, and I certainly don’t want to have to learn how to use an app when all I want to do is write. This app worked out perfectly. It offers the ability to add mulitple entries per day that can be customized with color-coded tags. I appreciate the customizable font/color/size. So overall, I would say that it is definitely worth it. I am very happy with my puchase.

Found helpful by 31 out of 31 people
Version 1.2.3
Review by heliumballoon

Good app - But this has COMPLETELY DELETED MY ENTRIES TWO DIFFERENT TIMES. I had about 30 entries each time when unexpectedly, they were deleted. FIXTHIS i will not be using this app any longer!!

Found helpful by 64 out of 65 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.4
Review by Tootsie_dougan


Found helpful by 8 out of 12 people
Version 1.4
Review by MyHappyCat

Basic, perfect. - Just downloaded and began using. It's exactly what I was looking for, a basic password-protected journal. You can make more than one entry a day, edit previous entries. You can change the date on the entry, which I did with my first, as I wanted to begin with an entry on Thanksgiving. Just click on the date and type in the month/day or year you want. Love the color coding so I can sort by dreams, events, ideas, etc.

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
Version 1.4
Review by Skathka

Password… really? - This is most ridiculous feature I have ever had the displeasure in working with. No password reset. Really? And you call yourselves coders? I am the first to complain about this, and won’t be the last until someone fixes it. And, a broken link to a mythical support tem is not a great confidence builder. Come on Apple, thought you checked what you publish better than that.

Found helpful by 7 out of 10 people
Version 1.4
Review by pollybarks

I can’t remember my password - I probably would update this app however I don’t know how to retrieve or reset my password!

Found helpful by 5 out of 16 people
Version 1.4
Review by ke67ll

Basic, but useful. Here’s how to set the passcode (in case you were wondering). - I just downloaded this today, so haven’t used it much yet. It is a simple/basic diary app that seems useful but without a lot of bells and whistles. Like a previous reviewer, I had difficulty figuring out how to set a passcode or password at first. Unfortunately the tech support button on this page only took me to a website written in Chinese so I couldn’t read it or figure out how to get help. Fortunately I was able to figure it out on my own. For others who may experience this difficulty you can set a passcode to make your journal private by first clicking “MyDiary2” on the bar at the top of your screen (next to the Apple). From the dropdown menu select “preferences” and it will give you an opportunity to set your passcode (4-digit number only). Hope this helps!

Found helpful by 39 out of 39 people