If you would rather have your journal on your desktop or laptop instead of smartphone, tablet or browser, there are some amazing options these days. If Mac is your flavor of choice, you now have the ability to browse through (relatively) new Mac App Store and find the journal that looks best for you. Better yet, I’ve browsed through it for you and narrowed them down to the best 5 Mac journals and diaries that your money can buy.
As you read these summaries and research more details in the actual App Store, remember these important features you need to look for in an eJournal that you can settle down with: password lock, picture insert, Dropbox or other cloud integration. There are more, obviously, but these are essential features that I wouldn’t go without.
Featured at Easy Journaling several times, Day One is the premier
While not as aesthetically pleasing as Day One, MiJournal incl
This simple di
4. Mémoires– $14.99
This journal doesn’t have the looks of Diary or Day One but it
If you like your journals or diaries to have the look of a cle
I’m a little torn on MacJournal. Any list of Mac journals
All that being said, however, you really have to be in love with what it offers to spend $40 on it when there are similar, if not better, options for a fraction of the cost. And I also tried the iPhone version and wasn’t impressed. So, in short, know that it exists, but I’m not recommending it.