To make sure users can get their thoughts down no matter where they are, Mariner Software recently released MacJournal for iPad. New journals and entries are easily created, tagged, and labeled. For added security, if needed, journals or entries can be locked, and even encrypted. How to create a new journal: while in the Journals screen, click the edit button.
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Quotes in Instapaper or Bear Great home ideas in Pinterest Interesting screenshots in Bear Tasks and events often come through email, so my email inbox is a bit of a repository as well. Bear is great at being a giant scrapbook of useful and useless!
I throw anything and everything into Bear and use Bear to house all sorts of information and data to search and use at a later time. And I generally jump into Bear four or five times a day to keep my notes organized. If the note is a personal memory or something I want to speak about to my future self, I send the note to Day One.
Everything is searchable and is available to be referenced in an email, in a blog post, in an app review, in a text message, and so on. Generally, I just share important photos directly into Day One using the share sheet.
Screenshots, however, often get added to Bear along with a little annotation to highlight what part of the screenshot I found interesting. Right around the time The Sweet Setup launched the Learn Ulysses course, Shawn posted his Ulysses setup and outlined how he kept all his research, notes, quotes, ideas, and inspiration inside Ulysses alongside all his actual writing.
Much the same could be said about Day One. Day One has staying power — its popularity in the App Store inspires confidence regarding its long-term development — and many of its organizational features like tags and multiple journals give it the capabilities necessary to organize and reference boat-loads of research. For those who want to keep everything in one place, it might make a lot of sense to house everything inside an app like Day One.
The reason I use Bear is pretty simple: I prefer the way it handles attached files. All this works for me to stay on top of interesting data, links, ideas, pictures, charts, and quotes for the future.
Day One is, and has always been, the app that best embodies me. And if you want to discover how to use this app more regularly, and take full advantage of all its features, then we have some video screencasts that can help you. In our course, Day One in Depth , you get 8 video screencasts that will take you line by line through every feature, setting, preference, and option found in Day One. How to create and customize your journal entries from text, to photo, to audio How to find, filter, export, and more.
You will get bonus tips, workflows, and tutorials for how best to use Day One to suit your own needs: from a morning writing time to a photographic travel log, to weekly reviews and productivity journaling — Day One can do it all and we will show you how. I copied and pasted and changed a bunch of those dates to try to build out my Day One.
MacJournal for iPad
And MacJournal is appealing not as a blogging solution, but as a database solution for maintaing multiple journals with optional encryption and password protection. Without a hitch, digital signals transitioned across the wireless airwaves, decapsulating its payload into my mobile interface. Wireless syncing between the iPad and desktop apps works without a hitch and is completely automatic. However, journal management, search functionality, and journal locks remain intact.
macjournal for ipad
Tahn Login or create an account to post a review. Easily create a journal — for your dreams, your family or a special time of life — anything. The bottom line is that no one should attempt to link via DropBox unless they are 1 running TimeMachine and 2 know how to use it to restore deleted files I had to recover a decade of notes that were deleted in one of my attempts. It started out a buggy, crap app and remains very much mqcjournal in the latest version.
MacJournal for the iPad
MacJournal writing software arrives on the iPad