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Journaling is an easy way to score a great deal of personal satisfaction. By scribbling down your daily trials for posterity’s sake, you’ll be able to look back on the successes and train wrecks of your life, alternating between whimsy and the cold sweats of remorse for years to come. If you’re a novice to journaling, you’ll want to settle on a method that’s easy to use, secure and reliable. Having used MaxJournal on my iPad for over a month, I can say that the application more than fits the bill.
Keeping the facts straight is easy with the generous set of tools provided by MaxJournal.
The beauty of MaxJournal can be found in its simplicity of design and purpose. Its uncluttered interface makes it very clear that a lot of thought has gone into ensuring that the application’s users can quickly log their exploits and then easily find them to read over again later. A ribbon of dates runs down the left-hand side of the screen. Dates you’ve made entries on are marked in blue, making them easy to locate at a glance. The other side of the screen has a sidebar where you can attach pictures from your iPad’s Photos app to your entries. You can even tag your adventures to help you sort through them years down the road. Most importantly, the journal’s text entry area is easy to read in most lighting conditions. You can timestamp your entries, and personalize them with a number of fonts and font sizes.
Keep it secret. Keep it safe.
There’s no point in logging your life for years if you’ve no way to ensure the safety of your entries. Fortunately, MaxJournal has you covered there too. You can password-protect your journal, and export individual entries to a number of different file formats. Best of all, your whole journal can be backed up to your Mac via iTunes.
If a picture’s worth 1,000 words, attaching a bunch to your journal entries makes your life look like an epic.
MaxJournal will please most users with just one use, and boasts features to keep them journaling for years to come.
Easy to learn and use. Password protected. Attentive developer makes frequent, thoughtful updates.
Marker Felt as a font option...sigh…