I'm looking for a mood tracking app to run on my Android phone. I'm looking for something:
- That works offline
- Open source
But I'll take any recommendation/suggestion that doesn't tick all the boxes :)
@eliotberriot do you wish for multiple moods in a day or just one?
daylio is fairly simple and allows you multiple moods in a day, pixels - mental self awareness allows for just one
@Sapphaos multiple, my main goal is to detect and track fast changes in my mood over the course of a day or a few hours.
Daylio pops up regularly in my search, I just regret that it's not open source and contains add but I can live without this for now :)
I used Daylio for a bit of time now. It's really nice, there's no account needed, but it's alas not opensource :c as far as I know there's no app that tick this box.
But it's a nice app, I use it since ~ march now, and bonus: it stores everything in a sqlite database so if the export options don't make you happy you can do it by yourself by copying the database and playing with it with, say, python 💜
@Electron thanks, I think I will try this one!
(that's what I use when I do my monthly mood recap, I did a tiny script that exports the db to a clean csv format, that I then plot with pandas and matplotlib.pyplot 💜)
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