Swipe from right to left to select which face best represents your mood, such as happy, OK or angry. You are then asked if you want to take a picture so you can remember why you felt that way. If you want to see all the photos that made you feel happy, you can visit the “Gallery” section of the app where all your photos are organized based on how you felt. You can also input treatments (e.g. medication, meditation) and events (work stress, menstrual cycle) enabling you to connect how certain factors affect your mood.
Compare this tracker to others in the Mood Apps Chart.
Since the app is affiliated with MedHelp, the forum section allows you to access their condition-specific communities and post questions
What we wish it had
The ability to input other data points, like events or treatments, immediately rather than having to go into the mood log and edit it
Photos from the manufacturer’s website