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In its recent review of Day One, Macworld has this to say:
I’ve kept paper journals in the past, but never stuck with them. Filling those blank pages felt too much like a chore. Bloom Built’s superb Day One makes keeping a journal easier than ever, thanks to smart features and a beautiful, welcoming interface. —Nathan Alderman, Macworld
Check out the rest of Macworld’s review of Day One
Yesterday, Day One was awarded an Apple Design Award at the 2014 Worldwide Developers Conference. We venerate Apple as a design and technology leader, and to be given this recognition is tremendously gratifying. We wish to thank all of Day One’s customers—your stories about Day One inspire and encourage us! » Read More: Apple Design Awards 2014 Winner: Day One
Jack Dorsey, the creator, co-founder, and Chairman of Twitter, Inc. And the founder / CEO of Square tweeted a nice endorsement for Day One today.
Day One Journal has come a very long way. Using it every day now. itun.es/us/ESRiz.i
— Jack Dorsey (@jack) November 7, 2012
Ellis Hamburger reporting from the popular tech news website, The Verge recently interviewed Paul for the ‘5 Minutes on the Verge‘ section.
People have been creating digital journals for years, but Day One feels different. What’s the most important thing that contributes to its success?
I think the idea of micro-blogging or short status updates based on popular social media sites, Twitter and Facebook, allows users to easily… » Read More: Paul Interviewed on the Verge
It’s almost like it’s a word processor that is designed around the idea of writing something every day, or writing something according to a calendar. Because the central user interface is indeed what looks like a hipper version of iCal.
See this segment of MacBreak Weekly episode #274
A great piece written by Jared Erondu on Macgasm after a recent interview with me. Make it yourself! A talk with Paul Mayne, creator of Day One.
Day One is by far the best journal app on both App Stores (iTunes and Mac App Store). Its interface is beautiful and it’s obvious that the creator has a thing for design. Not only is the app on the iPhone, iPad, and… » Read More: Macgasm Interview: Make it yourself
This is a really simple journaling app by a good friend, Paul Mayne. It syncs with Dropbox and makes journaling as easy as tweeting. Consequently, on a day like today — Japan, the first day of SXSW, etc — it seems an appropriate time to start using Day One. (Mac, iPad, iPhone)
Currently available and featured as #1 today… » Read More: Cameron Moll on Day One