By Brian, 12 October, 2016 Forum iOS and iPadOS Does anyone know of a journal we can use on iOS? Not really looking at A diary or calendar just something for me to write down thoughts and look back on in future Options Log in or register to post comments Comments Day one journal I would recomend day one journal. This app isn't free. The current price is 5 dollars. Personal Diary I use Personal Diary. Its a very simple app completely voiceover friendly, and very easy to use. And it is free. Here is the link: https://appsto.re/us/rkpV-.i Journal Thanks, will take a look. Personal diary Thanks for this app suggestion. Do you know how to remove the emoticons which appear automatically in each entry? I use notes I use notes, the native app. You can create folders in it and then you can have a folder named journal. I write my diary this way. If you don't like that there is Pages, but it is tricky to make folders there and you have to drag and drop wich I personally don't think present any problem for me, but some other blind persons don't like drag-and-drop. I'd say notes. Sorry, I don't think you can remove the emoticons If you double tap on the top you can change the emoticon, the weather, and the date, but I don't think you can aluminate any of them. At first it was a little annoying, but I have learned to ignore them Other than that, this is a great little app! Chuck Day One Wondering if the Day One app is still accessible. I haven’t seen any comments about this sinc 2016 and I don’t want to pay for an app I cant use. Why not use notebooks It is quite accessible and has a lot of functions. Yep, Day one is still… Yep, Day one is still accessible. Using it daily. Yes, you can In settings you can turn off Mood and Weather by default. If you just want to keep a simple journal it is great and it is free. And it still gets updates. Privacy Hi, If privacy is a concern, as it is with me, you can pay for a yearly subscription to DayOne. I believe this also lets you use DayOne on the Mac, too. I am not remembering correctly everything about this because I have had DayOne since 2014, and features have been added along the way. And there are a lot of features that I am not talking about here. You can go to their site at https://www.dayoneapp.com and check out the help articles before you decide. Dreamwidth Hi. Although not an app, I have used Dreamwidth on my Mac and iPhone since 2014. There are free and paid accounts available, and the main site is completely accessible with VoiceOver. They also have a mobile site which I've used on occasion, and it works well too. Just head on over to https://www.dreamwidth.org . They might have an app in the future, but that remains to be seen. For those of you who are privacy-conscious, I recommend you check them out.