Dyrii Journal
Dyrii Journal
1.19

4.9

Dyrii Journal free download for Mac

Dyrii Journal

1.19
22 January 2019

Diary for your memories (was Dyrii).

Overview

Dyrii Journal is more than just a diary or a journal. It is a time capsule for all your memories and experiences on planet earth!

Examples of use:

  • Write privately instead of on social media
  • On busy days, capture photos, audio, video on-the-go
  • Automatically log all the places you visit in a day
  • Keep notes on your health and mood
  • Effortlessly write using a library of templates specialized for dream notes, gratitude, annual resolutions, CBT, health, and wellness etc
Features
  • Timeline for all your private posts and activities
  • Record rich text, photos, audio, video, sketches, handwritten notes
  • Advanced editor with inline formatting and multiple attachments
  • Automatic journal to keep log of all the places your visit each day
  • Day/Week view to easily glimpse through your days
  • Tags for organizing and indexing your own way
  • Health and mood tracker to keep notes about health incidents
  • Creative Slate to sketch, doodle, or create handwritten notes with the Apple Pencil
  • Private storage to securely store your data in your iCloud account
  • Offline mode to store data locally on the device for additional privacy
  • Other features such as passcode and Touch ID, reminders, print to PDF, and import data from other apps

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

What's new in Dyrii Journal

Version 1.19:
  • Resolved an issue that caused print and PDF export to not work properly

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5 Dyrii Journal Reviews

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Gazman
09 July 2017

Most helpful

Early days yet, but this app is already showing a lot of promise. To me, and for my usage, this has the most functional Mac app of all the diary apps I own. Too many of the others (Including a popular one which was quite expensive) feel more like iPad apps that have been ported to the Mac. For my other diary apps I used to do my actual writing in a 3rd party app such as ByWord and then cut and paste it into the app - with Dyrii I do my writing in the app itself, it's actually a pleasure to write in. I've already bought a yearly subscription of $10 a year to help support the future development of this app. The free version will give you a good feel for what this app is about.
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Version 1.04
szeoli-1
13 January 2018
I've tried out several of the diary/journal apps and I find that I like Dyrii best of the ones that use markdown formatting. It works well and has a really great feature called "Afterthoughts." These are additions to an entry that look somewhat like text messages. This is an interesting way to highlight your later reactions to your entry, or updates.
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Version 1.14
ibalek01
15 July 2017
We have added import from DayOne v2 and Dayone Classic to the app. We are now evaluating import from viJournal but not sure how many users might even be interested. Ping me or comment on our community site post, if you are interested in this feature.
https://community.dyrii.com/i60-migrating-from-vijournal
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Version 1.05.3
Gazman
09 July 2017
Early days yet, but this app is already showing a lot of promise. To me, and for my usage, this has the most functional Mac app of all the diary apps I own. Too many of the others (Including a popular one which was quite expensive) feel more like iPad apps that have been ported to the Mac. For my other diary apps I used to do my actual writing in a 3rd party app such as ByWord and then cut and paste it into the app - with Dyrii I do my writing in the app itself, it's actually a pleasure to write in. I've already bought a yearly subscription of $10 a year to help support the future development of this app. The free version will give you a good feel for what this app is about.
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Version 1.04
Jimw
06 July 2017
The free version is a limited feature version. The full version is a subscription priced at $10./year. They claim to offer a purchase price without subscription but I could not find any information on it regarding pricing. Even the subscription pricing is buried in the iTunes/Mac App site, but not listed on their website. That makes me suspicious of the App. Why do they try to hide the cost?.
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Version 1.04
4 answer(s)
ibalek01
ibalek01
07 July 2017
The app is updated now with non-subscription based pricing. Not trying to hide the cost. The cost is even mentioned on the App store description. Check it out.
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Jimw
Jimw
07 July 2017
I did and at the time the cost of the 1 payment option was not listed.

But why is it not on the website that describes and supports it. I am of the opinion that this is another example of a marketing tactic called "Bait & Switch".

Customers are "baited" by offering a limited version of the product for 'free', only to find out after going to the app site, if they are able to find and read the small print, that the complete product costs money. Many not seeing the fine print just download and start using it, only to find out later that many of the features they need costs money. So in reality the product is not really free, unless you are willing to only work with the free versions limited feature set.

The ethical thing to do is call the limited version a trial or demo version, which it really is, so that customers can experience the look and feel of the program to make an informed decision on if they wish to purchase the product. As such the web site should state the real cost of the product up front rather than to have the user have to hunt for the cost or be lured into believing the free product is a stripped version of the real product until the users goes the download the product with the false impression that it contains all the listed features, having missed the fine print in a corner of the window indicating the real cost.

Unfortunately this practice is becoming continuing more prevalent in the industry where marketing replaces specs and an effort is made to make the actual cost of the product hard to find., while list the cost on MacUpdate as 'Free'. I wish MacUpdate would find a way to end what I feel is a deceptive practice
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amutavdzija
amutavdzija
03 August 2017
While I think a "Pricing" tab on the main website would be a helpful and proper addition, I disagree that there is anything unethical about this app or its developers. The website does not overtly say free or paid. However, the buttons leading to the iOS and Mac App Store's are prominently displayed. Upon clicking into the Mac App Store page, one is immediately presented with a list of all possible in-app purchases. Thus, to even the most novice Mac user, there should be no way to have been deceived as the standard Mac App Store requirement of posting in-app purchases on the download page is obviously fulfilled. Calling this unethical is, of course subjective, but I would argue it is also largely misplaced.
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Lumac52
Lumac52
15 November 2017
@Jimw, there is no bait and switch going on here. It happens commonly on Macupdate that apps are listed as "free" and then users get upset when they find out that in fact there is a cost. But this is reflective of how Macupdate works and how it lists apps. It doesn't mean that developers are being in any way misleading. Also, having pricing listed on the App Store is common practice nowadays for apps that are only available through the app store. In fact, I think Dyrii should be commended for offering a free trial, given that many developers don't offer that.
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ibalek01
01 July 2017
v1 used to crash but it is fixed now.
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Version 1.03
$39.99

4.9

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  • macOS 10.12.0 or later
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