Its key features:
1. Your feeling is your individual privacy, so you would not like any one to know it. Therefore, we design a password to you to protect your feeling. The password is special, you should think a safe password.
2. After you set your password, you can enter this app. After you enter this app, you can find the “feeling” button, touch and a page appears before you. You can write down your feeling here.
3. This app also provides another function. You can keep a diary on this app. It supports you to add new diary. When you keep a new diary, don’t forget to choose the type to manage your diaries conveniently later.
4. You can input the time and rate. Don’t forget to save it. A calendar is provided to browse the diaries of one day easily.
5. The new type can be added through the icon “Add type”.
6. If the password is know by others, you should reset it quickly. There is a “password” button; you can click it to reset the password. Keep your password carefully.
Sometime you want have some happy or sad feeling, you may can’t find one to say. At that time, you need a piece of paper to write your feeling down. But sometimes you can find one piece of paper. Therefore, you may lose your feeling when you want to express it again.
If you have installed this app in your mobile phone, you need not to find a piece of paper and pen. Using your mobile phone, you take down your feeling in time. Besides, you can keep a diary. This is a design which can let you kill two birds with only one stone. Why don’t you download this app?
As internet access became widely available, many people adopted it as another medium in which to chronicle their lives with the added dimension of an audience. The first online diary is considered to be Claudio Pinhanez's "Open Diary," published at the MIT Media Lab website from 14 November 1994 until 1996.
General speaking, the term is today employed for personal diaries, intended to remain private or to have a limited circulation amongst friends. The word "journal" can be sometimes used for "diary," but usually a diary has daily entries, whereas journal-writing can be less frequent.
Whilst a diary can provide information for a memoir, autobiography or biography, it is written not with the intention of being published as it stands, but for the author's own use. In recent years, there is internal evidence in some diaries (e.g., those of Ned Rorem, Alan Clark, Tony Benn or Simon Gray) that they are written with publication in mind, with the intention of self-vindication (pre- or posthumous) or simply for profit.
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