6 Great Journaling Apps for Teachers

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July 3, 2017
Below are some popular journaling apps we curated specifically for teachers. You can use them to record your ideas and thoughts and capture your daily activities as you live them. You can then share or sync all of your notes across different devices. Check them out and share with us your feedback.

6 Great Journaling Apps for Teachers
1- Bear
‘Bear is perfect for everything from quick notes, to code snippets, to in-depth essays. A focus mode helps you concentrate, and advanced Markdown and other markup options are an online writer's best friend. Full in-line image support brings your writing to life, and keep yourself on task by adding todos to individual notes.’

2- Moleskine Journal
‘Your best ideas everywhere - Moleskine journals, re-imagined for limitless creativity, productivity and passion. The look and feel are classic Moleskine; the digital capabilities are inspiring. Enjoy all the things you usually do with your Moleskine journals, and send your creations out into the world, page after page.’

3- Diaro 
‘Diaro is a great diary app, designed to record activities, experiences, thoughts and ideas throughout a day and sync data across all your devices. It lets you organize your created diary / journal entries or notes from the past in the easiest way.’

4- My Dairy
‘It does not take much to write your own diary, - this diary app and a little time. Write down what makes you happy today, or did make you sad in the past. A diary for private thoughts, beautiful moments and memories or even small secrets.’

5- Day One
‘Capture life as you live it. From once-in-a-lifetime events to everyday moments, Day One’s elegant interface makes journaling about your life a simple pleasure.’

6- Google Keep
‘Google Keep is an excellent note taking and task management tool for teachers. It lets you record your notes in different formats (text, pictures and audio) and access them across different devices. Since its release awhile ago, several powerful features have been added to Google Keep making it a potent rival to Evernote’