Mood Tracking Journal and Diary

Also called Moodtrack Diary, this is an app designed for users who want to keep track of their moods. Moodtrack Diary lets users rate their mood multiple times every day. It also provides space to write down daily events and medication use. It then displays these ratings on graphs that allow users to detect patterns and triggers for their moods. It also allows users to give and receive feedback with other Moodtrack users through social media. Moodtrack Diary is intended to assist and empower users to better manage their daily lives through healthier decision-making. It was also created to be a helpful adjunct for those users in mental health treatment.

Available for: Mobile devices
Company:Matthew Windwer
Classification: Symptom Tracker
Targeted conditions: Mood Disorders, PTSD and Other Anxiety Disorders
Target demographic: Adolescents and Adults
Special provider necessary: No
Non-English Language versions available: No
Where to get it: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moodtrack-private-diary/id545536364?mt=8 https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moodtrack-diary/id549251057?mt=8


Expert ratings and reviews

PsyberGuide rating: The research and support basis of the product

Total score: 6/14

subscores
Basis of research: 0/3
Source of funding for the research: 0/2
Specificity of proposed intervention: 1/3
Number of consumer ratings: 3/3
Product advisory support:  unknown
Software support:  2/2

date of rating: June 2016

Explanation of the rating factors


MARS rating

  • Two experts rated the MARS
  • Quality scores range from 1 to 5, where 5 is the maximum score

Objective quality score: 3.37

Subscale scores:

Engagement: 2.90

Functionality: 4.13

Aesthetics: 3.33

Information: 3.13


Subjective quality score: 1.50

Perceived impact score: 1.58

 

Independently rated by the Queensland University of Technology

Date of rating: August 2016

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Expert review

Read the comparative review of mood tracking apps by expert Dr. Alice Saperstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, Columbia University Medical Center




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