FREE Moody Me - Mood Diary and Tracker iPhone App
Have more happy days! Track your mood with the Moody Me mood tracker app to find out what makes you feel good. Log your mood, note what affects it and record any treatments you’re taking. Take pictures of what makes you happy and play them back for an instant lift. Or see what makes you sad so you can better manage your mood. Whether you are managing a mood disorder, want to see how certain medications affect you or just want a snapshot of your disposition, Moody Me is the app for you!
Find out what boosts your mood
Track your mood wherever you are
• Take pictures of what affects your mood
• Feeling down? Play a slideshow of your happy photos
• See how your mood changes over time
• Sync automatically to your MedHelp Mood Tracker – and more!
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