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6 Best Mood Tracker Apps For Bipolar Disorder And Anxiety

by Kaushal

While most doctors recommend writing your thoughts on a piece of paper if you are diagnosed with bipolar disorder or anxiety, but only if papers were limitless. So, if you are like me, who prefer to use an app over pen and paper, well, then here are some of the best mood tracker apps to track these episodes and analyze our mood.

While there is no shortage of mood tracker apps on Google Play Store, and most of them are great but you might want to narrow your search results according to your specific needs. We have found a few apps that would help everyone who is looking to jot down their daily activities and keep track of their moods.

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The apps listed below are to help you keep track and analyze your daily emotions and moods :

Best Mood Tracker Apps

1. Daylio

Daylio is a micro-journal app which lets you keep track of your mood, monitor activities and make new habits by highlighting patterns. The UI is simple yet intuitive which is a plus for easy navigation.

The best part about this app is the icon-based data entry. Once you set up the app, you’ll get a popup at a specified time of the day, asking you to enter your mood by tapping one of the 5 mood buttons (like rad, good, bad or awful etc) followed by an activity. For example, if you had a bad day, you can tap on the ‘Awful’ icon, followed by the activity that made you feel that way like working 12+ hours or missing a meal. When you do it for a while the progress is displayed in charts and graphs.

You get only two reminder option in the free version which can be removed by upgrading to the paid version. You get a couple of different results based on your mood, activity, and achievements. This apps generates based on your input data which is great for analyzing habits and mood shifts.

In general, Daylio is one of the best mood tracker apps for people who are looking to track their daily habits with minimal app involvement. Just set the app once and it’ll give you non-intrusive pop every day at the specific time of the day. No need to open the app to enter your mood. And after a while, you can use this data to look for patterns in your daily habits, make sense of those mood swings and maybe make a few new habits.


Daylio is available for free on the Play Store and iTunes, the upgrade is available for $3.99 for Android and iOS through in-app purchase, you would get complete ad removal, infinite reminders, automatic backups and more.

2. Moodcast

Originally known as Diary Mood Tracker, Moodcast works as a smart journal which encourages you to take notes of your activities daily by writing it down like a journal and then it automatically detects your mood to create a profile based on your data entry.

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Tap on the + button on the bottom right to begin your journal, it doesn’t have to be anything specific, you can write about your day and assign a mood to it, or even better the app does it for you automatically based on your writing style, sounds fun right? It generates the data based on how frequently and honestly you write about yourself and creates a monthly chart of your mood and activities which can be accessed by tapping on the statistics button.

Just like Daylio, you get a detailed insight into your mood, habits, and emotions with informative charts and graphs for a set period of time, but you also get additional features like journal style data entry and an option to export your reports on excel spreadsheets if you upgrade to the premium version of the app.

This app is for people who like to write own their daily experiences and wish to look for patterns because Moodcast does that for you by guessing your writing style and generating a profile for you.

Price: Moodcast is available for free on Play Store and comes with in-app purchases. The premium version removes any ads from the app, you can import and export social activity for better report analysis and an option to export excel spreadsheet from your app.

3. Stigma

Stigma is a combination of a mood tracker, journal app, and a blog.

It works by simply prompting you to write about your emotions a couple of times a day, it can be dialed down if that’s too intrusive. It categorizes every journal under emotions like excited, overwhelmed, sad and many more. you can publish the journals to the public anonymously, you can share it with your friends or keep it private. The best feature of this app is the community support, it helps you connect with people and strengthen friendships.

This app is for people who just don’t want a mood tracker but also wish to socialize and look out for support.

Pricing: This app is available iOS for free and can be downloaded from iTunes, this app has in-app purchase which offers premium features and support for $2.99.

4. T2 Mood Tracker:

T2 Mood Tracker may look a little funky but works really well. It is specifically designed to help you monitor your anxiety, depression, PTS, and stress.

This app has made our list just because of how effective it has been for so many people. This app works using your vitals. The only data input required by this app is your Fitbit data which it receives once you connect it to your wearable device. Right now it only supports input from Fitbit, we can hope they’ll add other devices soon.

T2 prompts you to connect your Fitbit with the app and then proceeds to collect your vitals and steps info stores it on a database on the phone. It processes the data to generate a report of your physical health and how it corresponds with your pre-existing conditions like Anxiety or depression.  The results generated are plotted on a graph and can be exported and shared with your doctor.

It is not a traditional journal style app or a mood tracker. It collects real-time data from your body vitals and analyzes it to produce insightful information that can use by your medical practitioner to help evaluate your progress.

T2 can be used by anyone who has depression, anxiety, PTS, and stress. It produces accurate results and can be very helpful in improving general wellbeing.


This is free to use and has no ads, it is available for Android and can be downloaded from the Play Store

5. aiMei

This is not just a mood tracker app but also has an inbuilt AI-powered chat that helps you input daily mood. Apart from charts and graphs like previous apps, this app has personality test.

Your personality report is generated when you take 4 inbuilt tests in the app which are good if you wish to take a look at your personality. It also calculates your emotional intelligence automatically which is based on the result of the personality tests. It asks about your mood each time you use this app and isn’t very intrusive which is nice if you’re looking for this feature. Based on your data, it generates a report of your mood in easy to understand graphs.

The emoji ranking may seem out-of-place but it sits well with today’s texting generation and it is kind of relevant if you think about it, most of our generation uses emojis in their daily lives to convey emotions so it makes sense to measure our emotions in emojis.

This app is for people who don’t just want a mood tracker because it has a unique set of features which might intrigue a few, AI chat, Personality test, emotional intelligence calculator and goal management.

Pricing: This app is free and available on the Play Store.

6. eMoods:

This probably one of the best apps on the market. eMoods is a very intuitive app with a very simple UI, you can log activity every day by simply tapping the buttons which correspond to the level for one emotion. This may seem a little complicated but it’s really not. The whole picture comes together when you gather the data for a few days in an informative graph. The calendar keeps track of the activities and displays little dots for each emotion input that day.

This app also has a dedicated blog to help users with general questions about moods and health. You can always contact a crisis helpline if you want when nothing works. They also have an option of online therapy which would help you find a right counselor for your condition.

If you pay for the app it lets you time stamp the notes which can be very helpful in exacting the situation. you can add medication notifications in this app if you often forget to take your pills, which I believe is a great option. You can also generate a detailed report of your daily activities and present it to your counselor which should help you in getting a better diagnosis.

This app is for people who wish to create a detailed profile of their daily activities and extensive analysis of data to get a better perspective of their mood and behavior.

Pricing: This app is free on Play Store and can be upgraded to premium by becoming a patron and paying $10.

Honorable Mentions

These following apps may not have made it to our list but are nevertheless very useful and deserve appreciation.

Breathe2Relax: This app helps you reduce anxiety by regulating your breathing pattern and monitoring your vitals like BP and heart rate.

MemoryMood: This app helps you make a mood chart which is essentially a projection of your mood through the day.

Diaro: keep track of your things with this journal and arrange them in folders.

Best Mood Tracker Apps

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Wrapping UP

There are so many more apps which can help you keep track of your emotions and moods.  These apps can help you find patterns and optimize daily habits. If you’re looking for a minimal app that requires less engagement then you can opt for Daylio, if you want a detailed report about yourself you can choose eMoods. People with conditions like depression get help with T2 Mood tracker and is a wise choice. aiMei is a fun app and can be used by anyone.

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