We Recommend: Friday for Android is a Great Journal App, That Records Your Life (Video)

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  • 22 Jul 2012
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  • If you own an Android smartphone and are fond of keeping a diary/journal, then maybe you’d like to record your life using the Friday app. The purpose of Friday is to make you remember when you did a certain thing, associated with contacts and places on the maps and even pictures or videos.

    The app runs in the background and it remembers all the major things that happen on your phone. The permission screen of the application makes you realize just how many things this Diary monitors. Once the permission is given, in mere minutes it will start storing data. You’ll see a dashboard of your life and the new version includes applets, independent apps that can be installed separately on the phone, like an app that notifies you about the low battery on the device and if there’s a charger nearby. Another example is an alternate dialer app, that is used instead of the Recent Calls area.

    A travelogue app can be included here and an activity graph. Created by Dexetra, Friday is described as the “first passive auto journal”, that captures your entire life and builds a timeline of it. You must use a Google account when you start it and you can also sync your Twitter and Facebook with it, plus Foursquare. It’s nice that multiple accounts are supported. You can enable and disable services and features, including the phone calls, messages, music, photos and location. More info about the app is available in the video below and you can download it from here for free.

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