"Day One" is your private Twitter.


Sorry I’ve been doing a lot of this kind of stuff lately…

The diary application called « Day One » of Mac is very popular from before, and the sales ranking of the paid application has come to the top, but I installed it again after all this time.

« Day One »


Category: Lifestyle

Update: 2012/01/11

Version: 1.5

Size : 5.1 MB

Language: English

Seller : Bloom Built, LLC

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I’ve been using Evernote for private memos that aren’t open social, and I’ve been blogging and twittering for a while, so I didn’t think there was any room for an app like this.


Easy to read and clean interface

After all, the interface is beautiful. These things are important. I am interested that it is Mac App after all around here.

And the input screen is extremely simple and easy to use.

The iPhone version is also comfortable

On the iPhone, of course.

Needless to say, it is easy to see and use.

iCloud support

This is also, of course, compatible with the cloud.

The default is iCloud, and Dropbox seems to be OK.

I’m in iCloud. Because it was easy because it was set automatically when I started up immediately after installation. The account authentication of iCloud has already been done, and I can use it immediately without putting in the password of ID every time. It is possible to synchronize with iCloud immediately.

I like iCloud. Almost real-time synchronization is still comfortable.

A « chic » message

This DayOne, when you input text, various messages displayed randomly on the input screen are quite « cool ».

It might be interesting to just write something appropriate based on these messages.

« Private » Twitter

So I’ve fallen in love with DayOne even though I’ve only used it for a little while.

It’s just sending text data to a server over the net, but it’s kind of great.


I really like this kind of product, work, and thinking. And I admire it.

This is an app that I have a feeling I’ll be using heavily again.

You know, I was just looking at some blogs that mention DayOne.


What it said.

I thought, « I know what you mean… » so I thought I’d write about it and started DayOne.

It’s quite « chic ».