In this article published in The Spectator, I discuss the importance of incorporating mental health into digital health ecosystems like Apple Health, Google Fit and Fitbit. Mental health is as important as physical health, and the two are intimately connected. It would be remiss for digital health ecosystems to overlook this important aspect of our wellbeing.
Compared to some other mood diaries, MoodSnap respects your privacy and doesn’t collect, track or link any data to you. Your information only leaves the app if you manually export it.
The new MoodSnap v1.1 now optionally incorporates your Apple Health data to correlate your mood with sleep, weight, active energy, walking & running distance, and menstrual cycle. HealthKit integration can be enabled under Settings.
You can download MoodSnap here.
The MoodSnap source code is now a public repository on Github, available here. If any Android developers would like to lend a hand with porting that would be enormously appreciated.
We’re pleased to announced that MoodSnap mood diary is now available on the AppStore for iOS. Thank you to all our beta testers for your feedback and support.
MoodSnap mood diary is now available for open beta testing on TestFlight for iOS. Please use this link to join our beta tester community.
Update: MoodSnap is now available on the AppStore. Thank you to all our testers for your feedback and support.