Day One for Apple Watch

  

The developers behind the award-winning journal app for iOS – Day One, have teased a screenshot of their upcoming Apple Watch app that is coming soon.

What excites me about this update, is the apparent fast and simple options to auto-log your daily events from your wrist which will help to make your own journal more detailed and fulfilling and all synced across your devices. Location checking in and last photo taken are exactly the kind of things I want to record and this Watch app looks like it will make it super fast and convenient than actually using the iPhone to do the same task which can result in forgetting to record altogether.

You can download the app here in preparation for the Apple Watch release.

Dear Apple: Please fix how Messages stores images and videos!

Dear Apple: Please fix how Messages stores images and videos!

Allyson Kazmucha:

I’ve written previously about how much storage space the Messages app takes up, and how important it is to clear out the photos so you can reclaim that space. For some of us, that can be not just megabytes, but gigabytes of data. I’ve had friends and family members ask me why they’re out of storage only to discover they have over 5GB of wasted space in the Messages app. For owners of a 16GB iPhone or iPad, that’s a huge deal.

Nice reminder from Allyson to take care of our iMessage storage – do we really need to keep a history of our conversations with all our contacts? If you do need them, consider copying and pasting the text out into a note taking or journal taking app. I would definitely be interested in some kind of iMessage and journal taking app intergration like Day One.