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Find Happiness, Together.

Happyfeed is a daily journal app that helps you cultivate gratitude by reflecting on 3 good things each day. Create a private diary filled with happy memories, or join a group to share your happiness with friends and loved ones. ๐Ÿ˜„

Laptop, iPhone, and Android

Your private journal on iOS, Android, and Web.

Keep your journal safe and private in the cloud and sync online across all your devices - available in the App Store and Google Play.

Moment feed

Easy to add photos with a simple design.

Add photos and GPS location to your daily reflections to bring a little more character and life to your memories.

Daily reminders

Custom daily reminders to make you smile.

We write a unique message almost every day of the year โ€” to help you reflect, learn something new, or just laugh a little.

What is a Gratitude Journal?

Gratitude journaling is a popular practice in positive psychology. At the end (or beginning) of each day, you record a list of three good things or gratitudes. By consistently reflecting on the good things in your life, you are essentially training your brain to focus on the bright side. Over time, youโ€™ll begin to appreciate more and feel happier.

Studies have found that this simple practice can increase your happiness by even 10%. We do our best to make the habit easy to start with Happyfeed, but there are plenty of tricks and strategies to make gratitude journaling more effective.

Learn about Gratitude

A Journal that Grows with You.

Unlock new features as you continue to use Happyfeed. It's fun to have something to look forward to, right?

  • ๐Ÿ”ฎ Explore daily memories after one week, then months and even years from the current day!
  • ๐Ÿฏ After 2 weeks, shake your phone to view a random day from the "Happiness Jar"
  • ๐Ÿ—“ View each completed month in our web app with a calendar showing all your emojis
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Had a long chat with Mom while picking up coffee. Lucky to have such great parents ๐Ÿ˜Š

Cupcakes and coffee ๐ŸŒธ

Cupcakes and coffee ๐ŸŒธ

Sunday afternoon hike with Melissa was stunning, loved that ocean breeze ๐ŸŒŠโ›ฐ

Sunday afternoon hike with Melissa was stunning, loved that ocean breeze ๐ŸŒŠโ›ฐ

Found a few hours before dusk ๐ŸŒค to sit on the porch and relax with my new book ๐Ÿ“š

Fresh strawberries from the garden - so fresh and juicy! ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ“

Fresh strawberries from the garden - so fresh and juicy! ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ“

Form a Healthy Habit.

Starting a gratitude practice can have health benefits ranging from lower stress to better social connections. Keeping a gratitude list online makes it easier to stick with the habit.

  • Feel Calm
    Lower your stress and feel calmer
  • Be Productive
    Understand what drives your happiness
  • Positive Outlook
    Find a more positive outlook on life
  • More Focus
    Learn to focus on what really matters
Benefits of Gratitude
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Join 10,000's of Happy Users.

Just a few of our oh-so-happy reviews in the App Store

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"The One I Ended up Loving!"

I downloaded about 4 gratitude apps and tried them all out for about a week. This one was the best for me hands down-easy to use, navigate around, add pictures, and I love the prompts. Exactly what I was looking for!


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"Grateful for this App"

I was already writing three happy things from my day in a journal but this app makes it so much easier! I set a reminder so that I don't forget to use it and even if I do miss a day I can go back and record what I remember. It's so much fun looking back at all the wonderful things that I have recorded everyday and I love that this app can help me keep track of that. I also love that you can add pictures and that the app sends emails about the highlights of your month. Happyfeed definitely makes me happy!


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"Grateful for gratitude habit"

This app has made it fun to build my gratitude habit. It gently reminds me to record, and it's fun to look back. At first, it reminds you of things you wrote a week or two or three ago, but as you build up time, you're reminded of things one, three, six, and nine months back. I assume I'll get the point of seeing one year ago :-)


Woman taking a photo of a valley

Thereโ€™s so much to be grateful for