2 days ago I’m having problems syncing my MacJournal data from my iPad to my Mac. Either my iPad doesn’t see my Mac, or the sync never completes. Unlike other journal applications, MacJournal is packed with features, setting it apart. “MacJournal remains our app of choice for digital diary keeping.”. From the songs you download to the movies you watch on them, the iPhone, iPad , and iPod are distinct to your tastes. MacJournal for iOS is a lot like that too.
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This one is just far too frustrating – fails more often than it succeeds. This is very nearly my ideal go-to app for all kinds of notes and rtf files and for keeping them organized and synced.
Please make it just a little better, and simple. You can even manually sync with Dropbox. Although I use it primarily to sync to my journals on my Macs, it certainly has macjournsl features ,acjournal function as a stand-alone app. I really want to like this app as much as I like the Mac version, but I lose so many entries that I’ve just given up on it. Unfortunately, I have recently lost several entries.
To start the syncing process, tap the name of the device with which you want to sync. The new cartoon crayon flat interface is a horrible change.
I would go back to a paper journal if I had to keep using this pos. You can have multiple journals, smart journals, and password protected journals at least that is what I have used it for.
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So I have decided to switch completely to Day One. Not sure what people are complaining about here but this has been and still is a great application. The synch feature which used to work admirably is now stuck in an endless loop. Sad because I really enjoyed this app till now. When these difficulties are fully and finally resolved I will gladly give the app five stars.
If they updated it more frequently with meaningful updates that add features that they are missing, like include sync it would be a for or even a five. Glad I got over the bad reviews. You’ll also have the ability to publish your anecdotes online WordPress syncing works, though I haven’t tried Typepad and Blogger.
I am not into beta testing an app I already paid for. But I would also like to be able to use it: I had created about one month’s worth of journal entries when suddenly the password wizard froze and I could no longer gain entry to the app. Unlike other journaling apps, MacJournal offers the ability for users to blog to many of the popular servers such as Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr and Posterous as well as being able to download existing entries. MacJournal on the iPad gets daily use, and I think anyone who owns the macjoirnal client should consider vesting in the mobile app.
Compatibility Requires iOS 9. Because after all, you are an individual…and so is MacJournal. Haven’t looked lately, macjourbal there wasn’t much competition for MacJournal to recommend over this. Within the app itself, this version is listed as ver. It’s no wonder MacJournal ipar the world’s most popular journaling app for the Mac. I also sync the program on my Macs and that also is quite slow, so it might just be the way they have structured their database.
Having to transfer over entries to this app has been much easier than anticipated. The circle keeps spinning like it’s loading then it crashes!
I was able to restore my journal entries only by opening the backed up database through iTunes macjournql sharing. Apparently, MacJournal had not synced with Dropbox my cloud server.
MacJournal for the iPad
MacJournal for iOS is maccjournal lot like that too — the perfect blend of technology and individualism. Really like this app a lot and always looking forward the next revision with its new features. It is journal writing and getting my thoughts down ipda words. Bicki Smith MacJournal user. Relaunch MacJournal, password screen come up, instead of entering password hit home button and then relaunch app, this time app opens without need for password.
We’ll see how this madjournal performs in the longer term, but so far I’m very happy with the look, feel and functionality. With the latest version, I am constantly losing data! Apple should review and test apps that they sell so this does not happen!
There is no way I just erased the info. Those journals meant a lot to me. I then relaunched the app but no password screen. I got the iOS version and when it synced I lost everything again! It has good interface with one exception.