Best app ever get it
Helping me 5/5
Helping me with my mood lifting my mood when I’m all alone which is all the time to lift my mood and keeps me thinking of new things
By your fav ex
It helps me reflect!
Overall great, a few puzzling design choices 4/5
Overall this is one of the better apps of its kind! I’ve tried various. It does a good job integrating mood tracking with intake questionnaires. I haven’t tried the premium content yet but I’m hoping some changes happen before I switch my subscription from another one to this one.
- The mood and “activities” choices are strangely limited. You can “add” mood or action and it autocompletes* but... It should be as easy as tapping more common options.
- For both those cases, when you add a custom response, it only autocompletes if you use Title Casing. that’s bonkers! Also, it doesn’t let you see its existing list of activity choices. You have to type a letter to see. Given the list of activity/situation choices is really limited anyways, this is real wrench in the process of using this app... Especially given it wants to ask you multiple times a day.
Maybe these don’t matter and I’m missing something. But these seem like parts of a user flow that’s supposed to differentiate this app. So I think it should be smoother.
nice but 3/5
dont get me wrong its a good app but to have to pay for more emotional support is kinda wrong
Love it! 5/5
It’s like a little journal and I feel like the questions they ask are very appropriate and nice.
Waste of time 1/5
I suffer from severe depression, suicidal ideation, BPD, anxiety, and a list of other things. After spending a lot of time with this app it concluded that I have no signs of depression after having said I do think about death and have a plan. It said my results were in the normal rage. Beyond frustrating - I’m so mad I wasted time on this stupid app and tried so hard to be completely honest about my feelings!
Super useful for depression. 4/5
This app is really great for specifically tracking depression. And overall it is the most user friendly mood tracker I have found. I wish it tracked moods more individually. For example I would like to see reported anxiety and bipolar disorder symptoms in tandem with the depression symptoms, and I would be willing to pay for added complexity. Some potentially easier things that the developers should consider: the color scale for bad to good moods is counterintuitive. To the point where I always have to explain the colors to other people when I am sharing my progress. Perhaps a transition of red to yellow to green (bad to moderate to okay) would make most sense? Also, I really wish that my most entered symptoms could be easily autopopulated. Every time I want to add anxiety, I have to type it in and then select that it is a negative feeling. It would be helpful to be able to customize the feelings section to that it's easier to quickly update.
At first I thought it was gonna be a good app... helping me with my depression and anxiety but.... It seems you have too pay too get someone too say “YOU CAN DO IT” or “BE CONFIDENT!” Or “YOUR BEAUTIFUL NO MATTER WHAT” but I don’t have the money... so I guess if you have money then you should download it.....
Adding emotions 3/5
I wish it kept the emotions and actions I added so I don’t have to add them again. Something about having to come up with a new emotion or action every time makes me less likely to fill it in completely.
Helps with Insight of Patterns 4/5
The design of targeted screening questions and the layout of the place to journal is excellent. My doctor has also appreciated reports.
I gave 4 stars though mainly because I consistently lose my journaling if I get interrupted or distracted. It would be better if it kept it open for longer in a draft form. I have had to rewrite things so many times that I may not be able to continue using the app.
Plus it would be much easier if I were able to go back & edit a journal entry instead of making a new one if I think of something to add a few minutes later.
I’d like to be able to open the app without questions sometimes just to refer back to a journal entry or create a report.
I would like to be able to save my own set of feelings & activities to check off each time instead searching for others or just using the default ones.
Took my money 1/5
You took my money when I had ur app 2 days I wanna refund!!!!
Biased questions 1/5
By Roxie Ravenclaw
I’ve used this app for about two weeks now. And I deleted it today because, frankly—this app is depressing me with their questions.
So why is it that Moodpath only asks negative questions, day after day? Moodpath will only ask about, say...whether you feel hopeless. Or whether you feel no interest in your daily tasks. Moodpath never has anything particularly nice to ask about. And you’re only allowed a yes/no answer, anyway.
Did it ever occur to Moodpath that the app’s own bias toward negativity might make users feel depressed in the first place?
gave me hope 5/5
This app is the best thing ever, no joke. I have so many things going on in my life that could make me sad or happy, and as a very sensitive person, I was very overwhelmed and confused about how it was affecting my mental health. I always thought I was mildly depressed. I took a bunch of online quizzes and they all looked the same but gave me different results. A couple said I was clear, and a couple said I had mild depression. At this point I had no idea what to do or what to think, and I knew I wanted some real answers, pronto. I felt like a psychologist was a lot of money, and all I really wanted to hear was if I’m depressed or not. So, I looked up the app store for help thinking “there’s gotta be an app for this!” And then Moodpath was the first result. I checked it out, great reviews, completely free, so I got it. It’s been about 2 months now, and I’m in love. The 15-day results are a great schedule, and there is a reasonable amount of notifications, 3 times a day to answer questions describing your mood. I got real results in no time at all, for no charge. This app truly gave me some hope for myself and for others who need it because it’s really amazing and relieving. I think as long as you’re honest and you answer questions 3 times a day, this app will turn out perfect for you. Very pleased with this app and thanks so much to its creators❤️❤️
It said I have no symptoms of depression even though I have clinical depression and had bad mood all the time. Not super helpful or intuitive.
aspects are great! Others need work... 3/5
This app is exactly what I was looking for in the area of keeping track of my mental health, however- there are quite a few things I’d like to mention before I’d recommend this to anyone.
Let’s start with the emotions you can mark as how you feel, there is rarely emotions for what I’m feeling, insecure, selfish, the list goes on, and I don’t know about anyone else but my physical state has a large effect on my mood, being sore, or having a headache and so much more should be options to choose as either experiences or emotions, I’m somewhat shocked how that was overlooked. And speaking of experiences, the options you have to choose from are very few... and rarely, once again, do they ever have what I’ve experienced that I feel has had an effect on my mood, sometimes I have a wonderful dream and I’m in a better mood, sometimes it’s a nightmare, sometimes going for a nice walk boosts my mood something indulging in sweets boosts my mood yet, I have no way to keep track.
However I love everything about the calendar system of keeping track of your emotions through the 2 weeks. It’s really opened my eyes to everything that I’ve missed that majorly effects my mood so if you’re looking for a simple tracker, and I summary of your results, I would recommend :)
So I was loving this app so much and many of the insights were very helpful. With the new update however, I have to pay to see the insights. I have no way to pay for this as I’m too young to use online payment methods and my parents wouldn’t spend their money on that. The plus update is kinda working against me.
Lots of Tracking Oversights 3/5
By Ara Beara
I love this app... i love the idea of this app... it asks a lot of the right questions.
HOWEVER!!! I wish it allowed you to put in medications and track other health related symptoms in addition to mood. This would help me remember to take my medications and also take data when I don’t or when I feel something different than normal.
If it could go so far and track eating and sleeping habits, I think that would make this app well rounded. I would pay good money for an app like that.
Incredibly Helpful 5/5
I downloaded Moodpath during a severe depressive episode and found that it helped me track and understand my moods throughout the day. Turn the notifications on! The reports are great for sharing with doctors or therapists. A really helpful app in helping sort out what can feel like a fog of emotions.
I like the concept behind the app but I had 11 tracked days and then all of a sudden I have 14 left before my result...? Yea I see promise behind this app but I’m not gonna keep waiting around to see if I’ll ever get a result.
Keeps deleting my posts 2/5
I work overtime very often, along with taking college classes. Sometimes I will be typing and then have to get back to work and not be able to finish my phone and when I reopen the app, my post becomes a dark gray screen, and I am asked the questions I have already answered again. Please fix this.
Would be nice if. 3/5
By lit asfkk 😛
Would be nice if we didn’t have to pay for anything. How are we suppose to get better if you make us pay and we can’t? JOKE.
Too Expensive 2/5
This app looked great! It’s exactly what I need to keep track of how I’m feeling because I don’t always remember when certain things started or why. Plus it has all the great mindfulness and meditation tools! Nope. It costs $7.49 PER MONTH to get access to all that. That’s more than some streaming services.
Without those videos and exercises, the tracking was just so-so. One major note: the emotions are green for “positive” emotions and blue for “negative” emotions. Feelings just need to be felt, not labeled as good or bad. That’s something the app should make the user aware of after the fact instead of making them think twice about choosing a blue one. This turned me off immediately.
Time Constraints 4/5
After trying several similar, but less thorough and successful apps, I discovered Moodpath. It works great for me and for the most part I’m extremely happy with it. My main issue is the rigidity of the journal time constraints.
I frequently go to bed late and consequently rise late as well. By the time I’m up the morning journal time is over and I get the “you missed your morning questions” message.
Does it really matter if the journaling is done in the morning? For me, at least, I’m just happy to write three times a day and Moodpath helps facilitate that. Getting a “you missed morning, etc., does not. There may be some reason it’s important they be in those actual time periods, but it feels artificial and rigid to me.
Another issue is my phone was misplaced for a couple of days, so Moodpath was not filled in. This message was something along the line of, “your pages or something needed to be reset”. After filling in the pages for a couple months, it was alarming to read. It seemed a bit dire, even though it’s not ideal to skip a few days. I suppose this response makes more sense than my above concern, but for me, I wish there were a Moodpath lite or something similar-I’m being somewhat tongue in cheek, but a little wishful, too.
Good except.. 3/5
its very nice and a great place to vent but it doesnt help too much because not being able to have access to the courses. i dont really know how to cope because of so.
So so so incredible 5/5
This app has helped me more than words can express. It gives me an outlet to put all of my sometimes scary thoughts and also to track my progress with myself and my journey battling my mental health. I am so so grateful that this app exists. I have recommended it endlessly to friends who are also struggling. Would recommend to ANYONE, even if you aren’t battling a mental illness ❤️
thank you! 5/5
this app has helped me a lot with my anxiety and figuring out my issue with sleep thank you so much to the creators!
Great app 5/5
I was going through a really rough time and having this app ask daily questions as a mental check in is very rewarding. It makes you feel less alone and that you have someone checking in on you
Not practical enough. 3/5
Many of the questions are like “have you been thinking about death more than usual” or something, but you might be thinking about death a normal amount, which could be twice a day for you as an individual. Besides that, you have to pay if you want any advice for your symptoms.
This Helped Me! 5/5
This app really helped me realize how depressed I was feeling... sometimes you just keep thinking I will feel better, I will feel better... then you realize you haven’t felt good in weeks or months. The questions are good, drill down into exactly how I feel.
This app helped me realized a trip to the dr was in order and counseling was needed.
I continuing to use, just help me be aware of how good I’m feeling now!
I’ve only just started the app. But I’m already having some issues. Specifically, it seems to think that I in a different time zone than I actually am. So I’m not getting my morning notifications and when I go to log in the journal at 730 in the morning it thinks it’s 1630. Leaving me with an inaccurate report of my mood and though the day. I could not find anywhere in the app to potentially fix this on my own so I feel that I might have to delete it and reinstall at a later date.
Not Great 2/5
The app doesn’t factor in anything about what I know about my mental health. It’s “insights” are that I have symptoms of depression. Well... yeah... that was diagnosed already and I’ve been treating it for 13 years. I presumed the app would have better functionality for people who are monitoring their mental health; after their diagnosis, during long term treatment (monitoring large trends).
It’s extremely unhelpful to “monitor” health by selecting presumed negative/positive emotions. There’s no way to measure the intensity of the negatives so you can’t track anything more than the moods you felt on an overall negative/positive day. They could add really basic analytics based on intensity and frequency that would make this app useful.
Please fix timezone support 3/5
I’m being said good morning at 7pm so there’s definitely an issue i. how you support timezone. The app seems pretty good otherwise but that fundamental bug makes me wonder how the rest of the app and eventual recommendations are worth using it.
Amazing, but really upsetting bugs 2/5
This app worked amazingly, I loved its advice and I was actually able to keep up with it longer than I ever have any on any mood tracking app. Annoyingly, after 17 days, all my data disappeared and was replaced with “missed day” or something like that. This app is worth nothing if it can’t save its own data and make it impossible to find solutions to recover it. Garbage
This app isn’t for you if you’re broke 1/5
I can’t afford my emotional well-being it seems like so this app is useless to me since I can’t afford to pay
I would recommend this to anyone who struggles with overwhelming and fluctuating emotions throughout the day. This has allowed me to not only be more conscious and mindful of how I’m feeling, but with what’s going on around me. It’s also helped make me feel more in control of my day; it really gives me something to look forward to and encourages me to do more with my day so that I can document it. This truly has been a fun way to start my journey to being mentally healthy. ❤️
Just got this app 3/5
I downloaded this app two days ago so I’m waiting after the 14 day assessment. So far so good I guess. The only complaint I have is that the app doesn’t alert me when it’s time to answer the questions. I have the notifications on in my settings but I don’t got any notifications.
A tool for Self-reflection & introspection for those who internalize or are at a loss for words... 5/5
I am really enjoying the Moodpath app so far, I think it can be very helpful for a lot of people to use as a way to log everyday stresses and experiences instead of internalizing and breeding more negativity in your inner world.
Personally, I find it SO much easier than standard journaling because sometimes when I’m having a bad day, I don’t have the motivation or mental energy to put my thoughts & feelings into words. Putting the pen to paper feels like an extremely overwhelming and even impossible task. It is an amazing concept to be able to put everything down in the Moodpath journal that I’m struggling with but don’t know how to say. Instead of avoiding and choosing not to confront problems I’m holding on to, I am able to express my emotions and experiences in simple word bubbles that I feel most accurately describe my day. It includes real feelings and descriptions I can relate to and can look back so I can recognize patterns of my emotions over time and how they link to certain situations in my life.
This is a game changer for me to be able to put aside time to reflect on my mental health without feeling like it takes such a huge effort when I’m already feeling drained. Moodpath is easy to use and flexible enough that you can spend no more than a few minutes clicking pre-formatted words, or you can choose to go as in-depth as you want at any given time. You can journal as little or as much as you want with no pressure of it feeling like a burden or a chore.
Usually after experiencing turmoil or distress in my life, I am left feeling confused and emotionally disconnected with hopes to distract myself from the painful emotions. I know this is not a healthy approach, so by tuning in to myself and dealing with these emotions day-to-day, I can bring a little more clarity and insight on what I’m going through internally. Rather than holding it in and feeling emotionally scattered, Moodpath helps me feel more understood. I also really, really appreciate that the app suggests a balance of positive & negative feelings and experiences, so I can attribute some of the positive aspects of my day as well that I might not have been able to recognize before. Instead of solely focusing and pinpointing the negatives, I can reassess and start to appreciate the good parts too, helping me see the light in the darkness.
I’m pretty happy because of this 5/5
It has really helped me talk and figure out my moods. I like how it doesn’t ask the same questions every day plus I don’t feel pressured like I would with a regular person.
Awesome App 5/5
I am only 5 days in and I’ve missed several sets of questions but when I remember to do them, I’ve noticed that I analyze my feelings more than I would if I hadn’t answered them. I am more mindful and it gives me the opportunity to think about what I’m thinking about.
I would like it to have more free entries, but is okay.
A great self check in to improving 5/5
This app helps you to work on self one day at a time and analyze daily to narrow the why of everything that overwhelms all our lives.
Helps a lot 5/5
I don’t have the courage to talk to my friends and family about my depression, so this app helps me out by letting me express my feelings and not keeping it all in
Great app but 2/5
I’ve had this app for a while. It really helped me out and it was 100% free. And out of nowhere it started charging you for certain courses even ones I had already started. Crazy. What first drew me to this app was that it was legit help and learning for free. Now I’m deleting it
Why do apps like this always have a “Plus” option where we have to pay
I have to pay to be happy like I get the people who made this are just trying to make some money but maybe you should consider why people downloaded this and what they need instead of an app telling them what they already know. But I have to admit it does put me to ease that I have put my thoughts somewhere but other than that I’m not satisfied. I could put my money into something more useful.
Moodpath has helped me see what I need to work on and how to explain my feelings to others. I definitely recommend
By Isabella Da Panda
Thanks to this app my depression is doing much better, I suggest this app!
Helps me and my 10 yr old daughter 5/5
I don’t know if this is “officially” recommended for kids, but I asked my daughter to use it because it is a quick private way for her to track how she’s feeling and why. She’s not a pen and paper kind of kid who will write in a journal but she will type her thoughts into the app. I’m so glad i found this app! Thank you!
The listing ones do not work. 1/5
I subscribed but the Listing ones do not work. When I play the Listening piece, it asks me to subscribe then tells me you have subscribed again and again in circles.