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App : Flava

If you are just switching from handwritten journals to digital, simple text entries might be enough for you at this point. That is perfectly fine, but if you are looking for a little bit more, there are special apps like Flava. Instead of every entry being the same and just allowing the importing of pictures, links or other media, there are seven different entry types to choose from: text, photos, places, music, books, URL and recordings.
Flava gives most entry types in a rather detailed manner. For example, books are integrated into Google Books so you can search for a book and it will bring up the information with it. You can then comment on the book. One can also arrange their favourite entries with tags. Flava’s tags are super simple. There are just a few to choose from and they are all graphical. One can simply tap on the heart or smiley and that entry will be organised with the rest of the same tag.
The interface is beautiful, but there is admittedly no customisation or fonts available at this point. If you do not like green, you will not like Flava. The cloud is supported in a variety of ways. You can backup and restore with a Dropbox account and you can sync with Evernote app. If a user is into the whole social media things the children are doing these days such as Twiiter, Facebook or Tumblr, these are integrated into Flava so that sharing is possible with the tap of a button. If you love privacy, the password protection is available as an option.

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