A social journal to nudge you into action

Posted on : Wed, 16 Sep App: Roller Journal

It's about time a journal or blog app caught the attention of the general public and joined Facebook, Twitter and possibly Pinterest as bastions of social networking. So could we see Roller Journal joining them? This social journal app for iPhone is the journal that guides you by asking you questions to get you started on your journal journey. Never again will you be sitting there scratching your chin and wondering what on earth you are going to write about.   Roller Journal is the journal that guides you by asking questions along the lines of 'What are you looking forward to?' and  ' What can you hear right now?' No longer will you be sitting at a blank page on your computer wondering what to write to start things off. That's always the hardest part, of course...the first few lines. It takes just minutes to respond to one or more open questions that help you reflect on your day and capture your best moments. The journal is becoming known for its addictive user experience with users finding themselves drawn into answering more questions and journalling regularly. The questions and answers can also be shared with friends on Facebook and Twitter creating a social journalling experience. Roller Journal is the first journalling app for iPhone to use the question and answer format which, up till now, has previously only been available in some popular paper journals. Now you can enjoy the ease and fun of this format anytime and anywhere all delivered with a beautifully detailed and designed interface.   Well it's certainly addictive enough to catch on and it really won't take too much to help this social journal application for iPhone reach it's tipping point. Everyone seems to want to write a journal or diary of their day but very few keep it going more than a few weeks. But when you can be spurred on by the odd provocative question it might just be the thing to keep you going. It does help that it looks pretty snazzy and it's so easy to use. The questions are interesting and fun and it's great that you can share with your friends on social networks to get them involved too. And remember, it's the first line that's the hardest part.


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