Day One is journaling app that is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac, and does exactly what the app is supposed to do; allow you to journal.

The app has been known to have a simple and easy-to-use interface, as well as be able to post multiple photos in single journal entries.

Well, now Day One has finally added video to its already huge list of features and functions in the 4.0 version of the app. Videos can only be up to three minutes long (each). So if you have a video of your kid blowing out candles at their birthday, you can now record it both on your phone and then put it in your Day One journal to save it their permanently.

However, as of today, this feature looks as though it is only available on the iOS version of the app and has not made its way to the Mac just yet.

Another feature that the app is adding is that Dark Mode is now available for all users and a new streaks feature that will give you a streak number similar to Snapchat, which is designed to encourage you to journal more often.

Here are the official developer notes from the update:

Now with Video!

 

What’s New:

• Video (Up to 3 Minutes each, add from the Photo Library Share Extension or the in-app media picker, Premium only)

• Apple Health Integration for ‘Mindful Minutes’ (Time spent in Edit Mode, enable in Day One Settings, requires iPhone)

• Streaks (Days in a row with an entry) are now displayed in the Timeline Stats (per journal, and All Entries)

 

Improved:

• Dark Mode is now available for all users

• Redesigned media picker separated days

• Timeline Stats now display Tag, Photo, Video, and Audio counts

• Scrollable journal stats on the entry timeline

Day One is available as a free app in the App Store with five different types of subscriptions (through iTunes) users can subscribe to so that they can get more features in the app.