Breeze: mood tracker, diary

Breeze: mood tracker, diary

By Basenji Apps

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2019-04-03
  • Current Version: 2.5.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 100.50 MB
  • Developer: Basenji Apps
  • Compatibility: iOS 13.0+
Score: 4.58
From 7,395 Ratings


The app is based on several concepts from cognitive behavioral psychotherapy and contains four main features described below. With Breeze we give a user more awareness about her/his emotions and activities/things/people that trigger them. Tracker of negative thoughts helps to learn new habit to criticize negative believes and patterns in thinking. In overall, this helps to improve the emotional state of the user. In future releases, we are going to introduce tracker of cognitive distortions and provide advice from professional psychotherapist to help users to deal with issues in different areas of life. Mood tracker Daily mood tracker to understand which situations/contexts trigger emotional reaction. Create a map of your emotional conditions and be aware of people/activities that make you happy or bring you down. Negative thoughts tracker The concept of automatic negative thoughts comes from cognitive behavioral therapy. The idea is that even minor negative thoughts that automatically appear in our consciousness influence our mood and psychological conditions. We provide users with several interactive techniques that help criticize and fight such negative patterns in thinking. Tracker of cognitive distortions We give some useful insights into popular cognitive distortions and teach users how to identify flaws in their thinking and behavior. Advice from a psychotherapist (in future updates) Some practical advice from acknowledged psychotherapist — he will cover widespread topics and issues people usually have in different areas of life. Breeze contains the following subscription options: — Weekly with 3-days free trial at $7.99; Annual with 7-days free trial at $99.99; — Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged at the full price of the chosen subscription period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period — Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. — Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. — Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s Account Settings after purchase. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service:


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Not worth the price

The tests are really poorly done, they don’t make a lot of sense. I didn’t even bother watching the courses because everything else was disappointing. The mood tracker can easily be done in a notebook, the notes app, or other FREE apps. If you’re looking for a self care app this one ain’t it. Spend your money on a different subscription.
By amara3


Click bait on Instagram for vulnerable people seeking help. Another person who felt duped and silly for downloading. Bummer for those curios.
By mgfsetnmoirwsfgy

Thank you.

Amazing accuracy.
By Ehbleheh

love the idea of it but…

when i add my own emotions it’ll change the capitalization of it sometimes or just flat out put something different (i tried adding “heartbroken” with the broken heart emoji but kept changing it to “Broken Heart”. i had to use a different emoji to get it to work)
By Modecker


If you’re going to charge for the app why not make it a one time purchase before downloading, waste of time and space for no reason
By SirMac1


If you don’t buy the premium or whatever then it’s worth less

It’s alright if you spend money

Not free like the ads said it was, but still relatively useful
By will-e-dog

Fake and misleading

An instagram ad brought me to try this app and I wasn't surprised at all when I saw how inaccurate and predictable the "personality" or "mood" tests were. It's not worth paying a single dollar for. All these "self-help" apps that are paid are a scam and you can find much better resources online, such as on YouTube. Better yet, find a therapist. Good luck to you all trying to improve your mental health, don't give your money to these bozos.
By hsvdjdbdubd8272834

Full of bad results

I took the test for mood disorders, which is basically the test for bipolar. I’m able to answer yes to every single question, including the question that asks if a health professional has ever said I have bipolar. YES. I also was able to answer YES to the experiencing mixed episodes where you have more than once symptom at one time. The ONLY question I answered no to was having a hereditary or genetic disposition to it, no one in my family has been officially diagnosed. And this app over and over says I have a negative result. That’s about all I need to know about the credibility of this app, when I say yes to every symptom I’ve experienced with my bipolar II, yes to a medical professional diagnosis (which I have), and the app still says I have a normal range. This is a laughable algorithm they have developed. Oh dear. Cancelled the subscription after about three other tests were taken, results were less than impressive as someone who’s been heartily enmeshed in the therapy game for a long time. Not worth anyones time. Didn’t even last a whole two hours, and you get a free week subscription. Bye bye apple subscription. What a wasted click bait on an Instagram ad. Can we rate this lower than one star? No?
By RetaEdger


Everything is behind a pay wall that you can’t avoid. You have to give them your info and then you can cancel if you don’t like it but my guess is most people forget and keep paying the outrageous price for something which is essentially a journal with some self help tips.
By Cranorman