Everyday.me: Create A Timeline Journal From Your Online Activities
Last updated on May 7th, 2020
Facebook’s Timeline feature is meant to provide a journal for your life. It records all the small and major aspects of data collected from your profile, including everything from your birthday, graduation, marriage to your professional history. While the Timeline feature is not available for other web services, you can create a combined social “Timeline” via your iOS device by using the Everyday.me application.
Everyday.me is compatible with all types of iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod. This application creates a timeline journal based on your daily activities from across the web. Its like having your very own PowerPoint presentation based on your life.
After installing the Everyday.me application, simply connect your online accounts. This app creates your journal from your Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. This is done by locating relevant stories that can be added to your personal diary. You can even edit journal entries to add notes and pictures from memorable moments or simply start a new post from scratch.
Everyday.me can also be used to add your thoughts, emotions, moods and videos (with captions and descriptions) to a social timeline. All added notes are automatically saved and made a part of your timeline. This app requires users to sign up for a new Everyday.me account, which is quite understandable as every user must have their own timeline that is customized for them according to their connected social accounts.
Everyday.me is currently only available for iOS devices, however a notification on the developer’s website allows you to provide your email address so that you can be informed when an Android version is available. This goes on to show that Everyday.me will soon be available for Android. The supported iOS devices include iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd and 4th generation), and iPad. This app requires iOS 4.3 or later to work.
Unfortunately, Everyday.me is no longer available. You can download a similar app known as 1 Second Everyday.
Go to 1 Second Everyday (Alternative App)