Yakety Yak Diary - Your Personal Journal

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Description of App: 

Yakety Yak Diary is your best option to record your most memorable life events as they happen. The app’s simple interface makes it a breeze to use. Start recording your text entries, voice recordings and photos to find out how easy journaling can be! FEATURES: - Our calendar-based system allows you to create a daily entry to record all the wonderful moments of your day into a single entry which you can easily retrieve to review, edit, or just relive! No hassle of dealing with multiple entries per day! - You can add text, pics and AUDIO RECORDING to your entries! You heard it right, you can record your day by talking into the app! - Tag your entries and search them later with the custom text tags! - Choose to view your entries from the monthly calendar view. - Sync your Dropbox* account and store all your entries in it securely. Also save space on your mobile by saving the entries in Dropbox* rather than in the device! - Help keep your content away from prying eyes by setting up a passcode. With iPhone 5S or later, you can just touch to unlock! - Set up daily, weekly, monthly reminders for the app to remind you to write into your journal. - Export a pdf copy of your day! - Share your pics from the app directly onto Facebook, Twitter, or email.* * Users must create an active Dropbox, Twitter or Facebook account.

Apple Watch Support: 

No

Version: 

1.5

Free or Paid: 

Paid

Device(s) App Was Tested On: 

iPhone
iPad

iOS Version: 

13.2

Accessibility Comments: 

Everything can be used even though some lables are a bit odd, but they are pretty straight forward, it actually says what it does though it may be something like btn add or whatever. The app can be used and all the parts of it works.

VoiceOver Performance: 

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling: 

Most buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability: 

There are some minor accessibility issues with this app, but they are easy to deal with.

Other Comments: 

I was looking for an audio diary so use the record feature very often. The app can sync to Drobbox which I find really useful though that is a paid feature.
I am not sure if the app is free or paid because I have had it for a very long time but I remember the Dropbox thing is paid.
In this app you make one single entry per day and the recording is one file that you can get back to during the day. If you look in the Dropbox folder you can see that the audio is playable in other apps in the data app.
As I said, I use it mostly for the audio part but you can write, add photos and tags.