Mood Tracker & Journal App

Discover what really improves and worsens your Mood.

Backed by scientific review

Reviewed by clinicians at Cedar Sinai as one of the best mobile health applications to track patient outcomes.

Recommended by Professionals

Recommended by Doctors and Therapists including; Psychiatrist Dr. Anthony Levinson, GP Dr Claire Ashley, and many more.

Made by patients for patients

Founded by someone with chronic migraines, we always involve our community in deciding which features get implemented next.

Backed by scientific review

Reviewed by clinicians as one of the best mobile health applications to track patient outcomes.


5-star reviews


We always involve our active community in deciding which features get implemented next.

Understand & Manage your Moods

Get a complete picture of your wellbeing

• Track anything you think might be affecting your mood.

• Including; sleep, stress, diet, people, exercise, weather, & more.

• See how your mood correlates with Sleep Quality, Energy Levels, and Symptoms.

Reclaim control over how you feel

Identify the triggers impacting your mood

• Find routines, habits, and activities that improve your mood.

• Use your mood journal to help diagnose potential health issues.

• Use Mood reports to spot patterns and make better decisions about your wellbeing.

Mood tracking in just a few clicks

Mood and emotion tracking that’s easy to use

• Measure moods by their severity, frequency, and feelings.

• Create custom feelings that uniquely describe your emotions.

• Make entries into your mood journal without having to type.

And much much more...

Some of the things you
can track with Bearable

Changes in mood and feelings by time of day.

Medication, supplements, & food diary.

Health outcomes including energy, & sleep.

Notes, gratitude, and significant events.

Self-care routines and treatments.

Set goals and track your productivity.

Heart rate, blood pressure, weight, and steps.

Habits, activities, routines, & your social life.

The best mood tracker app

Track your mood and health conditions

Living with chronic health issues, our founder, James, realised that mood tracking didn't give him enough information about what caused changes in his mood.

After manually tracking his mood and health together in one place. He discovered he had better control of his mood & well being.

He decided to seek the support of the chronic condition community, to build the best mood tracker for people with health issues.

What our users are saying...

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“Visually pleasing and intuitive app. I prefer this app over other mood tracking apps because of the level of detail; you can track mood, symptoms, sleep, and even weather. It syncs to Google Fit [& Apple Health] & also doesn't have ads. I've found it super helpful as it helps me to understand my mood.”
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"Hands down the best mood tracking app I've ever tried! You can make it as simple or as extensive as you want. The free version is already extremely robust, and the premium version adds things you didn't even know you wanted... Highly highly recommend!"
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“The best mood tracker app I’ve tried and I’ve tried a few. And with some really interesting and advanced insights with regular use. Helped me learn where my bad mood trigger points were so I could make changes to the situation, people or activities that were causing me stress.”

Why use a mood tracker?

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James (founder)

The purpose of a mood tracker is to keep a diary of a person’s mood over time. So that they can look for patterns in how their mood and feelings change in different situations and circumstances.

Many of our users live with Anxiety and Depression and mood tracking can help them to identify triggers and treatments that help them to regulate their mood.

Mood trackers can be used in a number of ways including:

    • Understanding factors that impact mood such as diet, sleep, & medication
    • Identifying triggers for changes in mood or mood swings
    • Identifying and developing techniques for managing changes in mood
    • Understanding if specific treatments are helping to improve your mood
    • Determining the role that mood plays in your overall health 
    • Keeping a record of changes in mood that can be shared with a doctor or therapist

Whilst there are many types of mood tracker including DIY journaling, bullet trackers, mood charts, and visual trackers. At Bearable we’ve tried to combine a simple, visual way to keep track of your mood with the flexibility of being able to add detailed notes. 

Many mood trackers also let you view mood data using timelines, calendars, and trend charts. We’ve included all of these as well as advanced reports that help you to spot correlations between mood and activities.


Yes. Bearable is free to use and has no ads.

There is a premium version of Bearable available as an in-app purchase. Bearable premium gives users access to additional reports, correlations, notes, significant events, and the option to review historic mood data.

Some of the reasons our users choose Bearable include:

Our Features. Bearable is more customisable and insightful than other mood trackers.

Our Purpose. Bearable is built by people trying to manage their own health conditions rather than someone interested in collecting and selling user data

Our Community. Engage with other users in our dedicated Reddit and Discord channels

Your Involvement. Give feedback and request new features from the development team

Your Privacy. We encrypt all user data. Users are the only ones with access to their encryption key and have the ability to delete their data at any time.

Our Size. We’re a small, independent, bootstrapped and purpose-driven development team.

Our Reviews. We’re recommended by PsychCentral as well as thousands of our users.

James, based in the UK, is the founder of Bearable. He was forced to quit his job because of health problems including chronic migraines. When he struggled to get diagnosis and treatment he began tracking his symptoms and treatments to see what he could learn for himself. In March 2020, James launched Bearable with the support and feedback of the chronic condition community. Today, James continues to work on designing new features for Bearable users. You can read his full story on our blog.

Kamil & James, based in mainland Europe, are Bearable’s two-person development team. They both have an interest in health tracking, productivity, and the quantified self. They provide the technical expertise that keep Bearable running day-to-day.

Jesse Jan, also based in the UK, has a background in purpose-driven marketing. Jesse lives with symptoms of Generalised Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Depression, Body Dysmorphia, Insomnia, and Eating Disorders. He brings public health and education marketing experience to the team as well as first-hand knowledge of a range of chronic health conditions.

Our users usually have at least one of the following goals:

  1. They want to learn what makes their overall health better or worse

  2. They want to be able to track their health and mood in one app rather than many.

  3. They have new or unexplained symptoms and want to try to understand what’s going on.
  4. They have new or existing symptoms and want to collect data to share with medical professionals.

  5. They have an existing health condition and want to keep track of treatments to find better ways to manage their health.
  6. They’re interested in finding out more about how their habits and activities impact their health, mood, and productivity.

Your data privacy is just as important to us as it is to you.

Your data is encrypted and thus cannot be read by anyone but yourself. You are in full control of your data and can export and delete everything at any time from within the app.

We’ll never sell your data. Companies in the past have resorted to this out of desperation and greed, while our main motivation will always be to help people over making large profits.

You can read more about how Bearable processes your data in our privacy policy.