Love your iPad or iPad 2 but still haven’t found the right journal? Unfortunately not all iPhone journals work for the iPad. There are some great ones, however, and this list is a good place to start.

Day One (Journal/Diary) – Bloom Built, LLC

Previously reviewed and featured on Easy Journaling, Day One excels because they know how to diversify the journal process. You can use the iPhone, iPad or Mac version of the application and they all sync together and the iPhone and iPad version are one in the same (universal). Check out just a few of the features:

  • Dropbox syncing (Autosyncing)
  • Reminders
  • Rich text
  • Starred entries
  • Clean interface
  • Coming soon: photos
  • Coming soon: search
  • Coming soon: export
  • Coming soon: iCloud support

App Store Rating: 4.0 (269 ratings)

Day One (Journal/Diary) - Bloom Built, LLC

Diary Journal Pro – Easy & Popular Visual Multimedia – Best Private Memory Lane Events – Sulaba Inc

Promising deep media features, Diary Journal allows you to record voice memos, use pictures as custom backgrounds and express yourself with emoticons. Other features include:

  • Integration with Facebook and Twitter
  • Export/email entries
  • High level of customization
  • Event module

App Store Rating: 4.5 (154 ratings)
Diary Journal Pro - Easy & Popular Visual Multimedia - Best Private Memory Lane Events - Sulaba Inc

My Own Diary HD – Appmaker

Boasting a handsome interface and some nice export features, My Own Diary HD really tries to give a well rounded experience. Features include:

  • PDF, email or text export
  • Different fonts and icons
  • Picture import
  • Voice recorder
  • Mapping feature

App Store Rating: 3.5 (264 ratings)
My Own Diary HD - Appmaker

 

Update: Found another great one! Check out my review of Max Journal which is just a few features away from perfection.