Apple Journal App iOS 17.2 Update
What better way to develop writing habits on your iPhone than with the Apple Journal app, which has just launched in the iOS 17.2 update? This software utilizes on-device machine learning to provide private, personalized suggestions to inspire journal entries as well as offer customizable notifications.

Users can easily make a simple text entry, complete with rich details like photos, videos, locations, or audio recordings. Past entries can be bookmarked or filtered for details like photos, workouts, places, and more. You can also schedule notifications to make writing new journals a consistent practice. Personalized suggestions will help users remember and write about a moment, such as visiting the Eiffel Tower in Paris, etc. Most importantly, when your iPhone is locked with a passcode, entries in the Journal app are encrypted.

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Apple Journal App iOS 17.2 Update

We are excited to bring the benefits of journaling to more people. Journal makes it easy to preserve rich and powerful memories, and practice gratitude by intelligently curating information that is personal to the user, right from their iPhone. And we’re making it possible for other journaling apps to offer the same personalized suggestions while maintaining the highest level of privacy,” said Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.

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