His sentiments echo mine exactly:
This thing makes me want to journal. Creating an entry is super easy since the home screen provides two gigantic buttons for starting either a photo entry or one with only plain text. Once I've started up a new entry, before I've even typed anything, that entry is immediately useful due to the date, location, and weather being filled automatically.
I can't think of a single thing I dislike about DayOne. They seem to have thought of everything. It's got Dropbox sync, Foursquare integration, an option to set a passcode for better privacy, an extensive built-in FAQ section that truly answered all my questions early on, and even the ability to have the app remind you to write a journal entry when you forget. It has fully converted me the world of journaling, and there's no going back now.
I came across Chris's review yesterday (it was published in mid-January) after discovering that the team at Bloom Built featured our reviews on their Day One Uses Guide page. The last few days, I've been seeing a lot of referrers in Gaug.es from Day One's site, and I was curious as to why that is. I did some digging and came across the guide. As I mentioned on Twitter, seeing that was very cool.
Day One continues to be one of my most favorite and most-used apps. So great.