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Bokeh: The Personal Digital Diary App

by Hazel Chua
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A lot of apps, services, and sites make it easy for people to share their thoughts, experiences, and stories with their networks and with the world.

Realized something that changed your life for the better? Blog about it. Heard about a great deal at a local restaurant? Post an update on Facebook to let your friends know. Got the bag that you’ve wanted for the longest time? Post on Instagram and show the world your awesome stuff.

But if you want to keep track of your days and want to keep it a bit more private, then you can check out Bokeh. It’s a mobile blogging app that was created by Michael Zhang, who’s the founder of PetaPixel.

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Bokeh is different from typical blogging services because, as Zhang explains, it’s “designed to be more for remembering than broadcasting.” I suppose you can think of it as a digital diary of sorts.

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Users can choose to protect their blogs with a password or make them available to the world. It’s essentially targeted for on-the-go bloggers so you can post updates and record special events quickly and easily, and it features a clean and easy-to-use interface.

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Bokeh can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store for free. An Android version is also in the works.

[via Laughing Squid]




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