Toilet Diary is released from Seong Eon Kim. It’s a 9.3 MB app, only available in the App Store for iOS 8.0 or later. This free app can be used to journal bowel movements. It holds a 3.8 out of 5 star rating in the App Store. Some reviewers praise it’s easy-to-use interface, while others find it too simplistic.
Toilet Diary can be used to track bowel movements to ensure regularity. The app can also assist a user in determining if their bowel movements occur too frequently or not enough. The app has 2 main pages. One displays a monthly calendar with marked entries from user input. The other lists individual memos that may assist or remind the user.
Overall, the calendar’s color scheme and layout is simplistic. If users are searching for an app that only wants to track bowel movements, they may find the calendar helpful. The colors don’t catch your eye and the capacity for entries seems limited.
The memos page displays messages in a list format. The messages can be more details about the calendar entries. They can also be reminders, set by the user to better track bowel movements. It’s suggested to mark how you feel in the memo section. This allows you to follow your emotions and notice a positive or negative trend. The app’s simplicity is obvious. Whether it’s categorized as a shortcoming or plus depends on the users’ expectations.