What is Happyer?
It is a personal happiness tracker that helps you to identify which activities and friends improve your happiness through an easy and intuitive platform.
Some of the key features of the app are
💠 Create entries by selecting which activities you performed with which friends.
💠 Rate your happiness level and also add notes corresponding to the entry.
💠 Track your happiness impact over time given any time range.
💠 Track your top friends and your top activities via a bar graph.
💠 Track your top friends for a given activity.
💠 Track your top activities with a given friend.
💠 Track the impact over time for each of your activities and friends.
Happyer is a modern way of journaling where one can record their day’s events and observations. We often tend to forget about events in our lives over time. Your thoughts are more organized as you record daily events thoughts and feelings about your experiences.
The goal of the app is to help you become a happier person based on past experiences. The app will help you to learn from your experiences resulting in mental and physical wellbeing and overall self-improvement.
How does it work?
Happyer reminds you to record activities (with or without friends) that you have been doing during the day. The interactive UI displays various plots identifying the effect of activities and friends on your mental health.
Rating your current level of happiness may make you more mindful. As you maintain your Happyer diary the interactive UI will be a helpful tool to learn more about the friends and activities that are bringing joy to your life. Happyer also provides the Streaks functionality to keep you motivated.
Is it based on research?
Happyer uses positive psychology and mindfulness to reduce stress develop gratitude identify the joyous bits of your life and realize how wonderful your life can be.
Several studies show journaling increases your happiness. A recent study by Howells et al. concludes that a happiness tracker can be an effective tool to make happiness seekers significantly happier which is exactly what our goal is. (https//link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10902-014-9589-1)
Howells A. Ivtzan I. & Eiroa-Orosa F. J. (2016). Putting the ‘app’in happiness a randomised controlled trial of a smartphone-based mindfulness intervention to enhance wellbeing. Journal of Happiness Studies 17(1) 163-185.
Economides M. Martman J. Bell M. J. & Sanderson B. (2018). Improvements in stress affect and irritability following brief use of a mindfulness-based smartphone app a randomized controlled trial. Mindfulness 9(5) 1584-1593.
For any queries or information please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Also https//happyer4life.com is our website.