iOS 17 Journal app is now available in beta — here’s how to get it

The iOS 17 Journal app is currently available in beta; see how to obtain it.

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This new feature is one of the most awaited benefits of iOS 17, which was unveiled at Apple’s WWDC event in early June. Regretfully, despite iOS 17’s formal September debut, the Journal app has been postponed.

But I can finally get rid of that annoying question now that Apple has released the Journal app through the iOS 17.2 developer beta. Folks, the Journal app is now available! Okay, in a way.

How to download the beta version of the iOS 17 Journal app
No, iOS 17 stable release of the Journal app is not yet official, but you can test it out right now by downloading the latest build from this link or by going to Settings > General > Software Update and selecting iOS 17 Developer Beta from the “Beta Updates” section.

Adeeti Ullal, Senior Manager of Sensing and Connectivity at Apple, claims that “on-device machine-learning” is used by the Journal app to provide tailored recommendations that encourage introspection and life journaling. What information does your iPhone use to suggest these apps? It will access your workouts, podcasts, music, pictures, and more.

You can also set up alerts to remind you to begin writing reflectively and mindfully at the beginning or end of the day.

Remember that because the Journal app is currently in development beta, it can still have bugs and other issues. According to 9to5Mac, iOS 17.2 will be officially released to the public “soon.”

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