Three screenshots of a mobile productivity app called Blyss, presented against a light blue background. The top of each screenshot displays the month

I’ve never really felt the need for a productivity app. I used to believe that tracking my productivity wasn’t essential, and with so many apps available in the market, it was intimidating to find the right one. That is until I stumbled upon Blyss.

What I immediately fell in love with was the app’s minimalist approach to productivity tracking. The sleek look and feel of the app coupled with its sophisticated features really make it standout. The app is highly intuitive and customizable, allowing you to choose what activities you want to track, be it chores, meals, sleep, or hobbies. Every evening, the app prompts you to mark your mood, how well you slept the previous night, what meals you had that day, what hobbies you engaged in, what chores you completed, and much more.

One of my favorite features is the monthly “mood flow” chart that displays your highs and lows for the month. Another great feature is the ability to create your own activity groups. For instance, I created a “Pets” group where I added activities like “Playing with my dog” and “Giving my dog a bath”.

One minor issue I faced was that although you can set emojis for everything you’re tracking and even change the default emojis, the app doesn’t allow you to search the emoji library. You have to manually find the emojis by scrolling and filtering them by category.

While the app is available for free on Apple Store, it’s currently not available for Android users.