Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety

Moodpath: Depression & Anxiety

By Aurora Health GmbH

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2015-11-11
  • Current Version: 3.1.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 54.50 MB
  • Developer: Aurora Health GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 12,206 Ratings


Do you struggle with some of your thoughts and feelings? Are you looking for ways to improve your emotional well-being? Moodpath is your personalized mental health companion. Try it out and find a place to reflect and get information, encouragement, and guidance. FEATURES 1) Assess your mental health - Answer daily questions about your emotional and physical well-being - Get a bi-weekly mental health assessment - Share your assessment with mental health professionals 2) Track and reflect - Use Moodpath as your intelligent mood journal - Have a quick reference of your emotional states throughout the day - Reflect on your thoughts, feelings, and experiences - Receive helpful and supportive insights to understand patterns and triggers 3) Improve - Choose from a large library of audio and written exercises, based on the methods of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) - Understand the psychology behind your moods - Improve your sleep - Reduce brooding - Learn effective mindfulness techniques - Acquire skills in self-compassion You can find more information about our terms of use here: Here you can learn more about our privacy policy: The monthly and annual Moodpath Plus subscription renews automatically unless turned off in Account Settings at least 24h before current period ends. Payment is charged to your iTunes account. Unused portion of the free trial is forfeited after purchase. CONNECT WITH US Web – Facebook – Twitter – Mail -



  • Issues

    By S.J-A
    I’ve only just started the app. But I’m already having some issues. Specifically, it seems to think that I in a different time zone than I actually am. So I’m not getting my morning notifications and when I go to log in the journal at 730 in the morning it thinks it’s 1630. Leaving me with an inaccurate report of my mood and though the day. I could not find anywhere in the app to potentially fix this on my own so I feel that I might have to delete it and reinstall at a later date.
  • Not Great

    By samflick
    The app doesn’t factor in anything about what I know about my mental health. It’s “insights” are that I have symptoms of depression. Well... yeah... that was diagnosed already and I’ve been treating it for 13 years. I presumed the app would have better functionality for people who are monitoring their mental health; after their diagnosis, during long term treatment (monitoring large trends). It’s extremely unhelpful to “monitor” health by selecting presumed negative/positive emotions. There’s no way to measure the intensity of the negatives so you can’t track anything more than the moods you felt on an overall negative/positive day. They could add really basic analytics based on intensity and frequency that would make this app useful.
  • Please fix timezone support

    By R++
    I’m being said good morning at 7pm so there’s definitely an issue i. how you support timezone. The app seems pretty good otherwise but that fundamental bug makes me wonder how the rest of the app and eventual recommendations are worth using it.
  • Amazing, but really upsetting bugs

    By Trinity2002
    This app worked amazingly, I loved its advice and I was actually able to keep up with it longer than I ever have any on any mood tracking app. Annoyingly, after 17 days, all my data disappeared and was replaced with “missed day” or something like that. This app is worth nothing if it can’t save its own data and make it impossible to find solutions to recover it. Garbage
  • This app isn’t for you if you’re broke

    By Yourmagesty
    I can’t afford my emotional well-being it seems like so this app is useless to me since I can’t afford to pay
  • 10/10

    By tmlh16
    I would recommend this to anyone who struggles with overwhelming and fluctuating emotions throughout the day. This has allowed me to not only be more conscious and mindful of how I’m feeling, but with what’s going on around me. It’s also helped make me feel more in control of my day; it really gives me something to look forward to and encourages me to do more with my day so that I can document it. This truly has been a fun way to start my journey to being mentally healthy. ❤️
  • Just got this app

    By oozydiamond
    I downloaded this app two days ago so I’m waiting after the 14 day assessment. So far so good I guess. The only complaint I have is that the app doesn’t alert me when it’s time to answer the questions. I have the notifications on in my settings but I don’t got any notifications.
  • A tool for Self-reflection & introspection for those who internalize or are at a loss for words...

    By LaKkisha
    I am really enjoying the Moodpath app so far, I think it can be very helpful for a lot of people to use as a way to log everyday stresses and experiences instead of internalizing and breeding more negativity in your inner world. Personally, I find it SO much easier than standard journaling because sometimes when I’m having a bad day, I don’t have the motivation or mental energy to put my thoughts & feelings into words. Putting the pen to paper feels like an extremely overwhelming and even impossible task. It is an amazing concept to be able to put everything down in the Moodpath journal that I’m struggling with but don’t know how to say. Instead of avoiding and choosing not to confront problems I’m holding on to, I am able to express my emotions and experiences in simple word bubbles that I feel most accurately describe my day. It includes real feelings and descriptions I can relate to and can look back so I can recognize patterns of my emotions over time and how they link to certain situations in my life. This is a game changer for me to be able to put aside time to reflect on my mental health without feeling like it takes such a huge effort when I’m already feeling drained. Moodpath is easy to use and flexible enough that you can spend no more than a few minutes clicking pre-formatted words, or you can choose to go as in-depth as you want at any given time. You can journal as little or as much as you want with no pressure of it feeling like a burden or a chore. Usually after experiencing turmoil or distress in my life, I am left feeling confused and emotionally disconnected with hopes to distract myself from the painful emotions. I know this is not a healthy approach, so by tuning in to myself and dealing with these emotions day-to-day, I can bring a little more clarity and insight on what I’m going through internally. Rather than holding it in and feeling emotionally scattered, Moodpath helps me feel more understood. I also really, really appreciate that the app suggests a balance of positive & negative feelings and experiences, so I can attribute some of the positive aspects of my day as well that I might not have been able to recognize before. Instead of solely focusing and pinpointing the negatives, I can reassess and start to appreciate the good parts too, helping me see the light in the darkness.
  • I’m pretty happy because of this

    By hgb011
    It has really helped me talk and figure out my moods. I like how it doesn’t ask the same questions every day plus I don’t feel pressured like I would with a regular person.
  • Awesome App

    By Isit6am
    I am only 5 days in and I’ve missed several sets of questions but when I remember to do them, I’ve noticed that I analyze my feelings more than I would if I hadn’t answered them. I am more mindful and it gives me the opportunity to think about what I’m thinking about.