MoodDiary is a mood tracking application for Android phones. The app triggers a notification on a regular basis and asks about the users’ feelings. Sensor information are recorded for each answered/ignored inquiry, which is then used to optimise the interruption behaviour of the application through a machine learning approach.

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Google Play Store

MoodDiary is available from the Google Play store (link). If you have an Android phone, feel free to try it out.

Related Publications

  • Poppinga, Benjamin; Heuten, Wilko; Boll, Susanne – Sensor-based Identification of Opportune Moments to Trigger Unobtrusive Notifications. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 13(1), pp. 22–29. IEEE Xplore, PDF