No one is really happy about the new Day One app. It's obviously a cash-grab by BloomBuilt and demonstrates a very low business tactic, at least by 2016 standards. The app adds little to nothing and requires all existing users who wish to update to pay the full price. Mac and iOS together, that's a pretty hefty price tag. Even with the 50% launch discount, it was over $30 for a journal app I already owned. To lower that price tag, you can get Day One 2 for free (normally $4.99) via the Apple Store app. Just open the app, scroll down, and tap the banner that appears for Day One 2. This will let you get it free. This is part of an Apple-endorsed promotion and is perfectly legal. You can get the Apple Store App from the Apple App Store [Direct Link].
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