Since last week, I’ve been using this free iPhone app called Happier. I post thoughts, pics, ideas or stuff that happened to me earlier (or are currently happening) and share it with users there.
You have the option of linking Happier to facebook and Twitter accounts so you can share your happy moments simultaneously through these channels. I’ve linked my Happier to both my facebook and Twitter accounts but I get to control when I share content on both. I really like this feature!
You can checkout my profile on Happier.
December 22, 2015 Update: I’ve deactivated my Happier account and uninstalled the app from my iPhone in late 2014 as it kept crashing even after restart and reinstalls. I just got frustrated with it.
For optimum benefit
Happier recommends you post 3 happy moments per day on Happier; you can even set email notifications to ensure you post some happy moments!
If you don’t have an iPhone, you can still access happier from a web browser: you can post online by uploading images, quotes/status updates and anything else you want. You get confetti and a different celebratory animation each time you post something on happier. It gets addictive!
Also, it seems like people who use these apps are so happy to be there, they cheer you on for posting happy moments while gladly sharing their happy moments with the community. Strangers become friends quickly and I must say it’s impressive! When you get a chance, check them out because this app rocks! Below, I screen-capped my profile page with a happier post I made, for your reference. Click on it to zoom in!
More info from the official website:
Happier is a happiness company.
Yep, you read that right. We created Happier with one mission in mind: To help you be HAPPIER.
We’re inspired by research that shows focusing on the positive and sharing good things with people you care about makes you happier, healthier, and more productive. (Check it out if you’re curious.)
Happier is a simple and beautiful way to collect happy moments you find in every day, share them with close friends and family, and be inspired to do more of what makes you happier.