iDailyDiary Free v4.00 Updated

billon on 2 Jul 2018
  • 11MB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 30 Jun 2018
  • Suggested by Allen Smith

iDailyDiary Free is a program tailored for taking daily notes, creating a journal, putting your thoughts into writing etc. The documents you create are encrypted and require a password to access. The built-in editor supports graphics, hypertext links and links to other diary pages. iDailyDiary is fully searchable so you can track down important dates and reminders. You can also export your diary to HTML web pages.

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System Requirements: Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Registry: Last window location and last opened diary.
Stealth: ? No
Unicode support: No
License: Liteware
How to extract:
  1. Download the installer and extract to a temporary folder
  2. The application is in the {app} folder
  3. Launch iDD.exe
What's new? See:
https://www.splinterware.com/info/news.html

13 comments on iDailyDiary Free  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Kat 2007-08-26 02:43

Caution is warranted. I used iDD until it lost my diary, twice, and the two backups I'd made failed. They were unable to solve my problem.

John 2007-12-02 03:22

Just copy all of the program files directory then you will be able to restore the diary or use it on another computer (as I do via USB flash drive)

Jerry 2007-12-04 21:31

Yeah... I had it dump my diary once too. Not sure what the remedy for that is. I'm glad I hadn't had much in it.

mozkill 2007-12-10 12:00

there needs to be another option for this kind of app. i think i might write a diary app in Java that uses the JSystemTray applet in JRE 1.6 and stores the data in flat xml. people who need it encrypted can use TrueCrypt to store the xml files.

r 2008-02-13 18:47

is there another program like this that is portable?

i'd rather have a diary than a blog!

infestedtassadar-x17 2009-03-27 15:45

What kind of "encryption" does this program use? Couldnt seem to find any details on this

infestedtassadar-x17 2009-03-28 00:34

why not use fSekrit, or keepass? truecrypt and gpgusb work great at securing notes also

Paul 2009-03-29 03:48

Just use Evernote. There's a portable version for your USB drive plus it syncs automatically.

Vavo 2009-04-04 09:26

You can make a blog for this and make it private so only you can read. This program is nothing special

MrP 2009-07-26 19:20

Have a look at Advanced Diary (the last freeware version was 1.3 - http://www.aplusfreeware.com/categories/LFWV/AdvancedDiary.html. This allows backup to Rich Text Format files, if you don't trust diary 'databases' this could be the option for you. Store the diary and files on a TrueCrypt volume for security (although the software does support password protection).

Mixture 2011-12-29 00:32

I have version 3.41 and use it occationally.

@infestedtassadar-x17;
I found this in the Help file:
"All versions of iDailyDiary have always encrypted the diary data files, whether they are password protected or not. From version 3.00 the encryption has been improved to a 128bit Blowfish cipher."

V3.81

Mixture 2011-12-29 00:35

@infestedtassadar-x17;
If you need a formless text editor with strong encryption, please try CryptoTE 0.5.390.
https://idlebox.net/2009/cryptote/

V3.81

dany 2011-12-29 00:49

@Vavo: with the exception that the files reside encrypted on my HD at home and not unencrypted on an unknown and far away server which you have no control over.

V3.81

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