You can enter an unlimited number of chronological records with a title, an extended note (also in HTML format), and classification.
Optionally you can also enter an infinite number of attributes that can characterize the recording and an infinite number of attachments of any kind (images, sounds, files).
If you open a record already inserted this is displayed in consultation mode, where you can have a read-only glance and see the thumbnails of image attachments.
On the records list you can apply a filter based on the textual content, classification, start date and end date.
To speed up the loading it is also possible to specify the maximum number of items to display in the list.
You can export the contents to a file as backup or as to transfer data to other applications of the suite of BasicDiary programs, for desktop computers or mobile Java. Backups can also be encrypted to protect your privacy.
Also to protect the security of your data, you can set an access password, and you can also specify that individual entries are stored encrypted. For these, however, you can not find the text of the notes.
There is also a function to protect all records listed.
Among the types of attributes that can be set there are also lists (listing all the values already used for the same attribute) and the location, which makes it possible to store the user's current location in geographic coordinates or the address. This attribute will then be able to view this location on Google Maps in consultation mode.
THE NETWORK ACCESS PERMISSION REQUIRED FROM THE APPLICAZION IS ONLY USED TO GET THE USER'S LOCATION IN ABSENCE OF GPS SIGNAL.
ANY INFORMATION ENTERED FROM THE USER WILL NEVER BE SENT IN ANY WAY OVER THE NETWORK.
In settings you can choose the display theme among those present on the operating system, in addition to specifying the font size and set the number of hours after midnight by which the date of a new recording is set to the day before (useful to those who writes the diary of the day before going to sleep!)
BasicDiaryDroid is part of a suite of multi-platform applications among which you can transfer the data. For example, you can record on your Android phone and bring your recordings on BasicDiary for desktop, from which you can make statistics and reports.