Track feelings in a visually appealing and colorful manner.

Feelings are subjective entities, difficult to represent in material form. Correct? That may, generally, hold true, but a new app can enable those who have iPhones to represent these abstract nouns using color, shape and even number rankings.

Expereal, created in 2011 by developer Jonathan Cohen, allows users to put a digit to their mood in a particular time frame. They will amass a collection of data and images that can map out these emotions on the iPhone and assess the general pattern over a period of time. Users can choose to compare their results with those of others anonymously and a Facebook log-in is required to make use of the app.

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