Penzu is a web-based journal app that lets you create your own online diary. With rigorous privacy controls, you can choose which entries you want to share and how. This ability to control privacy in addition to good Customization and editing tools make Penzu a great option for anyone who enjoys keeping a record of their thoughts and reflections.
Setting up Penzu is easy with options to choose your journal cover and font. The interface is minimalist and the visuals are relatively simple. Another visual quirk is a banner at the bottom prompting users to upgrade from the app?s free version. In some cases, text can disappear behind the banner as you are typing. For the most part, posting is as equally straightforward as the set-up. You can write offline and search journals. You also have the choice of uploading images or embedding photos from Flickr. You can also export journal entries in PDF, TXT, RSS and XML files. Privacy controls include a second the option to set a password and data encryption.
Penzu is available with three account options, ranging from the free Classic option to paid Pro and Pro Plus options. The Classic account is enough for most journaling needs, including auto save and wordcount. Other features include unlimited disk space and the ability for others to post comments. The Pro version has additional fonts and backgrounds as well as the ability to make multiple journals. Pro also includes rich-text formatting, spell check, and tagging. For the most part Pro Plus only features a larger suite of fonts. Overall,