Check Out Everyday.me, A Diary App That Launched At Y-Combinator

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Y Combinator Demo Day was yesterday. A lot of consumer apps launched including the smallest, most personal network yet.Path is for 150 people and Pair is for two people, but Everyday.me is just for you.

It’s a daily app that lets you keep private pictures and notes about daily happenings. You can save and record videos, photos, emotions and tags. The app is searchable and there’s a “Blast from the Past” feature that let’s you know where you were on a specific day one year prior. Everyday.me will send you quarterly reports of your activity too.

The layout is more like Facebook timeline than a traditional diary. Right now users can link Facebook/Instagram and Twitter to their timelines. The next release will allow Foursquare, Tumblr, FitBit and Nike+ integration.

The app launched two weeks ago and boasts 2.5 million entries. The founders didn’t release user numbers but says downloads are increasing 14% per day.

The team is comprised of an ex-Googler and a former Wyse engineer and a YC alumn.

All we can say is it’s a very, very crowded space and they’ve got their work cut out for them.

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