The award winning kids digital diary
DiaryZapp is the fun journaling app that encourages children aged 4+ to write and draw about their daily adventures.
Designed by a family for families, there are no ads or in-app purchases.
Positive screen time, just the way you want it.
Children create their own Zappicon character to guide them through the app. Rewards are unlocked as children expand their vocabulary and write regularly. They can share their diary pages with friends and family in a parent controlled network.
When your child becomes an official Zapper they will meet their very own Zappicon, who needs a cool name, and to be styled.
Zappicon’s are your child’s best friend in the app. They’re itching to help create the best diary ever, sharing helpful hints and tips on how to earn extra points!
When your child is zapping, every day is an adventure. And, if they don’t feel like writing about their day, they can draw and paint with our extensive toolbox instead.
Every child’s diary is a special place to save treasured memories. It’s also a quick and easy way for them to share their news.
From sending Grandma a picture by the pool, to showing their new bike to their friends, DiaryZapp allows them to share their adventures.
Picture the scene: you’re sitting around the dinner table talking about your day and suddenly your child comes out with a new word describing what they have been up to.
DiaryZapp vocabulary boost has given them new words to play with.
What are people saying about DiaryZapp!
National Literacy Trust (UK)
‘DiaryZapp makes creating a digital diary easy and is an opportunity for young children to create records of their everyday life and promote early writing skills.’
Encouraging kids to write daily can be challenging, but this app makes journaling fun, creative, and easy.’
‘With this app, your child will learn something new every day and would utilize his/her time in doing something productive.’
Charlene, Parent of two
‘I love seeing my children’s masterpieces. I have a 5 year old boy who uses it for drawing and an 8 year old daughter who uses it to capture her day.