Pick: Bullet Journal
Megan Morrone's app cap on iOS Today 329 this week isn't an app -- it's the Bullet Journal. This journal is designed to track the past, organize the present, and plan for the future. The Bullets help you organize your entries into three categories: Tasks, Events, and Notes.
The pages in the journal are just made up of "bullets" or dots. Tasks are represented as a simple dot, and when a task is complete you draw in an X. The ">" symbol means a task has been migrated forward into the next monthly log, and a "<" symbol means a task has been moved backward into the Future Log. Using an "O" represents date-related event entries. Notes are represented using a dash, which can include facts, thoughts, ideas, and observations.