Planner & Journal - Zinnia

Planner & Journal - Zinnia for PC and Mac

Published by Pixite Inc. on 2024-04-13

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 14.0
  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.29.3
  • File size: 126.41 MB

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Planner & Journal Overview

What is Planner & Journal? Zinnia is a journaling app that helps users develop a mindful and organized lifestyle by recording their day, goals, priorities, and special moments. The app offers a variety of fun and practical journaling templates, including habit trackers, to-do lists, and weekly logs. Users can personalize their spreads with a vast library of decorative elements, including washi tape, brushes, stickers, and fonts. Zinnia is available on iOS devices and can be used with a stylus on the iPad, iPhone, or Mac laptop or desktop. The app is regularly updated with new features, content, and tutorials. Zinnia Premium offers unlimited pages and journals, export capability, and complete access to Zinnia Studio content for a subscription fee. The app also provides a free 7-day trial for users to try out the premium features.


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Planner & Journal - Zinnia Features and Description

1. Zinnia currently has more than 8 different tools for writing, painting, and editing (many from our award-winning app, Pigment), an unlimited color palette using our best-in-class color picker, and an artist-curated collection of fonts that works with our robust text editing system.

2. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a Zinnia Premium subscription.

3. Subscribe to Zinnia Premium to unlock unlimited pages and journals, export capability, and complete access to Zinnia Studio content.

4. Download Zinnia for Windows for the ultimate workflow: Design with a stylus on the iPad, create on-the-go with the iPhone, and enjoy a big screen and comfy typing on the Windows laptop or desktop.

5. You may manage Zinnia Premium subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase.

6. The free download of Zinnia is a demonstration of the software and contains restrictions on content and functionality.

7. Zinnia Premium automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

8. Use Zinnia Premium for free during the free 7-day trial.

9. Zinnia is regularly updated with new features, content, and tutorials – incorporating user requests when possible.

10. A variety of fun-but-practical journaling templates provide colorful structure: habit trackers, to-do lists, weekly logs and more.

11. Learn artistic techniques and find creative inspiration with our massive collection of tutorials! Visit to get started.


  • - Digital format is a huge bonus
  • - Syncs between devices
  • - Access to everything for one affordable yearly rate
  • - Ability to journal, plan, shop, workout, create new habits, etc.
  • - Cute little journal with washi tape and stickers
  • - Customizable with thoughtfully built in functions
  • - SO MANY sticker, washi tape, and template options
  • - Calligraphy practice sheets

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Planner & Journal - Zinnia - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Whtimiswhtugt

    Absolutely Love This App

    I’ve been wanting this type of planner for a long long time, but spending the money for it is just crazy 🙈 and then what do I do with it 🤔 the fact that, this is digital is a huge bonus (for me) I can create, destroy, recreate, etc, etc, all day long 🥳. I love that it syncs between devices, I set up my first calendar on my iPad, then can look at it on my iPhone. I love that I have access to everything for one extremely affordable yearly rate. I love that I can journal, plan, shop, workout, create new habits, or anything else that I’d like to do from one single app 🥳 I was sold on this when I saw the fb ad, the cost is my next wonder, then reviews after that. I already knew I was going to get this but what sealed it for me was a review. I love when the developers respond to reviews (I realize you/they can’t respond to every review) but this particular review was bashing this app/company for charging so much (monthly vs yearly rates) and making a profit on the app. I read their idiotic review and also the developers defense response. I left the reviews and downloaded the app seconds later. I just want to thank the developers for all of your hard work because this app is phenomenal. You’ve saved me so much money alone with buying the physical supplies, and the time in having to put it all together.

  • By Angelofthehouse

    This is EXACTLY what I have been looking for!

    Writing/Doodling/Planning in a journal increases my productivity and helps alleviate anxiety. But I am a busy woman. I need an iPad for the multitude of other things that I juggle (research, scheduling, Zooming, writing for publication, etc.) I have been longing for a cute little journal with washi tape and stickers, but I don’t have room in my bag, or time to spend at the craft store. This particular app allows me to relax and take control of my life with a stylus, and it doesn’t add more “crap” to my life. I love it. I have one suggestion, though. Would it be possible to put it some medical trackers? Like, something similar to the water trackers, but for daily medication? (I love the little water tracker stickers that you can put on a daily page.) I take care of my 85 year old mother, and I would love to be able to track her meds and doctor’s appointments, and maybe some day my own. When my children were young, one of them had some minor health problems, which required a lot of pediatrician visits. I would have loved a tracker to help me keep that information straight. Also, when my kids were babies (I had twins), I had to keep track of diapers and bottles and all kinds of horrible things. A tracker for that stuff would definitely be useful for young parents.

  • By purpleflower721

    Great app, but be aware of subscription restrictions

    I’ve had this app for a few days and I’m having a lot of fun with it! I love all the available features and how customizable it is with thoughtfully built in functions like being able to change the color of templates, pick colors straight from a picture or the spread, and group/ungroup objects. There’s also SO MANY sticker, washi tape, and template options, even calligraphy practice sheets, which allows me to get really creative with it. The only complaint I have so far is that as soon as I tried to add a sticker for the first time, it said I had to upgrade (which means paying for a subscription). It seems like it falls somewhat (although not entirely) into the category of apps that require you to subscribe to actually use them in a reasonable way, which is kind of annoying. I went for it and I think it’s definitely worth it, but it’s something you should be aware of. Overall, I would 100% recommend this app, especially if you like bullet journaling, scrapbooking, planning, and aesthetic things in general.

  • By moushidoodles

    Room for improvement

    I’ve been using this app for a couple weeks now and I’m really enjoying it. I bit the bullet and bought the app for the year, to be honest the free version while cool is extremely limited in the number of pages you can have which I get but it was so limited that I initially uninstalled it. Now that I have the full version I’m keeping several journals for my mental health, my personal planner, my school planner, my student meetings and my parent meetings. Two pieces of advice I would give to the developers is to include coloring pages or stickers, a little bit of a mental break activity that I think would be easy to include, it would just be the line work so the person can color in the piece, I thought this would be really cool especially with the mandalas but it didn’t work. My second piece of advice would to allow for offline access to your journals. The person might not be able to use all the stickers, but adding pages and allowing for the person to write out their thoughts while offline I think would be really nice and doable. The person can also view and add to their planners without being online, I ran into this issue when I was away from the house and needed to check my schedule, but wasn’t able to, since I didn’t have access to WiFi. I think with these additions this app would be just about perfect for the needs it wants to fulfill.

  • By abdul fattah yono

    Potential, but not there yet

    When I saw this app off an Instagram ad, I was so excited to try it out, as I’ve bullet-journaled for years and have been hoping to find a paperless option that would give me the same capabilities as my paperless journal. I wanted to love this app and I love the idea of having online stickers and washi tape, but within five minutes of using the app I could tell how glitchy it was (using the drawing tool, my lines would shift around after setting down the pencil) and immediately deleted it. I have a couple suggestions for this app that would make it more similar to a physical planner: offer an option to disable the text feature of templates (really frustrating trying to handwrite on it), offer a tool for drawing straight lines as opposed to using one of the planner templates, offer a tool to allow people to draw an area of the paper sticker they want to use (rather than just putting a rectangle on the page), maybe portrait mode can be one half of a two-page spread and landscape would allow the user to see both pages? Yes, $40 may be cheaper than the amount someone spends on a paper journal and tools, but there’s also an opportunity cost of this app, which is the frustration and time spent trying to deal with the glitches. I would love to try this app again if the bugs are worked out, and I really hope they are, because this app is a wonderful idea.

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