The Diary of Samuel Pepys is admired and enjoyed as one of literature’s most compelling examples of the diarist’s art. Pepy’s famous record of London life in the 17th Century takes through dramatic times of plague and fire but is always brought reassuringly down to earth by domesticity and financial tribulations.
iPhone and iPod touch users can now get a daily dose of Pepys by downloading the Pepys Diary app. Everyday it opens on the apposite entry for that month and day. You can save you favourite entries and browse through the entries by month and year. It also reminds you when you forget to read your daily insight.
The text is taken from the Wikisource version. This was produced by David Widger and sourced from Project Gutenberg (2004-10-31 edition).