By Nic Mulvaney Ltd
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
weatherless can help to predict your migraine before it happens …using the weather. If you suffer from migraines, download this app today.
Changes in weather conditions, especially atmospheric pressure, can trigger migraines for many people in the same area. weatherless usefully informs you if others are suffering a migraine nearby.
How does it work?
Many migraine sufferers can feel an "aura" before the migraine begins. By submitting your own condition, detailed information is collected about the exact weather in your area allowing the causes of your migraine to be analysed. In this way, over 40 pieces of unique data help to build a fingerprint associated with your migraine.
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users can gather even more accurate data from the built-in barometer.
I can't find a way to change the temperature to Fahrenheit, looks like it's only available in Celsius. I can't tell how this would 'alert' you about possible migraines either - when I answered the two questions it says that 'no one in my area is reporting migraines'. So I guess more people need to have the app for it to work? There doesn't appear to be anywhere to enter your personal info (age, gender, etc) it uses only your location to analyze migraine potential? Not sure how or if this will work.
The idea that weather can affect migraines is insightful. Clogged nasal cavities are especially susceptible to air pressure changes. Nice to see an app that can help track users migraines and give you the current weather.
I hope the author updates and includes additional features for mitigating migraines. For migraines from sinuses using a tuning fork in the nose did wonders. Weird but true.
I love the interface. Its easy to add data points for migration days and non migraine days, which is important when figuring out trigger. Unlike many other apps you are asked 50 questions every time you log.
BUT it's useless if i can't view my history or export the data. You also can't choose what units yup use, I'd rather use Fahrenheit for temp and inches for pressure
Over all, it's just not ready for it to be useful.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Released: Nov 13, 2014
- Version: 1.0.0
- Size: 4.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Nic Mulvaney Ltd
- © Nic Mulvaney
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.