Hula - find a clinic or doctor, get STD tested, and share your verified results in online dating sites, restaurants, bars, clubs and meetups
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Hula is a free way to find STD testing, get the results on your phone, and share your verified STD status. Get tested. Get your results. Get some love!
How does Hula work?
1) Use our test center locator to find the best center for you.
2) Get your verified results. Your provider will transmit your records into your secure Hula account.
3) Share the love. Privately and securely share your results however you like.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
- Updates to our STD test center locator.
- Bug fixes.
Trip Advisor meet my penis
What a great app. Yes there a few bugs that need to be worked out (already discussed above), but it's an overall great app.
That said, I feel compelled to give it 4-stars for a reason. I don't think it goes far enough. I think there needs to be another feature to it.
It already has the share feature to it. However, it doesn't go far enough. What good is this app really going to do if only the clean people share their results? A better idea would be to create another feature within the app that would provide an alternative to voluntary sharing. Partner with counties, cities, clinics, and condom manufacturers to get them to provide rewards for not only getting tested but also for letting the clinic post the results. If successful at incentivizing people to get tested, the latter part if my suggestion would definitely increase people's confidence in the results as well as in the ability of the app to correctly identify who does and doesn't have gonnosyphiherpeles.
Fantastic combination of tech and public health
As an Master of Public Health candidate, I think this app is a wonderful use of technology to improve public health. It empowers people to better manage their health. Because sex and STIs are often taboo subjects, many people are frequently embarrassed or scared to seek the information and help they need to practice safe sex.
Also, as someone who was born and raised in Hawaii and who is part Native Hawaiian, I think that comments about the app’s name negatively portraying the Hawaiian culture only support the fact that we need more open dialogue around STIs and sexual health. This app is about helping people be safe and healthy, which I think is very positive. The “get lei’d” joke is used all the time with no malice behind it.
Needs ability to report issues
For example, if a clinic's hours are shown incorrectly (a 9-5 place is shown as opening at 5pm and closing at 9am), there needs to be a way to report that problem.
Sad to see that a sorely-needed service such as this has been hamstrung by a poor choice of name. Hopefully you can gracefully change it and start anew. It takes humility to admit you were wrong and make it right. Take another look at all those 1-star reviews, and realize that people WANT this app to succeed. Change the name and make it so.
- Category: Lifestyle
- Updated: Nov 09, 2013
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 5.7 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: Qpid.me, Inc.
- © 2013 Hula
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.