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Medication Tracker is an application that helps you keep track of up to 4 medicines at a time. You can keep track of how many times you have taken medicines on any day, by clicking on the buttons on the first screen, as and when you take them. You can also set the medicine names to whatever you want using the Settings screen.
Unlimited family history can be stored along with start and end dates in the Family screen.
There is also a Statistics screen that gives you current information about the medicines that you are taking and can provide daily, monthly and yearly totals and averages for the medicines taken.
The application is light-weight and starts up quickly and very easy to use. If you have any issues, do no hesitate to contact us. If you like the application, do review it for the benefit of others.
Have fun medicating yourself !
Too small, Poor implimentation
Only tracks four drugs. Really doesn't track- you touch one of the four drug names and a check mark appears. Then a counter goes up by one for the drug. I take way more than four meds. If I took only four I could remember if I took them. The work needed to record you took it, is too many keystrokes. You have to end the day yourself. The statistics it saves are of questionable use. ie. percent taken in a month or year. Total pills taken in a year. This app is not a good starting point. I think it should start over. The logo took more time than the program design. Sorry, I could use a easy pill tracker. This is not it.
Difficult navigation, directions
There should be a medication reminder and more medication options (users create their own amount, instead of the standard 4). There should be a way to keep track of medications that are taken more than once a day as well. Perhaps instead of having "1" it could be counted in fractions. For example, you take Med A twice daily. You record it the first time you take it, and are given 0.5 as the count. Then when you record your second dose, it would be recorded as 1.
Needs major overhaul
It needs to be able to track more than 4 medicines. Also all of my medicines need to be taken at certain intervals such as every 8 hours or they have to be taken at a certain time like 10 pm every night. This app has no options to track by time or interval. So it's pretty useless in it's current state.
I gave the app 3 stars because the developers made the app free in order to get feedback so I don't want to drag their rating down too far if they are willing to fix problems based on feedback. I will update the review based on the next version.
- Category: Medical
- Released: Mar 05, 2009
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 0.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Vikas Kumar
- © Vikas Kumar
Compatibility: Requires iOS 2.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.