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Pillboxie is the easy way to remember your meds. Other med reminder apps are either too complicated or just downright boring. Pillboxie is easy because it lets you *visually* manage your meds. Scheduling a reminder is as easy as dropping a pill into a pillbox.

• Designed and developed by a registered nurse.

• Schedule reminders just by dropping pills into a pillbox.

• Reminds you on time, even if your device is asleep.

• No network connection required!

• Use Pillboxie on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

• Pleasant reminder sounds make Pillboxie a comfortable addition to your day.

• Customize your meds with tons of combinations of med types and colors.

• Pixel-perfect original graphics look great on Retina Displays.

• See a list of what meds are "due today" and check them off as you go.

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NOTE: Pillboxie will only run on devices running iOS 5.0 or later.

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Thanks for considering Pillboxie! I hope it helps turn an otherwise tedious task into something pleasant.

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For support or feature requests, email me at

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What's New in Version 2.7.1

Fixes crashing on launch.

New in Version 2.7:
Minor bug fixes for iOS 7.
Now requires iOS 7 as a minimum.


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Customer Reviews

Great apps, a few suggestions

This app is great! It could be better, though. I would love for the medication alert to have an adjustable volume setting. It goes off as loud as the ringer setting, slightly frightening in the a.m. hours. The app does not offer an oval shape pill option in the pill shape feature area. It would be nice to see an option for topical medications and multivitamins, since doctors often want to know this information. I love that you can email the medication list to anyone!! Great helper for ER visits. The ability to have more than one patient in the patient list is really cool, but I'd like the see more options with that feature as well. A feature that let's you add doctors or previous surgeries would be nice. Overall, really happy with it. I hope they continue to update.

Horrible Medication Reminder

I've been using this app for over a year. I take 17 medications a day. I set the timer to take 8 at 07:00 and 8 at 10:00 pm. Then I have one med, I take every 48 hours.
The problem I continue to have is, if I take my meds scheduled at 07:00 at 6:45 and log them in on the Pill Reminder. At any given time after the scheduled time, the reminder does not show I took my 07:00 meds at all. The same happens for my evening meds, if I take them earlier than the scheduled time.
Initially, I thought I hadn't taken my medications. To be safe, I counted my remaining meds and tracked the remaining by date.
By not taking my medications everyday on or around the same time, can cause my complete medication regiment to be changed completely. Not something I would wish on anyone.
If you do choose this app, I hope you do not encounter the problems I've had. Just double check to make sure.

Trying to see if it will work for me

Just downloaded and realized it is all time (clocked) based and I do not take any of my meds that way. So going to play with it and see if I can make it work for me.

I take my pills based on when I wake up. Then after my first pill I take them based on when they are due. Example: one pill I would take when I wake up at 8am, then I take them every four hours until I go to sleep. Some days I might be ill and not wake up until 10am. In that case I take them four fours until I go to bed. Every day is different. The important part is not the time I take them, but the spacing. There is no place to enter the spacing. We will see.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • $0.99
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.7.1
  • Size: 59.2 MB
  • Languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.

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