Symple - Symptom Tracker & Health Diary
By Symple Health, Inc.
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** Apple App Store Featured Medical App for 2015 **
Symple is the easiest way to monitor the ebb and flow of your symptoms over long periods of time. Designed by both patients and doctors, Symple delivers an uplifting experience when you need it most.
"True to its name, Symple is a simple app with an elegant interface." - Men's Health
"The beauty behind Symple is the quick data capture and the ability to track your symptoms in your words, not just by a score." - Macworld
"This is so brilliant...This is the kind of data that your doctor can never get from you." - Fox and Friends
"If you’re experiencing symptoms but don’t know why, try the Symple solution." - Healthline Best Healthy Lifestyle iPhone Apps of 2015
• track up to 10 symptoms at a time, in just seconds a day
• record medications, exercise & other factors that influence how you feel
• snap up to 4 photos per day
• rotate iPhone to landscape to view interactive graphs
• share an overview with your doctor
• export data to your favorite spreadsheet app
UPGRADE for these fine features:
1. enrich your data with daily journal entries, and
2. track unlimited symptoms, and
3. track unlimited factors, and
4. view longer graphing intervals, and
5. secure your data with passcode protection
Like a thermometer in your medicine cabinet, Symple captures important information about your health. There when you need it, and out of the way when you don't, Symple makes remembering and reporting symptoms, well, simple.
FIVE STARS "My shoulder pain kept coming and going, but I didn't know why. Tracking it with Symple helped me figure it out."
FIVE STARS "Remembering what happens between office visits is a breeze. And I love the Doctor's Report. Yay!"
FIVE STARS "Symple offers my patients a better way to report their symptoms, which lets us be more collaborative. Good work!"
BUILT WITH BOTH THE PATIENT AND CLINICIAN IN MIND.
Please keep sharing feature requests, questions & advice.
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What's New in Version 2.0.9
The quiet path beckons.
See the goose chase wayward chicks?
To walk is to live.
Our neighbor Marty walks between 7 and 12 miles. Every day. We see him on our way to school, in foul weather and fair. Marty is in his eighties.
Aunt Jen lives alone and gets around on her two feet. She walks along busy streets to the bank, to the diner, to the market...several times a week. She clocks in about 3 miles each trip. Aunt Jen is in her nineties.
Beloved Edie lives with cancer. She walks her dogs around the field twice a day. Every possible day.
Walking around, moving your body is the very best medicine for heart and soul. Even if your knees are stiff or your back is complaining, try your very hardest to keep moving. Go slow. Observe this one beautiful and magnificent day. And remember, "motion is the lotion" that keeps things moving smoothly!
• Import steps, heart rate and sleep data into factors from Apple Health
• Improved data backup/restore engine
• More stability improvements and bug fixes
Finally, as we wind down our 2.0 version numbers, we would like to thank everyone for your support, kind words, thoughtful critique, and general goodness of heart.
So far using the free version
So far I'm using the free version to test it out. It has a lot of what I need in an app, I have been looking for something like this for a long time. After a week or two, if I like it, I will need to upgrade to the paid version. 10 factors may not be enough for anyone really, even if they are tracking one symptom. I'm trying to track a lot of symptoms as well. The one thing I feel this is missing after a few days of using it is being able to sync with food tracking apps and menstrual cycle tracking apps. I like that it will sync with Apple health to get sleep and exercise data but would be great if it could also sync with food as well. You can use high dairy or high sugar or high carbs as factors but inputting your food directly into an app (for instance a calorie counter) could also indicate when something has high fat or high salt, etc. I think it would be easier for the developers of they allowed it to sync rather than adding in complete food tracking to this app, especially since most food tracker apps already have a database of food. Overall I think this app is pretty well designed and had high potential for the future.
Nearly useless now
When I first got this app, it was pretty simple and just tracked my symptoms throughout the day. I like that it's broken up by AM, PM, Mid, and Night. I needed several more trackers than just ten so I paid for the upgraded app. Since the new update, I can't add symptoms if the time frame has passed by even a minute. I forgot to track my AM symptoms today, but now that it's midday, I can't add AM symptoms. So that's pointless. I also can't print a graph of my trackers, and it's difficult to see the the little bubbles on the report. My doctor never looks at it because he can't read it, I have to interpret it for him. Unless the ability to track all days symptoms comes back, I'm done with this app.
I had issues with the app after an update. However, response time to my inquiry was mere minutes. The problem has since been resolved thanks to Natasha's speedy assistance.
In the past 10 days I have experienced unexpected, serious medical drama and I greatly appreciate being able to track symptoms and having a journal. The quotes after entering symptoms are inspiring as well!