Designed for the iPad, iPhone and with Apple Watch support, Track My Rx offers the powerful combination of robust functionality with a simple, straight-forward user interface which makes it easy to track medications, vitamins and/or supplements for one person or an entire family.

Apple Watch Features:

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Record taking medications directly from the Apple Watch

Reminders setup in the iPhone app are sent subtly to the Apple Watch were you can record taking the medication by tapping the record button.

iPhone and iPad Features:

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Supports English, Spanish, German, French, Japanese, Korean, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), Afrikaans, Welch, Danish, Dutch, Finish, Greek, Indonesian, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese languages

Share data between multiple iPhones/iPads

Track unlimited medications for an unlimited amount of people

Medication groups (blister packs) which allow you to record the taking of several medications with a single tap and yes you can schedule a reminder to take a medication group.

Take a picture of your medication and/or medication group to avoid confusion

Supports adding a quantity to medications, with an ongoing countdown which will result in an alert when you will need a refill

Provides an alert when a selected medication will exceed daily dosage

Medication directions are now displayed on the "Daily View" page

Schedule daily, weekly or monthly medication and/or medication group reminders

View complete history or filter the history and email a report for doctor’s visits or your own personal records in a CSV file format which can be viewed using spreadsheet software or in html format that can be viewed and printed from any browser.

Filter using these date shortcuts: This Week, Last Week, This Month, Last Month, Last 2 Months, Last 3 Months, Last 6 Months, Last 9 Months, Last 12 Months, This Year and Last Year

Group history by:

1. Date
2. Medication
3. Medication and Date
4. Person
5. Person and Date
6. Person and Medication

Sort history by Date in ascending or descending order

Supports 5 local date and 5 local time formats

Supports 18 custom date formats and 3 custom time formats

What's New

Version 3.0

Better support of iOS 11

Ratings and Reviews

Finally settling on this one


If you look very long for an app like this, the ones you find will generally either keep track of your medical history and only include medications as informational data, or they brush past a medical record and get down in the weeds counting pills. I think I'm going to end up using one of both types, and Track My Rx is easily the best choice that I could find for tracking meds. It's a little quirky in places, but once you get the starting data input, if it's Tuesday and you should have two pills left, you can count on the accuracy of the app. It lets you pull medications into groups - am Meds, pm Meds for example - and record having taken all those drugs with one click. You can set reminders letting you know when something is low enough that it needs attention - refill, doctor consultation, etc., and you can also set reminders on each individual medication to make sure you take it when prescribed. It doesn't include some choices in some places, for example taking account of a med you take every other day or take two of at once, but these can generally be worked around. And finally, while the "syncing" mechanism is a little clunky, it's simply an email message to yourself to download to any other device. If they could get that to be a real-time synch via iCloud (or even wifi) I'd up my rating in a heartbeat. Good job, folks!!



I wote a review in Jan., but wanted to add something I did. My granddaughter's asthma/allergies drive me crazy, but this app helps me keep track of the various meds I give her and when. I have been using the Notes feature a lot recently due to her having fits of coughing at night. I actually just went in and added a new medication, but I named it Notes. This way, I can add notes between meds or about the results of dosages afterwards. I add information about how her coughing has increased, decreased, or how long it took for the meds to kick in. I really love this app. I still haven't used the email option between devices, but now I am wondering about a print option for the historical view. I need to go see bout that since that would be great to do.

Please expand

Big-Al Super Pal

This App could work great if the frequency choices were closer to real life. I take some medications every 4 days and this app was a waste of money because the reminder function Does not allow me to set up reminders except for Daily,Weekly or Monthly. This app has great potential but I hope this option is fixed. Otherwise I shelled out 3 bucks for an App that I will never use again. note to Developer: Please work on the scheduling function to make multiple hourly reminders possible per day and frequency capable of manually entered days/ hours/ weeks etc...


APG Solutions, LLC
25.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Vietnamese, Welsh
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Unrestricted Web Access
© 2015 APG Solutions LLC


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