Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Based on the allergies you have, the free WebMD Allergy app for iPhone will help you prepare for each day with a personalized allergy and weather forecast along with doctor-approved tips that can be customized to your and your family’s specific allergies. You can also track how you feel, RECORD symptoms and treatments, and add notes through an easy to use allergy tracker. Before your doctor appointments, generate reports to share with your doctor.
The WebMD Allergy app helps you to control your allergy symptoms by showing you the allergy levels in your area before you start your day. Whenever. Wherever.
WebMD Allergy is specially designed and customized for people with the following allergies:
- Outdoor/Hay Fever
- Insect Bites and Stings
WebMD Allergy is organized into easy-to-use sections:
• Allergy Forecast
WebMD Allergy delivers up-to-date allergen levels based on your location. If you’re traveling, you can look up the allergy forecast for your destination and save locations that you frequently visit. Have kids with allergies? You can manage each family member’s allergies using individual profiles, too. You can now get proactive with managing your entire family’s allergies from one place, anytime, anywhere!
• Symptom Checker Allergy map
See how WebMD Symptom Checker users are reporting seasonal allergy symptoms in your area
• Allergies 101
Browse through WebMD Allergy’s rich library of allergy articles, slideshows and videos in 7 categories: Outdoor, Indoor, Skin, Drug, Food, Insect Bites and Stings, and Latex. Or you can search to quickly find exactly what you’re looking for.
• Allergy Tracker
Track how you feel, your RECORD symptoms and treatments, and add notes daily. Generate a report you can share with your doctor.
What's New in Version 3.2.1
- Performance enhancements and bug fixes
Doesn't show historical allergy counts
This app shows you current daily allergen counts for your location and lets you set notifications at custom levels for individual allergens. The app also lets you track how you feel (bad, moderate, or good), and what medications you've taken. This data is tracked like journal entries, but the app doesn't note the allergen levels for that day. There are no graphs tracking your allergies or allergens.
The "email a report" feature will highlight any days you report as "bad" and WILL include allergen levels for that day. Not sure why this historical data isn't available from within the app.
App has a nice UI and could be a powerful tool for identifying your allergy triggers if they 1) added the allergen levels to the daily tracker and 2) added some graphs so you could compare how you feel to allergen levels.
Pretty good app but not what I thought
This app is very thorough, and I love everything about it except one thing. The description says you can set up different individual profiles for the members of your family so you can track their specific allergens. That's really the main reason I wanted the app, but when I downloaded it, there actually is no way to set up individual profiles. I emailed WebMD about it to see if I was missing something. They never got back to me. So it is a good app, but if you're excited about the individual profiles like I was, don't waste your time. It's not there.
Now that my allergies bother me all year long, this app really helps me out. I use it to monitor my asthma symptoms. The tracker can be uploaded to a pdf and there are articles to help manage different allergies. WebMD provides reputable information on their site, so I knew this app would be good.
Customers Also Bought
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Oct 07, 2015
- Version: 3.2.1
- Size: 41.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: WebMD Health Corporation
- © 2015 WebMD
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.