- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Medical
- Updated: 2009-11-11
- Current Version: 1.2
- Size: 0.20 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Flexicoder Ltd
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
- © 2009 Flexicoder Ltd
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iMediLog helps you keep a track of all your medications, once you’ve entered your dosage information iMediLog will show you when your next dose is due.-Key Features - Capture multiple medications with varying prescription information - Handles both…..
Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
No more fumbling around for paper and pencil in the middle of the night trying to keep track of when you took a medication. This intuitive, simple, and fun app covers all aspects of tracking the medications you take. It's a great first start to a creative app idea. I love it!
IMPORTANT: App currently doesn't provide an alert when a medication is due *IF* the app is not running (i.e.: push notification isn't provided in version 1.2). Because of this you'll still need to open the app to receive notices on when to take your medications. A simple work around is to set your own alerts on the iPhone's built in alarm clock app.
Future feature suggestions for developer:
1. Add push notifications alerts of medications due when app is closed.
2. Track starting and remaining quantity in medication containers.
3. Store prescription and refill information with each medication , and provide ability to launch a telephone call to pharmacy from within the app.
4. Further to number 3 above, provide integration with iPhone addrees book.
5. Add a notes field for each medicarion.
6. Add medication sort options.
7. Add ability to edit and delete entries in the medication history (in case of a mistaken entry, wrong time, wrong pill count, etc.).
Needs the option to add notes about medication and where you refill it, pharmacy information/phone number etc to be perfect. Possibly also the ability to set an alarm or reminder to take medication would be great.
This is a good app for organizing meds, but it doesn't sound an alarm when a med needs to be taken. Maybe I am just missing how to turn an alarm on or off. The whole point of an app like this is to be reminded of when to take your meds.
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