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iMediLog

iMediLog
  • #: 201935
  • Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Medical
  • Updated: 2009-11-11
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • 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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Description

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 prescribed and as required medication

Information regarding your next dose is shown in a clean and simple view

- Keeps a log of all the medication you’ve taken over the past 4 weeks which is displayed in an easy to read format.

- Overdue medication is highlighted with a red background

Review comments....

5 stars

Great app. Great idea. My wife has a chronic neurologic disease, and takes a great deal of medication. In the past she's forgotten doses, tried to time doses, tried to remember how much of this or that she took... ALL THINGS DONE BY THIS APP! It's as if the developer had been living here with us.

Well done!

5 stars

A very useful application. It just came in the nick of time, because my son is ill. With it we will never forget taking medicine.

Uses the latest storage framework built into OS 3.0, allowing for large amounts of medications to be saved and tracked.

Visit http://www.flexicoder.com/imedilog for more information and where you can request improvements in the next version and leave feedback.

What's New in Version 1.2

In this update
- The "When to take" list automatically refreshes every minute

- If any "prescribed" medication becomes overdue a warning message is displayed. NOTE this only appears if the application is running and the phone has not gone into "sleep" mode.

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Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.

 

5/5 stars

Nearly Perfect!

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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.).

0/5 stars

LittleTerra

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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.

2/5 stars

iMedilog

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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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