Everyone gets the shakes from time to time. TremorSense can show you just how much you shake and under what circumstances. TremorSense min was designed for ease of use, to allow you to quickly quantify your shakiness with a single tap. Whether you're a healthy subject or have a neurological condition which causes you to tremble, you might find TremorSense useful to track how much you shake in response to stress, caffeine, or medications.
== How to Use TremorSense ==
TremorSense min takes measurements from your device's accelerometer over a few seconds and tells you how much variation there is in those values, which roughly corresponds to how shaky you are. All you have to do is place your device (CAREFULLY) screen-up on your extended hand, and tap "Measure Tremor". If you feel you're too shaky for this position, you can try something a little more stable. It's all about recording changes over time, and learning more about what affects your tremor.
== A Little More About the App ==
TremorSense is free and doesn't contain ads. The app is currently still very much in development. Feel free to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest features, report bugs, or provide any other sort of feedback. If you're like programming and you want to contribute to this project, please send me an email or visit the GitHub page! I'd love to have you on board.
== The Future of TremorSense ==
The next update of the app will be a major revision which ejects the "min" suffix. This will allow you to track your tremor over time, and allow you to take notes describing your current condition. Expect it to be released in mid-September 2015.