Excellent, Easy to Use I love how simple this is to use! I do wish that along with joint pain in the front of the body, you could track back pain too. I also agree with the other comments about tracking the weather. I would also love to be able to track simple dietary things, like salty food, fast food, healthy eating. But I would definitely recommend this app to anyone with RA!
Great UI excited to see where it goes I like the app it takes a few features and does them very well. However it feels very limited in the things we can track. I would love to see a tab for additional pain medicine, supplements, weather impact, diet, weight, exercise frequency and quality, related illness (am I flaring because I also have the flu), and range of movement. So far I love what it has and understand the need to balance simplicity with excess data. I can't wait to see what this becomes.
A Must-Have for ALL Rheumatoid Arthritis sufferers The BEST app for RA patients to keep up with RA flares.Helps to have this info. to give your Doctor.When he asks how you're doing,you can say more than "I've been hurting".Now you'll have proof if treatments are helping,or if you should add something extra.I love how exhaustion's included in measurements, because it can be important in deciding on treatment.(Agree with Dawn Brown's review,needs weather, or barometric pressure at least added according to your zip code)
Easy to use I have tried several different apps for pain and other issues. I like that this tracks the RA items that my doctor asks me about and I always estimate. Now I will have accurate numbers. I wish it tracked weather or had a page for weather to be noted specifically as that is a big part for my pain. Also giving a clear definition of the pain colors that is easily available for reference would be really good
Just two changes The joint pain figure needs to be bigger or zoom the hands and feet to be able to do the dots. My fingers are extremely stiff and that would be a great help. Also, if the joint pain body would flip to show pain areas on back side.
MyRA As others have indicated adding a place for spinal pain is important. Many have serous back issues associated with RA. I would give 5 stars with this addition.
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