Review from Anneisha B
Good app I first start it using this app back in 2012. I had an iPhone and when I switched to an Android phone I was pleasantly surprised that this app was armed Android as well. This app helps me keep a record of my headaches. I'm curious to see what the Pro Edition is but I will not be purchasing it.
Pretty good, but... Over all its a fairly decent app. I get headaches often and my doctor told me to start tracking them, and this app does a wonderful job. My only thing is I don't want to have to get the pro version to look at the other charts in what not. If they could fix it to were we don't have to get the pro, make us watch videos or something maybe? Then I would give 5 stars
Straight forward app Exactly what I was looking for. Kind of a boring looking setup, but its better than a bunch of flashy colors (the last thing I would want while typing in my migraine info). Only complaint is the "trigger" section. There needs to be an "unknown" option; I'm not always sure what trigged my headaches.
Self diagnosis = dumb I would like to record my symptoms not the root cause. I want to record how it feels, not the diagnosed reason or type. If I knew what caused my headaches, and the specific type of headache I was having, then I wouldn't need this app. When my head hurts, the last thing I want is to deal with this app. Something simpler would be better. This is to tedious especially when it hurts to look at an illuminated screen.
For the most part I like this app. I will probably end up upgrading to pro unless I find a better version of a free tracker. The UI can be clunky at times, but nothing you can't adapt to. I wish the free version wasn't SO limited (i get why it is, but I think I would have picked different features to lock) I should be able to track the details probably and I can't unless I pay.
"No more entries possible" What do you mean, no more entries possible???! If you don't have many headaches, this is probably a good app for you. I've had 10 headaches over the past 2 months, and Headache Diary Lite cut me off. I didn't like the app enough to pay to be able to log more headaches, so I'll probably just go back to the old writing them down method.
Nice and handy I had been keeping an old paper chart to track my migraines for the last 30+ years. In the last two months the darn things had increased in frequency and severity, or so I thought but I am terrible at writing info down in the moment. I am a much faster data entry type person so this app had been handy. Will be interested in what Doc says when I see him in two weeks for a work up.
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