Useful I have two concurrent issues one being fibromyalgia and the other a low back injury. This app has been very useful in being able to separate the two. I find it very useful to help me explain to my doctor's where I'm at. It becomes more objective than subjective. I think it's far better than the WebMD app that I was using before
Good if you have one or maybe 2 symptoms This is not an app for tracking multiple symptoms and medication results. They ask you so many surrounding questions that this only works to track one or maybe two symptoms at a time, otherwise entering it gets really irritating and tedious.
So far I like the app, but a bug makes it very annoying. I customized the selection in the location tab, only to have it change what was there the next time I went to use it. It didn't just revert back to it's original list, because some of the custom locations I added were still there. Edit: this seemed to be a one time glitch, the developers were quick and pleasant in discussing the issue and seemed open to suggestions to improve the overall experience
I am looking forward to buying pro version but I'm trying to learn this app all the way through. I just find it difficult to print out the last 10 so that I can show my doctor.
Best pain tracker app Interface and user experience need to improve but the detailed way we can track our pain is better than some public health doctors ever will bother to find out how we are feeling.
Great Makes me take note, and in future will help docs see just how bad it really is for me. Makes for a little bit of grim reading, but that's my condition. Just keep smiling :)
Version 2.63 (31-Oct-2016):
• Fix: Reminders crashing app
• Fix: Conflict popup on upgrade
Version 2.62 (28-Oct-2016):
• Fix: Stability improvements throughout