Great potwntial, I love the variability in types of measurements to track. One question. The moodimodo and medimodo seem to be identical (all functions appear to be available in all apps), is ithere any benefit in downloading all three or does quantimodo in itself contain all of the available features?
This app is still in the early stages, but is already the best mood tracking app I have found on the market. I was looking for something to track my mood trends, and it had to also work on the web. (iOS apps help too). I have a bad habit of needing new phones on a regular basis. This app/website/solutions was the first (and only) answer to that problem. But it does so much more. It includes mood tracking (good if you wonder if there is a trend in your moods), medication tracking, symptom tracking (pain, anxiety, the list goes on) and so much more. It's very good for those living with any number of mental and physical diseases. In my world, more information is always better. This could help you and your care team (docs, homeopathic care professionals, and more) find trends for your problems. It also integrates with so many other tools (Fitbit, Facebook, instagram and more) and I can see it just getting better. So while it is in it's opening stages, please try it out. Take the moment to learn. If you have feedback, talk to Mike. I have been and he has been amazing at making the app even better and more usable for me. He is open to tweaking it to make it the best possible
It has potential, but still not working as expected. It has only managed to produce one single push notification over the five days I've tried it, which makes it slightly useless. I got six reminders set up with different settings (time of day, frequency etc) and ensured that the app has all permissions required. Happy to provide more feedback and help test fixes, it would be a useful app for me.
Helping me a lot, but... This app is helping me realize a lot about what is affecting my mood. Thank you for making it! What I would love to see in an update is an explanation of the colors used in the charts and graphs. I would also love to see there be something a little more fluid like just checking off boxes for each day to record if you worked that day etc. That way I can do that at the end of my day, and find correlation between daily activities and mood.
So far, so good. I downloaded quite a few mood tracking/mental health apps about a month ago and have been using all of them and decided on Moodimodo (same developer as this app) and this showed up as one I should try so I did. I really love it so far. I'm so excited to hopefully see some patterns and narrow things down, hopefully getting more control of my mental health. You developers really have no idea how much Moodimodo has helped and now I'm excited to try this one. Thank you!!
Not yet ready for the big time You should definitely consider this a beta release. Still bugs and some counterintuitive features.