Simple but works It is much simpler than the apps designed to help keep track of calories and this is a very good thing. It is very easy to use. My only gripe is that when you put in a 'feeling' the default is set at 'not at all' which is stupid. It would be better to set the default at 'slight' or to remove the 'not at all' option completely. If you aren't having a symptom just don't put it in! But a great little app.
I've been using this app since May 2013; meets my needs. The developer is responsive and open to suggestions.
How do I print out a report? Nice that it has a money back guarantee!
Good, but not perfect. This is a great app. Easy to use to track my symptoms, and I've been using it for three months. I was not able to export data from 2014, so I had to go to my GI specialist appointment WITHOUT the data I had intended on giving him. I contacted the developer, who told me that in order to export the previous year's data, I would need to change the date on my phone to the previous year. This method did work, though I don't think I should have had to contact the developer in order to find out how to export my data. I feel that I should not have had to change the system date on my phone in order to export the data, and if this issue is fixed, I'll amend my review further.
A SIMPLE, EFFICIENT APP I've been using the IBS Diary over a year to track flares. It is simple & quick and provides information that can be provided to a medical provider. There are more complicated apps available but this is exactly what I need right now. I would add "pain" and "sick" to the drop-down Feeling list, however.
It is worth paying for I was wondering if added functions would be possible- food having a direct link to pains and whatnot, as well as allowing users to add specific pains not already on the list. I often have stabbing pains, not cramping, bloat, or gas. Also, having a location for pains would be helpful for my GI doctors to help pinpoint things.
- Fixed a bug that affected the autocomplete function.
A FODMAP diet companion app, for people with IBS or following a low FODMAP diet.
Your pocket guide to following The Monash University Low FODMAP diet.