1. By helping you set “reminder windows” tailored to your medicine and schedule, Round accommodates life’s unpredictable distractions and removes the stress of staying healthy.
This simple, beautiful app organizes all of your medications and vitamins in one place.
It provides subtle, persistent reminders that go beyond awkward phone alarms. By helping you set “reminder windows” tailored to your medicine and schedule, Round accommodates life’s unpredictable distractions and removes the stress of staying healthy.
・Simple and intuitive interface to viewing all of your medications and vitamins
・Complex scheduling of various doses and schedules
・Tracking and taking of as-needed/PRN medications
・Apple Watch App and Complications
・Refill reminders for medications
・Persistent push notifications that remind you even if you forget or miss the first one
・Streak counting and historical viewing of previous days and months
・Refill tracking and reminders
・Specialized flow for birth control packs
・User accounts for backup and syncing between devices
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Changed my life
Every single time I see the stupid notification "would you like to rate our app?" I immediately click no because if I really thought it was worth writing a review for, I wouldn't need to be asked. But it popped up today and I HAD to. I LOVE this app. I bought an Apple Watch not too long ago, not really knowing all of the benefits of it, while simultaneously trying to find things I could do with it. I found this app in the watch App Store and after downloading it, I am not kidding - it changed my life. I am an INCREDIBLY forgetful person. And also not very good with routine. That being said, I have to take certain medications every SINGLE day around the same time to get the full effect of them - but like I said, I am all over the place and rarely have routine in my life. This app changed that. Every morning I wake up and I am EXCITED to check off the medications I need to take, like I'm playing a game with myself: how many days can you go taking it at the right time? It's motivating in a way that I couldn't get motivated on my own to have a routine that benefits my life way more than just a simple click of a button. Thank you so much to all of those who helped create this application - you have helped me in more ways than I can explain in this review.
I just started living a medicated life and was very worried that I would not be able to find an app or method of tracking that was both functional and beautiful (ux designer here). This app is wonderful! I love the interface and the aesthetic choices made. I also love the usability of the entire app. I like the fact that you can have a nickname for your meds so your notifications aren’t showcasing your medications. The calendar tracker and the ‘tap to take’ formats are amazing. The notifications are prompt and remind you again if you forget. All around a great app; I am happy to have found it! Cons: so far I have not been able to actually sign in and register my account. It always says that’s unavailable and to try again later...but that’s it; everything else is amazing! Requests: An “I’m starting this medication on a future day” feature. While I like the current reminder format and schedule, sometimes you have to start meds on a future day and pre-scheduling that out so it reminds you the day you start it or a reminder the day before that you’re beginning that regimen soon would be great. Also, some meds have an “ease in” method like ‘take one a day and then two a day’ adding that feature would awesome.
I’m chronically ill and have to take quite a few pills/supplements throughout the day. It’s really hard for me to remember when I take which pill, etc. This app solves that issue completely! It keeps me accountable and never second guessing or double-dosing on accident! *edit One thing I’ve noticed since typing this review is that I found one flaw. When a medication is set as “as needed” in settings it will still show up at the bottom of the screen, where the “as needed” meds are listed the second time (to list time of doses) You have to scroll through your meds and check times at the top if they are on this setting. This is important because my inhaler is on a “as needed” basis but I have to wait four hours in between doses. So if the wrong time is at the bottom of your med list, and only correct when you read through all meds, it gets confusing. I hope this makes sense! It would be improved by having the “as needed” meds listed at the bottom to update dose times