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This app is so close to being exactly what I need but not close enough. I love the pill box interface but I don’t take pills four times a day, I take them six times a day (with breakfast, mid morning, with lunch, mid afternoon, with dinner and at bedtime). As it is now this app forces you to organize your pills into four predefined boxes. It needs to allow the user to set the number of boxes, define/name them and also to set a time range for each one vs a set time. I don’t eat lunch at exactly the same time every day so a reminder going off at exactly 12pm -hit snooze- go off again, etc. would get very annoying really quick. Users also need the option of making a pill “skipable” when they set it up. Not every supplement I take needs to be taken daily. My background: I have a rare autoimmune disease that I am trying to reverse naturally, using numerous supplements as part of my healing protocol. Some must be taken on an empty stomach, some with food, some once a day, others multiple times. The app as it is now is unusable for me. I am currently using Pills Ping because it is the closest to what I need though I do like the look and pill box interface of this app much better. If the above changes are ever made I will definitely switch.
PLEASE figure out a way to SYNC multiple simultaneously logged-in devices: 1. Regardless of whichever one I have with me, I can enter that I’ve taken my pills or said my mantras or tested ny blood glucose at the moment I’ve done it, rather than having to rely on memory to know, later on, that I didn't skip a dose —this being the point of having such an app on my phone; and 2. Allowing multiple devices to be logged in simultaneously will allow a “significant other” to help me out with calling to remind me to do all those things that I might miss if I rely only on my ability to respond to a sound my device makes at me, since I can’t record an mp4a file and have your app play THAT sound when it gives an alert sound, so it doesn’t blend in to all the other alerts; and 3. Allow your app to access ANY alert sound so that I can record an mp4a and have the app say, in my own voice, “TAKE YER PILLS, YA OLD COOT!” so I’d know it wasn’t just some other app alerting me to the no doubt salient fact that I just drove past my favorite cafe and it might possibly be fun to stop in, since it IS approaching suppertime, after all...etc...
I injured my back several months ago, and I’ve been prescribed a host of rx in an effort by my providers and specialists alike to manage the pain until I can get back to 100%. Unfortunately, when you’re taking several different meds that all have the ability to make you sleepy, as well as the ability to give you “brain fog,” sometimes you find yourself actually stopping with your hand midway to your mouth, wondering, “wait...did I already take this?” Because I want to make sure I am always taking my meds as intended, and do not want to accidentally overdose, I googled “best medicine tracker apps 2019” and this was one of the first ones mentioned in the article I read. I immediately downloaded it, and have been very impressed with its functionality and the ease of use. My only wish if I could add one thing to make it even better: instead of the very soft “pills in a bottle” shaker sound it gives when it’s time to take your meds, I wish it would use something a bit louder and maybe a tad more obnoxious to get my attention. Maybe not something as bad as, “hey stupid, you need to take your pills...” but perhaps one of the preprogrammed sounds iPhones already have that we use for reminders, emails, text messages, etc. In any event, it’s still a great app for tracking what time you took something, and exactly which dose you took. Definitely recommend.
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