An app aimed at anyone wanting to keep track of their medicines and when to take them.
By TechTree IT Systems
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What does the app do?
This app helps you keep track of your medicines. It allows you to create a medication list and set prompts to remind you when to take a particular medicine.
For the complete app description, go to Google Play (android)
|✔ Has a list of medicines to select from or you can enter their own.
✔ Allows you to record on alternate days, weekly and monthly or as you choose.
✔ Has a feature which allows you to email your medication history to your healthcare provider.
|✘ The medication list is based on medications available in the US. Medication brands may not be relevant in New Zealand.
✘ It is difficult to figure out how to enter multiple daily doses.
✘ Unable to record dose units or units of the strength of the medication such as milligrams, grams, etc.
Security and privacy
Date of review: December 2016
Platform reviewed: Android
App version: 1.0.4
Download size: 1.7 MB
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The following references relate to articles about apps for medication adherence.
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- Lindsey Dayer, Seth Heldenbrand, Paul Anderson, et al. Smartphone medication adherence apps: Potential benefits to patients and providers. J Am Pharm Assoc (2003). 2013 Mar-Apr; 53(2): 172–181