Symtom Diary version 2.2.1 is now available. This is a minor update to fix a problem saving new diary entries under iOS6. I know I said we would only support iOS7, but it seems there are alot of people using iOS6 still, and it was a major.
If anyone is still having trouble please let me know.
Thank you to Olivia who brought the problem to my attention.
A brief look at the Symptom Diary version 2.2 on an iPhone.
Version 2.2 adds a prompt to save if changes have been made when navigating through existing diary entries. It also adds performance monitoring using http://www.newrelic.com. No medical or identifying information is sent, only app performance and errors.
Symptom Diary version 2.1 has just been submitted to the AppStore. You might see it after the holiday period as the hard working folk at the AppStore have a well deserved break.
The app has been updated to match the new Apple look for iOS version 7.0. A few bugs have been fixed, including the slow loading of symptoms when you first run the Symptom Diary.
The new front page
Thank you to Susan and John for recommending intensity is recorded out of 10 instead of 5. I hope the smiley face helps!
Symptom intensity now records from 0 to 10
A few new body locations have been added. Susan requested the left and right side of the head.
New symptom locations left and right side of head.
Thank you everyone for your positive feedback. Any sort of encouragement really helps. Please keep letting me know about what you would like improved and any suggestions you have.
Symptom Diary version 2.0 is now available. The Symptom Diary is now free.
Version 2.0 adds the following new features,
– Review, update and delete existing diary entries;
– Record symptom intensity, medicines, and comments for a diary entry;
– Added Australian medicines list;
– Manage the symptom list;
– Manage the medicines list;
– Mark symptoms and medicines as favourites; and
– Reset the symptoms and medicines lists.
The following items have been improved in version 2.0,
– Improved look and feel;
– The chart may optionally display intensity, medicines and comments;
– Minor changes to the symptom list; and
– The feedback system now uses email.
The Symptom Diary version 2.0 is now under testing. This version introduces many useful features as well as keeping the look and feel as simple and intuitive as possible.
This version adds the following new features,
The Symptom Diary iPhone App is available for testing.
The Symptom Diary allows you to record symptoms as they occur. You can show your doctor a graph or tabular chart, or even email a PDF.