PillTimer is a simple app designed to help you take your medicine properly. Simply enter in how often you may (or should) take a dose along with the limit of doses in a day, and PillTimer will keep track of when your next dose is.
* Record a dose for now or any point in the last 24 hours
* See a clear indication on whether or not you may take a dose now
* Optionally get a notification when it is time for a dose
* Data is encrypted in iCloud
With the Multiple Medications in-app purchase:
* Track all your medications simultaneously
* Hide unused medications in the archive; bring them back when you need them
You walk into the apothecary. It is dimly lit and staffed by a draconic creature in a trench coat who does not appear to have the best balance. With your passive perception, you see that the list and detail screens in PillTimer now update in real-time. Give me a perception check?
(That's an 11.)
With an 11, you also see that the detail page has been updated to make older doses less prominent. You see a strange looking object on the counter.
(Can I investigate it?)
Give me a wisdom saving throw.
Ten is enough, you're able to complete part of the migration from PillTimer 2 to PillTimer 3 if the number of doses is exceptionally large.
You're able to make your purchases, but I need a charisma save.
Not only do you take advantage of the graphical improvements made to the dose entry panel in PillTimer, but you successfully keep your cool when an arm pokes out of the middle of the staffer's trench coat to take your coins. Your transaction is finished, anything else?
(Can I insight check the staffer?)
You can certainly try...
(Oh, that's an 8...)
(I give Bardic Inspiration.)
(Oh, with that... it's 12.)
Yeah. The staffer is three kobolds in a trench coat.
Ratings and Reviews
Simple and Easy to Use
Simple and easy to use reminder system to take my meds.
Exactly what I needed
I spent the evening in the ER a few nights ago, and came out with a kidney stone diagnosis and four prescriptions. Saw a specialist a couple days later and was given yet another prescription.
In addition, I'm supposed to keep up on regular doses of Tylenol and Ibuprofen. Oh, and my spring allergies have kicked in, so there are two allergy meds to keep track of.
The last thing I want to do when I'm hurting is count which pills I took when and how long until the next dose. This app lets me enter all of the medications, the interval for each, and gives me a very clear visual indicator whether I can take a specific med yet or not. And for the ibuprofen and Tylenol, an alert lets me know it's time to take them, so I can stay on top of this pain.
I paid for the upgrade, but for what it's saving me in confusion and frustration, it's worth ten times that.
Super helpful app
This app has made taking multiple medications really easy to do. My wife had surgery recently and we used this app to alert us each time she could take more meds. Made things significantly easier!
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The developer does not collect any data from this app.
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- Evan Hildreth
- 3.1 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 16.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 13.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2013-2022 Evan Hildreth
- In-App Purchases
- Multiple Medications $2.99
Some in‑app purchases, including subscriptions, may be shareable with your family group when Family Sharing is enabled.