D Minder Pro 12+

ontometrics

Designed for iPad

    • 4.1 • 612 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

The idea behind this application is that it will help you track and manage your Vitamin D.

This new version integrates with the Apple Health app to make seamless data exchange possible in the following ways:

* on setup, profile information is fetched from the Health App if the user allows it
* the user's weight (a factor in D generation) is fetched on an ongoing basis, making it unnecessary to update it
* the app will write vitamin D doses, including session information into the Health app

You setup basic information one time, like your height and weight and skin type and then any time you are outside, during the prescribed hours (and parts of the year), you can have it compute the amount of D you are getting in a stopwatch interface. It will also track how long you can stay out and warn you when the time is up.

The application will notify you with the next opportunity to generate vitamin D.

Each day, you can see forecasts based on your location, and you can also see the solar position, your generated vitamin D vs. target etc.

In the Pro version, you can see your exposures' history and you will be able to schedule future events for next exposures.

What’s New

Version 9.29.3

- fixing a bug with an api call that was crashing the app

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
612 Ratings

612 Ratings

kevpatcor ,

Location bug

First, clearly, a lot of work went into developing this app. However, there appears to be a location bug. For example, if I enter a location in Rhode Island, it shows 63 days until the next opportunity as well as the weather for the next several days. However, if I change the location to, let’s say Rio, it’s still shows 63 days for the next opportunity, but does change the weather. If I leave the location on Rheo turn off the app then turn it back on it shows five hours for the next opportunity. If I then switch to Rhode Island, it will show the 63 days but then if I switch back to Rio it still shows the 63 days.

RLNfirst ,

Unique outstanding design app!

I would like to take a moment to thank the Developer,or Developers for such a great unique 5 star app. This app helps protect you and myself and Family from Getting to much harmful Sun Rays that could lead to Sunburn and yes even Cancer. The Developer has a unique special way of giving us save Data that is almost like a story! Ever have one of those moments where it is hard to put into words how nice something is? Well this app is trust me. You can feel by just using this app how much love the Developer and hard work into the Design of His app for you and myself and family to use! I truly Thank the Developer for putting this app out for all of us to use! I hope if you read this you will Download the app and give it a try! Well time for my moment to move on so they say. Too the Developers I take my Hat off to you and leave saying ( Thanks )🎩

world-shaker ,

A lot of problems here

UPDATE: Don’t bother reaching out to the developer. When I made them aware of the issue on Twitter, with a supporting video/screencast of the issues below, they were rude and dismissive. I’m disappointed they couldn’t be bothered to take these issues seriously, and that they’d pass the blame on to me despite video evidence that their app has two serious bugs that disrupt a user’s ability to use it at even a basic level.
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First, it’s defaulting my location to Saudi Arabia, though I’m in North Carolina. When I try to add my location, the map feature fails to find an address. Even when I manually enter my specific city, state, and country, it insists I enter the specific latitude and longitude of my location, which is incredibly bizarre. Never has an app asked me to manually enter my latitude and longitude. When I try to cancel the process of adding a new location, the app won’t allow me to return to its home screen. I had to force quit the app and reopen it to do so. I’m not sure how functional this app will be if I can’t even enter my proper location, and it’s suggesting sun times for a country halfway around the world.

Developer Response ,

You don't have to enter your location, the app gets it automatically. If you turn that on you will see that. That's why no one else is complaining about this.

App Privacy

The developer, ontometrics, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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