EyeDropAlarm 12+

Reminders for your eye drops

Kayur Shah

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.7 • 105 Ratings
    • Free

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Eye Drop Alarm reminds you to put in your eyedrops.
• Quick set up. No login required.
• Recommended as "Top App for Patients" at the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Annual Conference.
• Simply select your eyedrops from the app's extensive database. No need to type in each medication.
• Alerts clearly indicate which eye and the bottle cap color.
• Can set up schedule in advance. Ideal for drops prescribed before / after eye surgery (i.e., cataract surgery, LASIK, retina surgery, etc.).
• Helpful reminders for people with glaucoma, dry eyes, allergies, infections, and uveitis (ocular inflammation).
• Can set up alarms to match your doctor’s prescription (alarms can be as often as every hour if needed).
• Automatically puts recommended gap between drops scheduled for the same time of day.
• Includes step by step instructions on how to best put in eyedrops.
• Includes a variety of alarm sounds to choose from.
• Can view alerts on Apple Watch.

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

Added new information about time zone changes when traveling and switching to and from daylight savings.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
105 Ratings

105 Ratings

SW MO Jeff ,

So glad I found this app

This app was recommended in a Facebook group for cataract surgery. It is intuitive to use and was easy to setup. It just works and is not overly complicated. I just brought my wife home after a total knee replacement, and 3 scripts to take at different times of day and for different periods of time. She gets the anti nausea med in both eyes every 6 hours. I know what it means and will track my drops (they have the pink top!” I did even look for an app for swallowed pills. Thank you for developing this app! If you find yourself in need of a project, you could adapt this app for other meds!? Thanks again!!

ImeldaM ,

Very good, but needs update for separate eye drops setting

I added this for cataracts surgeries. It’s excellent. However, the developers don’t seem to be aware that for cataracts surgeries, the eyes are operated on a FEW WEEKS apart and need different schedules. The app doesn’t allow same prescription drop on different eye time schedules. It also gives reminders via my Apple Watch as well. I hope the developers will make that necessary update fix. I’m on different schedules and drop amounts from my left eye to my right because my left eye was done 10 days before my right. Some people might be 2 or 3 weeks apart. I could not set the schedule separately. That’s my 4 vs 5 star explanation.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your review. You actually can enter separate schedules for each eye. Just select right or left eye. This will work even if the drop name is the same. The app may warn you that it is a duplicate name but you can still add it.

Reneeva702 ,

Soooo helpful

I spent 2 1/2 days trying to format my reminders for my drops following cataract surgery and then I finally thought of looking for a app. this was the fourth when I tried and within five minutes I had it programmed for my upcoming second surgery and it’s wonderful the only thing that could be improved in my opinion is that if once you’ve marked it as done, it would fall off your list

I am going to suggest to the staff at my surgeons office that they recommend this or that they tell their patients about it on my recommendation

Developer Response ,

Thank you!

App Privacy

The developer, Kayur Shah, 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.

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