Do your children often have a fever? Do you sometimes get confused remembering when exactly it started, how it progressed and what other symptoms occurred? Having trouble explaining the exact course of the fever to the pediatrician? Keep track of body temperatures and medication for your whole family with Feevy.

With Feevy you can not only record temperature measurements, but also track medications and enter text notes. This way, you can verify if medication was effective and capture additional information, e.g. regarding the patient’s condition. Be perfectly prepared for your next visit to the doctor!

Entering data is worthless if you can’t analyze it later. Feevy comes with a beautiful and very detailed interactive chart, which makes it easy to get a quick overview, as well as to analyze temperature curves in more detail. You can freely zoom and pan it to see all the details you need.

Of course you can also print and export your data. This way you can bring your fever curve with you to the doctor or even send it via e-mail. The PDF contains all measurements, medications and notes, as well as a full-page chart showing the temperature curve.

Feevy lets you track the fever curves for multiple people. It is perfect for keeping track of your children's conditions and illnesses. To represent your family with some personality, Feevy comes with a set of cute profile icons to choose from.

Especially if you use Feevy to track your kids' illnesses, you will appreciate its sync functionality. No matter who measures the temperature or administers medication, both parents will always see the same data on their devices.

Feevy supports both iPhone and iPad, including iPad multitasking (Slide Over and Split View). Use your iPhone while on the go or to quickly enter a new measurement, and use the iPad to have a detailed look at the charts.

Feedback is always welcome: or via Twitter @feevyapp.

In case of fever and sickness, please always consult your doctor. Using this app to track body temperature and symptoms is not a substitute for a visit to the doctor!

OF COURSE YOU CANNOT MEASURE YOUR BODY TEMPERATURE WITH THIS APP! You can only record, visualize and archive the measurements obtained with a fever thermometer.

What’s New

Version 1.1

Now, you can print and export your data! This way you can bring your fever curve with you to the doctor or even send it via e-mail. The PDF contains all measurements, medications and notes, as well as a full-page chart showing the temperature curve.

This version also brings better support for many new devices.

Feedback is always welcome: or via Twitter @feevyapp. And if you enjoy Feevy, it would be great if you could take the time to leave a review. Thanks!

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Nothing makes me happy ,

Graphing broken

When looking at the graph of the fever information, all the recent entries are all smooshed together on the graph on the right edge which makes the whole thing pointless in my opinion. Emailed the developer and haven’t heard anything out of him. Otherwise, very useful to track temps and medications. Just wish the graph actually worked. I’d like to show the doctor.

n7ki ,

Perfect for the whole family

This app is exactly what I needed-simple, ad-free, tracks fevers for several family members. You can adjust the time temp was taken, create a list of meds given. What I live about this app is that tracking activity can be broken down into “events”, which are later labeled by the app as the date range. This way you can always go back to any particular illnesses and see the fever activity. You can create an event and then add “measurement”, “meds” or “reminder”. Easy to adjust the days&time if needed. Multiple family members each have their own fever activities, which can be shared or exported out. Each member has it’s own avatar.

Great app. I had many useless trackers before. This one beats them all.

LovelyOne1 ,


I swear my son has some sort of fever syndrome. They last for days and spike high and quick. This app helps a lot for tracking and showing to his doctors. I wish that it had some sort of “check fever” reminder for between 30minutes to 8 hours. I also wish it would track my inputs in descending order instead of ascending. Thanks for putting this together, we really needed it and I couldn’t find anything else like it. You actually can back log data, and email it too.

App Privacy

The developer, Daniel Rinser, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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