Description

The Simple Migraine Tracker records your migraines with a press of a button. That’s it.

It automatically includes the date, location and weather to help you find patterns and triggers.

You won’t have to answer 52 question or navigate screen after screen of eye-dazzling choices while you are suffering. No one wants to do that.

This handy and simple app gives you everything you’ll need to know at a glance: when your last attack was, how many days you have been attack free, and a single simple button to record a new attack.

Reports. Simple Migraine Tracker comes with basic reporting to help you see your history of migraine attacks, how long you have been attack free, and a chart showing your attacks by day of the week so you can look for repeating patterns.

Our in-app purchase unlocks more reports that show your attacks by month, time of day, temperature, and location so you can compare and look for patterns that might help you discover triggers or times when you should be prepared to react.

Use Simple Migraine Tracker to track your migraine attacks so you can report frequency to your doctor, look for patterns and determine if you are making improvements.

What’s New

Version 1.2

-New Siri Shortcut (Check it Out!)
-Redesigned the UI; It's now a little easier on the eyes when switching between pages
-Removed the data of when you first joined from the statistics of all your attacks
-Minor performance boosts and a few bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

aggieyoda ,

Simplicity is nice, but hampered by bugs

I like the simplicity of this app so I can track my migraines without the bother of dealing with all the questions I get in the other app I’ve been using. But I’m frustrated that the weather never loads. Do I need the weather, which is just temperature and general conditions (eg sunny, cloudy, etc)? I don’t know, but the error message is incredibly frustrating, so resolving it one way or another would greatly increase my satisfaction. (If you’re fixing it, it would be really helpful to add barometric pressure, which is a common trigger. But not really a dealbreaker.) I’m also frustrated that there’s no way to login and save the data if you’re switching devices or if you uninstall and reinstall the app (say, in an attempt to fix a bug with the weather). There’s a login prompt in the tutorial section, but every time I click it, the app crashes. Or I get an error message that it can’t load. Overall, these bugs may be minor, but in a relatively simple app, they really are frustrating and detract from an otherwise nice, simple app.

Developer Response ,

aggieyoda, Thank you for your kind words. I wanted to jump in real quick and let you know that we are working on these items as we speak. Sorry for the frustration! -We set out to build an app that would take care of the details without a lot of interaction. Believe me, I know what it's like to have to worry about one more thing while you are suffering a migraine.

As a general update, let me address the items you brought up:

My son and I created this first version without realizing how popular it would become. As such we incorporated a free trial connection to the weather, which was restricted by what we thought would be plenty of connections. We are both pleasantly surprised, and a little embarrassed that we are exceeding the limits of this initial phase. We are adding a full-service connection to weather right away, and you should see the weather function return without any problems in the next couple of days.

Speaking of weather, we hear you loud and clear about barometric pressure. We're looking into adding that, too. We have a new version mapped out including automatic barometric pressure tracking, so we can see how that is affecting our attacks. Thank you for the tip.

As for login and data sharing between your devices: we are working on this very thing right now. Our first version was a proof of concept, and we always planned to bring this to a cross-device platform as soon as we could. That time is now. We hope to have a new version out before the end of this year.

We're working to squash those bugs, too. Our proof of concept version focused on connecting to automated features. In our next version we are focussing on the cross-platform data, improving code and concentrating on refining the analytics.

Again, thank you for your message; we really appreciate the feedback.

jmeinen2098 ,

Simple app

I really like the app. It’s simple and the upgrade is only .99 cents. It adds so many addition features. However my weather is mot automatically syncing. So when I report an attack from my Apple Watch all the data is more coming through. Otherwise great app

Developer Response ,

jmeinen2098

Sorry for the extremely late response. The pandemic had us scrambling for cover and we looked away for a bit. But we're back and Reiley is working on a new version that we think you'll really like.

The weather function will be fixed in the next couple of days. We didn't anticipate the overwhelming response for this app and built with a limited version of the weather connection that only gave us a handful of connections per day. Looks like we missed that one by a mile. Thank you for connecting with us, and we hope you are still using the app. If not, we hope you'll jump back in with us; we'll have weather figured out soon, and a full new app before the end of the year. We appreciate your support!

DragonsFox ,

Great except for the time

Great easy to use app. Only issue is my time is showing 12 hours behind ... would give five stars if this wasn’t an issue.

Edit: I reinstalled the app and the time is now correct.

Developer Response ,

DragonsFox, sorry to get back to you so late, and thanks for reporting that you were able to correct the time issue with a restart.

We're working on a full new version that we plan to have out before the end of the year. Our goal is to add more functionality and ease of use without requiring much interaction. Reiley is working on the next version now and we hope you are thrilled with it. See you soon! -Cary

App Privacy

The developer, Steptap, Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location

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

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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