OpenCare is the easiest way to track the hard things. It’s your personalized symptom tracker. It’s your simple way to track chronic illness.

How do I track my symptoms over time?

What’s an easy pain tracker I can use every day?

How can I manage my pain?

OpenCare is the only simple & personalized care tracking app for self-care & caregiving.

Use OpenCare as a chronic pain tracker, pain tracker, medical tracker, health tracker, migraine tracker, headache tracker, headache & migraine diary, health tracker, or for any symptom you want to monitor.

• Understand key trends over time with charts of your symptoms
• Stay in control of your symptoms and medications
• Track what matters for when it matters in your notes or diary
• Remember the most important information for doctor appointments

Examples of symptoms our users are currently monitoring:
-rheumatoid arthritis


Sync blood glucose, blood pressure, and body temperature from Apple Health. Records will appear in the timeline.

Privacy Policy:

DISCLAIMER: This app is not a substitute for a primary care physician. It does not provide similar services to a primary care provider. It does not offer health advice or solutions. This app should not be used alone but in combination with other patient-assistance and caregiver-assistance resources. Seek a doctor’s advice in addition to using this app and before making any medical decisions.

Consult with your primary care provider or the primary care provider for your patient before beginning any regimented health tracking solution.

What’s New

Version 32.7

Welcome to the personalized symptom tracking app for caregiving and self-care. We're always making OpenCare better.

• Bug - Fixed a bug on medications record and medications detail where the “time” value (i.e. 11:07am) was not correctly updating.
• Bug - Fixed a bug on medications timeline detail where selection of the unit picker was not showing the navigation bar.
• Improvement - Previously, symptom input had the requirement of start date and end date. Since a symptom may not have a specific start and end date, we are moving to use a single date for recording a symptom (i.e. When did it happen?)

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
190 Ratings

190 Ratings

jenniibird ,

Great app!

The functionality of this app and its purpose is quite important: having a consolidated platform track symptoms and medical history for yourself or for a loved one is important. However, after using the app, I have some recommendations:
1. having an onboarding process for the app. Although the app does feel very easy to use for me, someone who has been familiar with using iOS apps for some time now, would it also feel easy to use for someone less experienced with technology/smartphones? Looking at this app from that point of view, there were some functionalities that could seem ambiguous - having an onboarding process could be important to bridge that accessibility gap.
2. As medical care is something that pervades someone’s life, I think it could be really important to allow integration with at least Apple Calendar. Looking at the “appointments” tab, the only functionality is to write the name of the appointment. Then what? You need Opencare+ to add photos from the visit and you can record the time it happened, but aside from that, I see little functionality; this can be improved with the ability to export to a calendar so that the caregiver/user can be reminded of the appointment if needed.

Overall I thought this was a great app that really does serve a greater purpose! I would recommend it.

sikee c. ,

Love the purpose but the UI can be improved

As a design student and a first time user, I like the concept and the purpose of this app. This app makes it easy to take care of your health and your loved ones (my favorite feature). Having a section for your loved one is thoughtful and beautiful. Some design and user interface elements could be improved and simplified. For example, in the timeline feature, I don’t think it is necessary to repeatedly mention “no records for this month...” under each month of no record when it is already said on top that I have “0 records in ___month”. I think some information like that doesn’t need repeating, keeping it concise and simple can make it more clear to the users. The calendar can also be more packed together or have it so only one month is visible on the screen and then you can swipe horizontally to the next month so not too much space is wasted and this will also require less scrolling. Nonetheless, overall the app is clean with white background and visually interesting with pop of colors. I enjoyed the functionality of the app. I love the purpose and how this app can help you improve your lifestyle and look out for your loved ones as well.

Lilfuzivert ,

Flexible and detailed tracking, fills an unaddressed need in healthcare

I just got this app today and after examining the different capabilities, I’m really impressed. The interface is clean and intuitive, simple to use and allows for logging in great detail. Takes a lot of the burden ofd patients’ shoulders (especially those with memory difficulties) and lets them easily record symptoms as they occur, and the logging of dosage information and reminders is so great for this too. Few small things UX wise that could be improved is the “dismiss” button—this makes sense but “close” is more industry standard. Accessibility wise, adding a visual confirmation in addition to the physical pulse upon logging an entry may be a good idea.

I find that once I log a lot of symptoms, the Timeline view gets quite difficult to navigate, as they all stack below the monthly calendar and make it hard to jump to previous months without lots of scrolling. Implementing an option where all the symptoms begin collapsed with maybe just a preview or summary and then expanding when tapped is a good idea, similar to how other calendar apps like Moleskine implement expanding info.

App Privacy

The developer, Kyle Ryan, 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 Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Usage Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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


  • Family Sharing

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

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