PillTimer is a simple app designed to help you take your medicine properly. Simply enter in how often you may (or should) take a dose along with the limit of doses in a day, and PillTimer will keep track of when your next dose is.
* Record a dose for now or any point in the last 24 hours
* See a clear indication on whether or not you may take a dose now
* Optionally get a notification when it is time for a dose
* Does not use cloud services or contact any web servers
With the Multiple Medications in-app purchase:
* Track all your medications simultaneously
* Hide unused medications in the archive; bring them back when you need them
One last time
Relax, make a build again
One last time
With the same lines but modern Xcode
And then we'll teach them how to say goodbye
To say goodbye
Because if there is a next version it's going to be a total rewrite that will require the latest version of iOS but there's some lingering bugs in the system now that have shown up because I haven't built any new versions with the new SDKs even though I should have and now people can't archive medicines but this should fix that and also the user interface is a little different on the iPad because of said SDKs but it should work better now
One last time...
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Good app but needs better selection of medication times
The app works well especially in paid version.
However, the app would be much better if it permitted you to specify times to take the pills.
I take pills 3 times a day. However, I take 1pill twice a day but at the same time as the others. There is no way to enter that. Also if you miss or are late you have to readjust times to the previous level. Otherwise the alarms work, the feature to record dose and have new time automatically selected are good features
I’ve had this app for three months. It will lose tracking and give bad results. It can be very frustrating and dangerous. This app needs help.
Exactly what I needed
I spent the evening in the ER a few nights ago, and came out with a kidney stone diagnosis and four prescriptions. Saw a specialist a couple days later and was given yet another prescription.
In addition, I'm supposed to keep up on regular doses of Tylenol and Ibuprofen. Oh, and my spring allergies have kicked in, so there are two allergy meds to keep track of.
The last thing I want to do when I'm hurting is count which pills I took when and how long until the next dose. This app lets me enter all of the medications, the interval for each, and gives me a very clear visual indicator whether I can take a specific med yet or not. And for the ibuprofen and Tylenol, an alert lets me know it's time to take them, so I can stay on top of this pain.
I paid for the upgrade, but for what it's saving me in confusion and frustration, it's worth ten times that.
- Evan Hildreth
- 2.3 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2013 Evan Hildreth
- In-App Purchases
- Multiple Medications $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.