The Lab Tracker 12+

Track and graph your labs

John Fansler

Designed for iPhone

    • 2.3 • 10 Ratings
    • Free

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Lab Tracker allows you to keep track of important labs that you monitor. It gives you easy access to a list of tests and also helps see the change over time by providing graphing capabilities! You will never have to scroll through lists of lab results looking for the specific results you want to track, which is useful for people who routinely monitor for a medical condition such as Diabetes, Heart Issues, High Cholesterol, Liver or Kidney Issues, or HIV. Lab Tracker will put you in complete control of what you keep track of and graph.

What’s New

Version 1.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

012315432654 ,

Very basic and inaccurate

You can tell this was written by someone who doesn’t understand medicine. Results must be entered in whole numbers (1 not 1.3). Trying to use a number below 1 such as .6 may cause the app to crash. No ability to export data to apple health. All Blood tests have to be created manually, so common tests are not already available. Probably better off just using a spreadsheet. I think this app was just an experiment by the author.

srdiver26 ,

Too much data entry

I wanted to be able to track my lab results for normal blood work. When opening this I found it is a very basic database. You have to add everything, and when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING! You have to add the line item from the test including: abbreviations, long name, min value, max value, result number, unit measured in, etc. All of that should be in there already for the user to be able to just pull up the test they want and just add the results from their test. This is way too much data entry for me, but maybe it is what you are looking for.

Loganland ,


Trying to collect all my labs in one place but it crashes when I use anything below 1 and only whole numbers as the other review stated ):

App Privacy

The developer, John Fansler, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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