- Personalized allergy and weather forecasts
- Track symptoms and treatments, and share with your doctor
- Customize scheduled alerts based on allergy forecast
Based on the allergies you have, the free WebMD Allergy app for iPhone will help you prepare for each day with a personalized allergy and weather forecast along with doctor-approved tips that can be customized to your and your family’s specific allergies. You can also track how you feel, RECORD symptoms and treatments, and add notes through an easy to use allergy tracker. Before your doctor appointments, generate reports to share with your doctor.
The WebMD Allergy app helps you to control your allergy symptoms by showing you the allergy levels in your area before you start your day. Whenever. Wherever.
WebMD Allergy is specially designed and customized for people with the following allergies:
- Outdoor/Hay Fever
- Insect Bites and Stings
WebMD Allergy is organized into easy-to-use sections:
• Allergy Forecast
WebMD Allergy delivers up-to-date allergen levels based on your location. If you’re traveling, you can look up the allergy forecast for your destination and save locations that you frequently visit. Have kids with allergies? You can manage each family member’s allergies using individual profiles, too. You can now get proactive with managing your entire family’s allergies from one place, anytime, anywhere!
• Symptom Checker Allergy map
See how WebMD Symptom Checker users are reporting seasonal allergy symptoms in your area
• Allergies 101
Browse through WebMD Allergy’s rich library of allergy articles, slideshows and videos in 7 categories: Outdoor, Indoor, Skin, Drug, Food, Insect Bites and Stings, and Latex. Or you can search to quickly find exactly what you’re looking for.
• Allergy Tracker
Track how you feel, your RECORD symptoms and treatments, and add notes daily. Generate a report you can share with your doctor.
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Ratings and Reviews
Increases awareness of allergy triggers
I set my webMD allergy app preference for notification of levels of allergens on all my devices. I’m not a TV weather forecasts watcher (unless perhaps a state of allergic emergency were declared ;-), so this app is my allergy/air quality source.
My yard is full of trees. In dry weather, dust and tree pollen alerts are frequent. And when conditions become very wet, I’ll know of rising mold levels outside and turn up my dehumidifier. The app lets me know if outdoor work is advisable before I get going & react w allergic headache, etc. I tell my daughter when air quality is really bad so she & children (all having asthma) should stay inside that day or wear masks if outside long.
The app also has good articles, with proven advice on allergy management. The following true story shows how this app can help save a life:
A young woman with asthma was on a bike workout. She’d made 2 mistakes this app could’ve prevented. 1st, she did not know air quality was poor (& perhaps change to indoor biking that day). 2nd, as advised for all asthmatics, she did not have an emergency inhaler on her person. She may have died of suffocation but for her fellow biker - also asthmatic - wisely having his own inhaler for her to use.
Had this woman followed those 2 basic app tips, she could have prevented the scary medical event completely.
Been able to judge accuracy fairly well
I’ve been using this app for a few years and found its reports somewhat at odds with the weather channel app. Never knew which one to really trust more which was aggravating since I base my secondary med on what my current trigger is, and it’s been a bit of a shot in the dark until now. Over the past 5 days or so outside mold has been high while everything else has been low. I have been miserable. The weather channel app does not report on mold. My step son who normally has bad allergies as well had no problems those days and mold is not one of his triggers. Today however he reported having moderate toward severe problems, and lo and behold this app reported that tree pollen has jumped from low up toward a medium count and he has 3 bad tree allergies (he’s been tested). Tree and mold reported raised levels while everything else was still low. In my mind this proves this app is going to be my more reliable and go-to app in the future to plan my meds around (indoor vs outdoor) unti if/when it starts proving unreliable. I’m glad we had a few days of such specific results I was able to base a theory on!
Great app minus the issue getting notifications
I’d give this app a 5 star rating if it weren’t for the fact that the notifications have never worked. Not at any point in the years I’ve been using it and it’s been that way on multiple phones I’ve had so it’s not related to my device. I’ve asked support for help fixing it and have not been successful in getting an answer which isn’t helpful. It’s great to be able to see the levels and allergens plus track all your symptoms and relief utilized. However if I knew via alerts a given allergen was high on a particular day, I’d change certain lifestyle factors to keep my symptoms as managed as possible. Initially I would go outside or do something that I’d never have done if I’d known certain things were high that day, so I assumed no notifications meant nothing elevated— and I was so wrong and it was months later I realized it just doesn’t work properly —so beware, and don’t expect to receive one if you have an allergen you try to avoid when elevated, because you’ll never be made aware by this app unfortunately. Minus that problem it’s otherwise a great app!
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