February 27, 2010 in Health and Fitness (F)
[prMac.com] Averill Park, New York - Chris Sheldrick has just released iSupplement 1.0 into the iTunes AppStore. This app provides a great SQL backbone for storing all of your supplement information. Use it to track your supplement taking and history. The newest Supplement Tracking Application for the iPhone! Complete with great looking graphics, and tons of features. You already take supplements, why not make it easier to manage when to take them, when you took them, and your total supply? The features include:
* Enter a new supplement and add in supplement name, type, quantity, amount taken per dose, how many hours in between every dose, and how many times it is taken a day
* The app calculates your total day supply, next dosing time all from the information you enter
* To mark a supplement as taken view the supplements information and hit Took a Dose, you can also undo the dose in case of a mistake
* The main screen lists all of your supplements by type, and shows each supplements total day supply left, last dose taken, next dose taken, and light indicators for quick reference. A green light means the supplement has been taken, a yellow light means your next dose is coming up within an hour, and a red light if you have missed your dose
* When entering supplement information the app uses an ATM style number entering system when entering dosage, hours between, and times a day.
* The application uses a very stable SQLite database for data persistance so your information won't go anywhere
* The application can be used to track any kind of supplement, powders, pills, anything
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later
* 0.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iSupplement 1.0 is only $0.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category. After using the application, if you have any requests, or bugs please feel free to email me!
Located in Averill Park, New York, Chris Sheldrick is an independent developer. Copyright (C) 2010 Chris Sheldrick. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.