April 27, 2010 in Productivity (F)
[prMac.com] Kaunas, Lithuania - Codulis, an independent iPhone development studio, has announced Blood Pressure 1.0 beta and is looking for beta testers. Blood Pressure is an upcoming iPhone app that acts as a diary for tracking measurements taken at home using an ordinary BP monitor. App aims to make keeping eye on this vital sign more enjoyable through delightful user interface. It also empowers users to see the changes and reasons behind them using simple analysis tools.
Blood Pressure app features an intuitive user interface designed in 'realistic' style. The details of individual measurements are presented on a display of virtual BP monitor and notepad. Beautiful interactive chart allows scrolling through all the measurements taken over time. And statistics for visible time span are calculated on the fly when the chart is scrolled or time scale is changed.
* Track measurements of multiple persons
* Add notes to the measurements
* Create tags you need and mark measurements with them (diet changes, exercising activities, stress levels, medications etc.)
* Select which data (systolic, diastolic and/or pulse) to show in a chart
* Choose a time scale for a chart from 1 day to 6 months
* Instantly see minimum, maximum or average values for all the measurements in visible part of the chart
* Create filters and filter the history chart based on the tags attached to the measurements or the time of the day at which the measurements were taken
* iPhone or iPod touch device
* iPhone OS 3.1 or later
For information on participating in beta testing, please visit Codulis website.
Codulis is one-man iPhone development studio run by Mindaugas Rudokas. Through focusing on visual design, usability and overall user experience, the mission of Codulis is to build top quality pieces off software that are joy to use. Copyright (C) 2010 Mindaugas Rudokas. All Rights Reserved. App Store, iPhone and iPod touch are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.