You with an Android phone?! Just kidding. Let us know what apps you're interested in. We do have a couple of Android apps on our list of to-do's, but based on what I know about you, they probably won't be your kind of apps. So let us know...
Is anything happening on the android app front? I would also want android medhelp apps like sleep tracker,would also like to be able to add own category in trackers like exeresis tracker or sleep tracker.
I would most like to have a sleep tracker on my android phone; being able to record sleep easily is so useful to me that I'm keeping my old ipod Touch around so I can run Medhelp's iPhone sleep tracker, but that will be cumbersome when I travel. My sleep doctor is going to love this sleep data. There are a few android sleep tracker apps but I like that the iphone/ipod app syncs right into your trackers.
I would also love to see an exercise tracker, or integration with one of the exercise trackers that already exists on the android (SportyPal, Cardio Trainer, My Tracks) that records your activity via GPS. It would be nice if the exercise tracker contained extra or customizable fields for light work/housework, as it is very useful to be able to track even "easy" activities for CFS/fibro, to measure progress; most exercise trackers don't really measure anything lighter than walking so being able to set a custom exercise or two would really help if it doesn't explicitly track lighter activities.
Support for all of the trackers would of course be wonderful, but those are the ones I use the most on the phone.
I'd also like to see trackers (on the iPhone and the Android) sync down your tracker customizations so anything you've configured not to show on the web tracker won't show on the phone tracker; it would make data entry a lot faster if you aren't scrolling through all of the options you've already turned off on the website.
Having this be functional on the mobile version of the website would work almost as well; just right now the mobile website tracker support is very limited and doesn't cover most of the trackers I use. The full site is unusable on a teeny tiny android screen.
I'm not sure of a time line. We hope you know that we realize this is important to many members, and we are working on it, and know that it's obviously not happening as quickly as you'd (and we'd) like.
So... i love this service on the chrome browser app, but I stopped using it until i can enter my meals outside of the computer. YOU NEED AN ANDROID APP for food diary ASAP before I get hooked on another program, or stop all together : *(
Great news! We just reeleased our second Android app, My Diet Diary. For those of you looking to lose weight, gain weight, or just maintain your weight, My Diet Diary can help you reach your weight goals by tracking food, weight, exercise, and water, all in one neat little app. To check out the app, or to download it, go to:
An Android app would be amazing! I would love to have the whole website, not just the weight tracker, to be with me no matter where I go!
Have the trackers available as apps would also be cool. Having all of them available would be handy because then I wouldn't have to try to remember health information and wait to update until I got home.
All of the apps on android would be great. I don't ovulate so I wouldn't use the 'cycles' or 'I'm expecting' apps. But I would use the rest, emphasis on Moody ME and Fit Frenzy.
I would also love an ipad app that allowed me to interface any of the trackers. The website doesn't have a bad interface for ipad, but an app specifically to update trackers would be simpler and easy to use.
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