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Is there any move afoot to make the trackers into iPhone apps?
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We are working on a few things related to mobile. Stay tuned and we'll keep you posted!

10947 tn?1281404252
Hello All,

We're very happy to announce that we've created a mobile version of the site. As of today, you can access all of our forums and communities, post a question, log in and change your mood, check your inbox, and view your notifications. Unfortunately, trackers is a bit more complicated and was not included in this release. We do have it in our future plans, though. The next phase will include many more features, but for now, you can access MedHelp from a mobile phone. This should work on all smartphones, including iPhone, Android phones, Palm Pre, and Opera Mini. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

To access the mobile site, all you have to do is go to your browser on your mobile phone and type www.medhelp.org. You should automatically be redirected to our mobile site.

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Ah, I was really hoping for a phone app (iPhone, android, ect) rather than a moble site.
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I am really looking forward to a phone app too. I have blackberry. It's not a touch screen. I have a CURVE. Keep'n an eye out for app.
10947 tn?1281404252
We do have plans to create iPhone and Android apps and in fact, we actually have an iPhone app under review right now. Unfortunately, it's hard to say when the app will be approved. We plan to launch many more apps in the future, but the reason we launched the mobile site is that it works across all smartphones, including Blackberry. Due to limited resources, we can only release specific iPhone and Android apps in the future, but wanted to make sure as many people had access through their mobile device as soon as possible.

10947 tn?1281404252
We released our first iPhone app, My Cycles. You can use the app to track your periods, track ovulation if you're trying to conceive and your moods. If you link it to your MedHelp account, it'll automatically sync the data so that you can view your updated trackers online.

You can download it for free on the iPhone App Store.


Or read more about it here:

10947 tn?1281404252
We have three additional iPhone apps that sync with our online trackers.

I'm Expecting (Pregnancy app): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/im-expecting-pregnancy-app/id383565674?mt=8

Sleep On It (Sleep Tracker and alarm app): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sleep-on-it-sleep-tracker/id393927199?mt=8

Moody Me (Mood Tracker): http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moody-me-mood-diary-tracker/id411567371?mt=8

They're all free and sync with your online trackers so you can track from anywhere.
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Synchronization of iPhone app and website app (Sleep on It) is rather confusing. The website lists a day as starting at midnight going to 11:59PM, while the iphone app starts at noon and goes to noon. Could you consider aligning these, please? (I think it's the iPhone app that needs to be changed).

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Wow, thanks for these apps !!! I would very appreciate if the anxiety tracker was created for the iPhone like the Mood one. Is that something we can hope to see in future ?

Thanks !
707563 tn?1587576687
Hi there -

You can track your anxiety in the Moody Me app.  Choose your overall mood - good, bad, ok, etc - and then choose Anxiety as a symptom.  There are also a lot of other symptoms, too.

Let us know if you need further assistance.

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