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Pill Reminder is an easy-to-use and reliable app that helps you remember to take your medications at the right time. It allows you to create any type of recurring reminders (every X hours, specific times, daily, weekly, monthly, every X days, etc). It tracks the remaining quantity of each medication and shows a refill alert when running low. It has everything you need: • Mark Medications as Taken or Missed • Reschedule Medications • Refill Reminders • PRN (as needed) Medications • Calendar • Reminders for Medical Appointments • Email Reports to your Doctor • Multiple User Support By remembering to take all of your medications at the right time, you are taking control of your own health. RECURRING REMINDERS • Repeat every X hours (e.g. From 8 AM to 8 PM, every 4 hours) • Repeat at specific times (e.g. 9:15 AM, 1:30 PM, 8:50 PM) • Repeat every half hour (e.g. From 10 AM to 2 PM, every 30 minutes) • Repeat on selected days of the week (e.g. Every week only on Mondays and Fridays) • Repeat every X days, weeks or months (e.g. Every 3 days, Every 2 weeks) • Repeat daily for 21 days and then take 7 days off (Birth Control) MAIN FEATURES • User friendly interface • If you took your medication early or late, you can reschedule the next doses in that day • Get alerts to refill your prescriptions before they run out • Can be used with any medication, supplement, vitamin, or birth control that follows a regular schedule • Swipe from right to left to mark a medication as "Taken" directly from the lock screen or notification banner • Ability to add PRN (as needed) medications • Keep track of the medications you have to take throughout the day • Pre-Alarms: Be notified prior to the actual time • Auto-Snooze: Automatically repeat the alarm up to 5 times at regular intervals (e.g. 1 min, 10 mins, 30 mins) until you take action • Add notes, time and dose taken for reference • Mark medications as Taken or Not Taken • Get alerts when medications are about to expire • Email your medication list or administration history to your doctor • Add reminders for medical appointments • Add photos to each medication for easy identification • Multiple user support. Add medications for yourself, family members, or others you care for • Ability to search the FDA Drug Database for your medications (Available in the US only) • Has a calendar to view all reminders by month • Backup and restore all data on the same device or multiple devices • 33 built-in alarm sounds GENERAL • VoiceOver accessibility support • Dark Mode (Available in iOS 13 and later) • Automatically adjusts to the font size selected on the device • Notifications are local. No internet connection required • App doesn't need to be open to receive notifications • Universal App, full native support for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch FREE VERSION • In the free version, you can add unlimited medications but only 2 reminders • Full version with unlimited reminders is available as an In-App Purchase • One-Time payment. No monthly or annual fees
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Thank you for this app! I have been using it for approximately six months. With aging parents and aging siblings I found myself challenged with assisting them to document and track each persons medication and more. I am NOT in the medical field but found this to be helpful for me and others who find themselves assisting do In-home care by default. I now have the ability to quickly present a list of meds to paramedics, emergency room attendants and to compare or dispute with the doctors when they don’t have a system of their own to list my family members medication or they just screw up and over medicate. Just recently, my sibling was carted off to the ER room by the paramedics. I was able to bring up the app and share with them and the hospital nurse (who does not have their meds list) all meds they were taking. They were impressed with the app as I have been. I am learning other features of the app and wish there was a way to track and restore previous medications (changed by the doctor) for historical purposes. Maybe that feature is there and I just missed it. This will allow more discussion with the physicians on what changed, why and why a med is being repeated. The app has been my saver many times. I will continue to share it with other persons who find themselves interested in tracking medication, appointments,etc. Great application.
I have reviewed this app before when I first got it. It is now been at least three years that I’ve been using it every day. And it is still absolutely awesome!! Every time I meet somebody, i.e. like in the doctors office or nurses, etc.– I tell them about this for themselves or their patients who have trouble remembering to take meds. I often get a smile when my phone in public reminds me “you’ve got meds to take“. ;) I agree with one of the other reviewers that it would be great to have a way to remove a medication without removing all of its history. As a workaround until this could be figured out, WHAT I DO is change the name of the medication by putting DISCONTINUED (In front of the name of the medication) and putting it at the bottom of the list. I then take out all reminders and information so it doesn’t show up. Then I use the NOTES section to have a record of why this medication was stopped and any notes about it that a relative for the future. But it would be nice to have an “archived meds” section for this purpose. This could even be added to the paid for app as an incentive to have people purchase this app. Honestly, I normally never purchased apps and just put up with the commercials. But this app has by far been the best couple dollars I’ve ever spent.
I have had a handful of prescription reminder over the last 8 or so years. Some failed to work after Apple updated their OS, which is the reason I purchased the full version of this APP. For me, the APP does exactly what I needed and then some. I recently had a full knee replacement so keeping on top of the pain is critical for me. The reminders are outstanding for this and being able to see the daily history is a great help. After using the APP for about a week, it dawned on me that the reminder system would also work for keeping track of my daily exercises. I treat the exercise like medication and I use the instruction box to input the instruction from the Physical Therapist. I use the notes box to track my progress. Since I just stated, I am not sure how many characters are allowed in this boxes. The only thing that I word like to see in a future release is an automated syncing to all of my devices like I see in other APPs. There is a feature in the APP that accomplishes the same thing, but it is a manual process, which you must remember to do.
Just needed an app to remind me to give my toddler her medication every 8 hours- and surprisingly it was hard to find an app that would do that! This one works perfectly for this- gives me a reminder ahead of time and snoozes/reminds me until I check “taken”. Another key feature is that I can set the meds to be taken at the same time every day- it doesn’t just count every X hours. For example, I set it at 7.5 hours so that I didn’t have to give her meds at such crazy early or late hours- I was worried the app would just add 7.5 hours to the last time I scheduled her meds every day, changing that time every day- but it did NOT- it stayed 7am, 2:30pm and 10pm for each day. I know this seems silly, but sometimes they don’t think of things like this when they make apps!! Long review- but this App really made this awful chore a bit easier for me! Thanks!
I got this after getting into a good accident that required me to take meds on a time. Where this app fell short for me is on 2 areas. 1) the app does not work across multi platforms, ie; filling all of the info on my iPhone and then later having to do all of the same with my iPad. It becomes even more complicated with 2) when you put in the times to take the meds, if you miss a dose, say because your sleeping, and then you take the meds right when you wake up, say an hour after you should have taken the pills, three hours before the next dose, the app should adjust the times on the schedule to information one took the time to put in. After the first few missed doses, again due to sleep, I gave up on recording my intake and went back to iOS notes, where it’s cloud based and pulls the info from either device and has the info when and where I need it. It makes for long notes when you need to take 4 meds, all timed differently. The app has a lot of potential and should some of the topics be amended from above this would be #1 app!! Cheers.
Developed by Sergio Licea.
Pill Reminder - All in One is ranking in Medical & Health & Fitness
Last update was at Sep 17, 2021and the current version is 4.5.
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Pill Reminder - All in One have a 14 829a user reviews.