Obviously, I love it. The option to export the raw detail data (tabulate all data) for each measurement is a great addition. However, I would like the ability to export a date range (for example, the previous day, the previous week, the previous month or the previous year) and a previous/last switch (for example, last day exports 24 hours ending now, previous day exports the 24 hours from midnight to midnight). Finally, I would like to save all of the preceding options as a "named report" that I can select to consistently generate reports covering different data over different time ranges at different levels of detail.
This really is a great idea, and I hope the developers keep working on this. Getting data into an Excel format really will be the best way to share with my doctor. But please add a start date to the options. I have to massage the data too much before providing something useful. This is the right idea, but the implementation is just too bare bones. It seems more like a proof-of-concept application that still needs work. Perhaps that's why it's still free.
I'm taking a health class and needed to export all of my data so that I could present it in a report. Also I wanted to give my data to my doctor. While I think it's amazing that my Apple Watch and my iPhone can track all of this information it seems like a huge oversight on Apple's part that there's no easy way to get it actually out of the phone. Thank goodness an app like this exists. While not ideal at least exports it in a way where I can manipulate it using Excel. I wish they would've named it something easier to find though.
App has been great for getting the data to a spreadsheet. The one area for improvement is to send the data from health app exactly as is. I often take multiple readings of BP in quick succession - when this translates in QS it takes the highest or mean readings in a one hour time range which I don't want. Could also use a start date for capturing data so I can update my spreadsheets more easily Thanks
It's a nice add-on to the Health app, but A) it needs to allow one to export records only within a given date and time range. I shouldn't have to Wade through rows of two-year old data EVERY TIME I export. B) the app should allow one to skip rows with no data. Generating a bunch of rows with nothing but zero is silly and wasteful. When I only need weekly data over a six month period it may just be easier to enter it into a spreadsheet by hand than deal with the useless rows in this app.
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QS Access has an average rating of 3.5.
The latest version of QS Access (1.3) was released on Dec 16, 2015.
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