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Flutter application that reminds you about your medicines and helps you keep track of its side effects and pills quantity.
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LekBierz - an app for healthy medicine dosing

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LekBierz is a Flutter application developed with few issues in mind:

  • people often forget to take their medicines when they should
  • people often forget whether they have already taken their medicines or not
  • people sometimes experience side effects of taking medicines

This project was started to address those issues and help people with wise drugs dosage, as they were instructed by the doctor or by the contents of a leaflet.



LekBierz is characterized with some handy features

  • It helps you keep track of the medicines you are currently taking - with a simple EAN code scanner you can simply scan the barcode on medicine's package to have it in your list in the app.
  • It provides you with a simple to use "diary" of your doses - every time you take your tabs, just tap the screen to add this fact to your doses history. If you experienced any, you can also write a note about the side effects.
  • It notifies you just in time your dose should be taken - you can specify how often and at what time your meds should be taken, we'll handle the rest.
  • It prevents you from running out of your pills - with every new dose added to your history, we know how much you have left.


  • Custom icons
  • Take-dose reminders
  • Actual barcode
  • Adding meds by choosing from list
  • Archived
  • Details about medicine
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