A basic iOS app to manage medicine doses
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README.md

Archived

This is version 1.2 of PillTimer. Version 2.0 and on uses custom copyrighted graphics and a freemium business model and thus isn't on GitHub at this time. If you have questions about it feel free to get in touch. Original README follows.

Introducing PillTimer

This is an app to keep track of medicine doses. Most medicine has two parts to dosage instructions: the interval between doses (often 4, 6, or 12 hours) and a daily limit to doses. Given this information, PillTimer will keep track of the doses you've taken in the past 24 hours and alert you when it is okay to take another dose.

This app is entirely self-contained. Your information is NEVER transmitted across the internet or recorded longer than necessary for the app to function.

Support

You can get support via twitter by mentioning @PillTimerApp. You can also send an email to pilltimer@oddevan.com. If you're familiar with GitHub's issue tracking, you can create an issue.

About

This app was built as a personal exercise by Evan Hildreth (a.k.a. oddEvan) and beta-tested by his amazing wife Brittany Hildreth.