Thursday, January 27, 2011

Upcoming features

More features to come...

Still trying to figure out the best way to export data for giving to a doctor. Any format suggestions?

Charts for peak flow readings.

Maybe an asthma action plan?

And multiple user support in case you are tracking data for more than one person.

Any other ideas? I'd love to hear them!

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Export format

Anyone currently provide their doctors with asthma data? What format do you use? Looking for the best way to export the data saved in Asthma Tracker & Log.


I neglected to post about a previous version, so a little catch up here...

Version 1.1 included a Notes field in the Attack Entry page and Attack Log page. This update was a result of user feedback, so if there is something you'd like to see let me know!

Version 1.2, released today, includes the ability to backup the database and import it to/from an SD card.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Exploring Ashtma Tracker & Log

The Peak Flow Entry page is where you can enter the date and time of your test along with the results. This information is viewable in a log, and will soon be available in chart form.

Is there more information you like to track? Let me know!

On the Attack Entry page, you can keep track of when and where your attack happened, as well as details about the attack itself. This information is also viewable in a log.

Would it be helpful to be able to export or email the data in the logs to be able to share with your doctor?

Monday, January 17, 2011

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Version 1.0 released!

Version 1.0 of Asthma Tracker & Log has been released in the Android Marketplace!

You can use Asthma Tracker & Log to track your asthma attacks and details about them such as when and where they occur, what triggered them, and how you treated them. If you use a peak flow meter, you can also enter your meter readings and keep track of them over time.

In this version you can view all the information you enter in a log format, but coming soon, you will be able to view your peak flow readings in a chart format!

Details about your asthma attacks including location, symptom, trigger, and treatment are completely customizable. You can add to, edit, or delete any of the default entries available.

I got the idea to create Asthma Tracker & Log when our 2 yr old son started daily breathing treatments. So if you have any ideas on how to make this a more useful app, leave a comment or email me at!