Making a free injection tracking mobile app - Need feedback!

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Making a free injection tracking mobile app - Need feedback!

Postby bryanmanio » Wed Jun 15, 2016 2:26 pm

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I’ve been lurking various MS forums since my girlfriend started taking Copaxone for her MS last year, and see a lot of people asking about mobile apps or different methods of tracking their injections. I design mobile apps full time, and I’ve decided to make an app for my girlfriend to track her injections in a simple, modern way after being frustrated with current apps on the market.

Instead of just making it for, I’ve decided to create the best one I can and release it to the community as a whole for free. The first step in this process is to talk about potential users to identify common problems with injection logging. While I can always talk to my girlfriend, it’s much more beneficial to talk to a variety of people.

That said, I’ve put together a quick little questionnaire that takes about 5 minutes to complete. If you're interested in filling it out, not only would it be greatly appreciated, but you also have the option to join the beta list where you get to access the app as it's in development.

The survey is located here - https://bryanmanio.typeform.com/to/sR0cm5

Thanks!
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Postby ElliotB » Wed Jun 15, 2016 4:33 pm

How is yours going to be different from the COPAXONE iTracker?
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Postby bryanmanio » Mon Jun 20, 2016 11:33 am

ElliotB wrote:How is yours going to be different from the COPAXONE iTracker?


Good question. We've got some features in the works where the app would get smarter the more and more you use it, which means less input, and less time from you to log an injection at the end of the day. The Copaxone tracker is also targeted for those only using Capaxone. I've been getting a ton of feedback on the survey from people that use pills instead of injections, so allowing multiple medications could provide everyone with MS an app to use, not just one provided by the drug company.

All of this is still pretty early though, I'm taking all the feedback into consideration before moving forward.
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Postby bryanmanio » Tue Jun 21, 2016 12:06 am

Forgot to mention - the iTracker app is only available in the US app store, so those in other majority markets like Canada and the UK are unable to even use it :(
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