Not a bad idea, but there are a few flaws with the medication scheduling. The options for medications include Ritalin, Concerta, Strattera, Wellbutrin, alpha2 agonists, and other. Why isn't Adderall an option? Adderall XR? Focalin, Vyvanse, Dexedrine? Also, I had to add two separate entries for one of my meds because the "custom" option for timing only allows you to add exactly four doses. I take two.
There are a lot of really great features, but it does not work seamlessly. For example, after I create a medication schedule if I realize that I made a mistake, there is an option to reschedule that dose. It will even ask if you want to reschedule all future doses or just the one. When I do that the dose rescheduled disappears, and no other doses are modified. I have to delete the entire schedule and create it again. It is a bit confusing to figure out. There is also a reevaluation option, but it is very confusing. I cannot tell what the questions are asking for sure. Many questions just list a symptom or topic and have a toggle next to it. It isn't clear what the toggles do. If they are just intended to indicate that you have that symptom, then you can't list more than one symptom or side affect. All in all it is still a little useful for the schedule. But that's really all I get out of it. Also the medication reminder does not work.
Won't recognize I typed a password even though it has enough charactors.
Good idea, but it needs to be have an "I did it" function on notifications and suggested activities on the home page
Not effective, needs better functionalities
I think it's great to be able to track your medication schedule and effectiveness. I'm guessing this is made by a European company as there's no option for vyvanse or adderall or any off-label meds. I wasn't able to save my schedule even when I selected other which is kind of annoying.
Could never accept my login information. App forgot I had an account even though I had it saved in Lastpass. After three attempts it would crash and it became a big time waster. No contact information was available. I will try to correct it through Google Play. If I get it working, I will change my review.
Might be useful to track frequent medication adjustments, but according to the app, Ritalin, welbutrin and amoxatine are the only meds used for Adhd. Layout not at all intuitive, can't save my medication and dosages (loads endlessly), and the features that aren't premium are primitive and limited. There's no guidance on how to use the app effectively, and 1/3 of the tools are for tracking study habits, even tho it's supposedly for adults.
I suffer from ADHD and I find the app to be insightful and informative.
Has potential for improvement