Pill-time alerts for the forgetful

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  • Wednesday, 21 Sep 2016


MediSafe Meds and Pill Reminder

Users love this app to track their meds, blood and glucose levels as well as other measurements.

Managing drugs for many complex health conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer can be done seamlessly with MediSafe.

It also acts as a tool for those who need a mobile organiser for vitamins, blood pressure medication, glucose level and period tracking as well as other health concerns.

Users can add a medication, get reminders to take their pills and track their health level.



The app’s comprehensive database covers prescription and non-prescription medicine, contraceptive pills and supplements. You can set reminders after scanning or entering various medications. MyTherapy reports the percentage of tablets you take and tracks the dosage history which can be printed and shared with healthcare providers or family.

You can even involve family and friends through MyTherapy Team to manage your health together. Forgotten tablets and doses can be shared with family so they can remind you too. You can also go to their website www.mytherapyapp.com.

Lady Pill Reminder

Lady Pill Reminder

This app helps you keep track of your birth control pills. Just enter the type of birth control pill you take (number of pills in the packet) and the time you usually take your pill and the app will notify you when you have to take it.

Many people like this user-friendly app which also has a calendar feature.

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