Creating Graphs

Graphs allow you to visualize your information, making it easy to spot trends and track improvement. Let’s start by creating a graph of PEF and FEV1 measurements. For this example I have a diary with 6 entries, each one containing a PEF and FEV1 test result. Next, I’ll select Tools  in the lower bar, and then […]

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Customizing Diaries

 Templates  are the backbone of asthmaTrack and are definitely its most powerful feature, providing customization unavailable in any other medical app. To start customizing, click the Settings  tab. The top of the app turns red so you know you’re adjusting settings, not writing entries in your diary. Click Templates . You’ll see the 5 default templates that come […]

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Getting Started

First off – thank you for your interest in asthmaTrack! Now that you’ve downloaded the app onto your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad let’s get started with an overview of how everything works. It looks long, but we promise once you’re done everything will be easy. What exactly is asthmaTrack? asthmaTrack is a personal journal […]

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Sync iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch

We are excited to announce that now you can sync multiple devices using asthmaTrack – automatically, wirelessly and for free using iCloud. This was the most requested feature before releasing asthmaTrack 3.0. Not only is it helpful and convenient, but it’s also incredibly easy to setup. To start, install asthmaTrack on whichever devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) you […]

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Tracking Exercise

An asthmaTrack user recently wrote to us asking about tracking exercise. It’s a great idea and one that can very easily be added to asthmaTrack. One of the most popular exercises is jogging. Let’s say you’re an aspiring jogger and you want to log your distance progress inside asthmaTrack. You’d want to create a custom […]

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