Migraine Diary 1.2 Submitted to Apple

Migraine Diary 1.2 has been submitted to Apple for review and insertion into the App Store.  It includes the following updates:

  • Journal entry listing screen now shows month sections
  • Journal entry listing screen has an edit button to make it clear how to delete an entry
  • Editing an existing journal entry doesn’t show save/cancel – changes are saved instantly
  • Fixed problem with adding blank categories when clicking cancel
  • Updated App icon to a new image and added high-resolution images for the iPhone 4
  • Graph in “learn” now updates with intensity from journal entries live; previously you had to quit the App and relaunch for the screen to update
  • Numerous other improvements and bug fixes

Next version will be a major improvement and include a number of features you’ve been requesting –

  • Drugs will allow you to add strength and quantity
  • More graphs and better descriptions on existing graph
  • Possible integration with Evernote for sharing

Migraine Diary had taken a back seat in my life because of a business full time job during the day.  2010 was a really successful year for myself, and 2011 has been good as well.  I’m taking the time to address the shortcomings of this App because I personally need a good Migraine Diary App to record my headaches.  The App in its current design isn’t well suited for my needs.  I will continue to issue improvements and make this App the best Migraine Diary out there!  Please contact me with any improvements you’d like to see.

One thought on “Migraine Diary 1.2 Submitted to Apple”

  1. Hi Aaron!
    Thanks so much for creating migraine diary, I’ve been using it for the last few months! It’s good to be able to see how often I have migraines, but it would be even better if the ‘learn’ section could show what are the usual triggers and treatmens that actually helped. I hope it would be possible to include this feature in the next version. It will be very useful for migrane sufferers! Tracking your typical triggers is very important to a migreneur as you can try to avoid them in the future thus reducing the attack risk. Thanks! Natalie

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