Prescriptions 1 2 3 pill app Description:
Prescriptions 1-2-3 is a light weight app that helps you to not forget the medicine you have to take on a regular basis.
If you need an uncomplicated and reliable app to just remind you to take your medicine on time, this is it!
And that does not mean it lack features:
* Totally reliable and battery friendly
* Very flexible scheduling
* Will not wake you up at the middle of the night unless configured to do so
* Control other people's medications
* Clean, non-confusing notifications
* If you miss a notification, app will gently remind you every 15 minutes
* Prescriptions can be individually paused
* You can have a prescription skip weekends
* You can have a prescription run in "stamina" alarm mode making alarms really noticeable
* Alarm sound can override silent mode, or not, its your choice
* Alarm sound do not mess with the music you are listening to (most apps do)
* E-mail your drug list
* Backup/restore app configuration and prescription data
The app is very simple to use because you enter prescription instructions like you get them from your doctor: "take this medicine starting tomorrow, for two weeks, every eight hours", or "take this medicine every three days before breakfast, for 6 months".
You do not have to go through the hassle of figuring out what days and times combinations to make, or input tons of numbers, it is really easy as 1-2-3:
* Step 1, enter medication name and amount to take
* Step 2, enter prescription start day, duration in days, and recurrence interval in days
* Step 3, enter time to first take and the recurrence interval in hours to subsequent ones
Hit the back button and you are done!
Prescriptions 1-2-3 leverages your device's notification bar to let you know it is time to take your medication. It's simple and elegant, just touch the notification to dismiss it.
For more info, please check out our FAQ:
A NOTE FOR NEW USERS:
Why is Prescriptions 1-2-3 always sitting on the notification bar?
Taking your medication is serious business and this is a safety precaution. Programs running this way are much much less likely to be terminated by Android if the device's memory gets too low and, even if they do get terminated, Android loads them up again as soon as possible.
As you probably know or suspect no phone operating system is a mission critical environment. They are not even a true RTOS (real time operating system) meaning that applications may be killed at any time if the system is low on resources.
Again, 1-2-3 uses a different approach and runs as a background service. A side effect of this is that we can listen to time and time zones changes as they happen, which is a good thing. Apps that rely entirely on the alarm system just cannot do that.
Bottom line: for us, your health IS mission critical. We take no chances and keeping 1-2-3 always running and visible to you is definitely the best way to assure that medication alarms are always delivered on time, because the OS won't kill a background service sitting on the notification bar.
Remembering: most prescription apps use the built in alarm system and get loaded only when time is due. But WHAT IF at that precise time the system is low on resources, because you are doing something? A new app may not be able to load at that time, simple as that - and you may not get notified on time.
- new: E-mail prescriptions (right click list)
- improved: new list icon
- improved: daily ads feature
- improved: Do not autostart if list empty
- improved: Double back to exit
- improved: Sort by medication name
- free version moved to ad-supported
- free version up to 30 prescriptions
- free version new permissions:
- fix: backup-restore screen scroll
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