PEFLog and Systolic apps made commenting of readings easier

PEFLog asthma app and Systolic blood pressure app new versions make it easy to use own predefined comments when saving readings.

With the new version 2.5.1 users can add own comments to the list so that it it’s easy to pick them later to be saved along with the readings. Quite often there are recurring occasions, comments, medications etc. that users want to add as additional information. Now it is possible to save these comments once to the list and then pick them later from the list instead of typing again and again.

PEFLog is a super easy peak flow monitoring and asthma assessment tool suitable for home monitoring. Readings can be saved with ease and the app produces comprehensive reports ready to be sent out.

Systolic is a super easy blood pressure tracker suitable for home monitoring. Readings can be saved with ease and the app produces comprehensive reports ready to be sent out.

Both apps include “tell a friend” feature in the main menu that makes it fast to inform friends about the apps. 🙂 

PEFLog calculates daily variation

PEFLog asthma tracker new version makes it even more suitable for primary healthcare physicians. The new version 2.5.0 improves the report and variation algorithm that can be used in diagnosing asthma.

The daily variation that is visible in the bar chart is now calculated based on the maximum reading from each puff set within each day. Therefore users may see bit better results (less variation) than earlier because false minimum readings are ignored.

The report includes more details for physicians and it can calculate e.g. bronchodilatation, variation and reversibility, so that it’s easier for health care to take full advantage of the report.

For users’ asthma home monitoring, the usage of PEFLog remains super easy and making morning and evening puffs and saving readings will produce invaluable data and comprehensive reports ready to be sent out.

PEFLog settings-menu includes a “tell a friend” feature that makes it easy to inform friends about the app 🙂

PEFLog color zones

PEFLog asthma tracker v2.4.4 improves the logic of presenting readings’ colors in the log page. Readings remain green except when too much (80%) below the best reading so far. This improvement was made based on the customer feedback. Thank you so much for your feedback!

For instance, if the new reading goes below 80% the best reading so far, then the color of the new reading is yellow. On the other hand, if the new reading is above the best reading so far, then the color of the new reading is green but all future readings will be compared agains the new reading. I.e. the new reading becomes the best PEF and comparison point.

This logic is especially relevant for children because their PEF readings often improve as the child grows. The continuous improvement of PEF readings doesn’t mean that past readings suddenly become any worse and color should change. So, green readings in the past should remain green regardless if future readings become higher.

This logic means that the color of the readings is always determined by the current situation. The logic is applied in the log-page and only the readings without meds are accounted. In the report-page, each reading appears in the color zone in relation to all time best (or best PEF if provided manually).

As a summary, log-page presents colors in relation to previous best. The chart in the report-page presents color zones in relation to all time best.

Systolic got small usability improvements

Systolic blood pressure tracker new version has small usability improvements. It’s now easier to use the landscape mode and add meds and occasions as comments just by selecting them from the list. That is easier and faster than typing it. Systolic 2.4.2 is available for both iOS and Android and it is powered by Google’s sleek Flutter toolkit.

PEFLog got small usability improvements

PEFLog asthma tracker new version brings small usability improvements. It becomes easier to use the landscape mode and add meds as comments just by selecting them from the list. That is easier and faster than typing it. PEFLog 2.4.2 is available for both iOS and Android and it is powered by Google’s sleek Flutter toolkit.

PEFLog and Systolic have new report layouts

Both PEFLog asthma tracker and Systolic blood pressure monitor have improved reports in the latest update. PEFLog 2.4.0 and Systolic 2.4.0 are available for both iOS and Android and in addition to better reports, they also contain performance improvements. It is easy to send the report out to e.g. doctor straight from the app via email. Both applications are powered by Google’s powerful Flutter toolkit.

Systolic blood pressure report is easy to send out straight from the app to e.g. doctor via email

PEFLog and Systolic updates have improved charts

Both PEFLog asthma tracker and Systolic bp monitor have new features and they are available for both iOS and Android. PEFLog 2.3.6 and Systolic 2.3.4 have nice looking charts, smooth scrolling and panning. Plus there are more time range options available when you click the Report button. The layout of the chart has been improved too and the apps are easier to use than ever. They are both powered by Google’s powerful Flutter toolkit.

A tip, how to transfer data to another device?

Here is a handy tip for PEFLog and Systolic users to transfer data to another device.

All data that you save is stored into your device only. You might need to transfer your data to another device in case you are switching to a new one or just in case if you happen to lose your device. In order to have the data available for another device, then Backup and Restore function does the trick for you. Check the details from the user instructions.