eRunners v. 1.9 published to the Google Play Store.  Upgraded to Android Maps v.2.  Added ability to trailmark runs.  Enables scanning of speed at different parts of the run as the interval between the markers is proportional to the speed.

News

eRunners Body upgrade attempted but the Key wouldn’t work.  Had to change the name to eRunners and sign it with a new key.  Map doesn’t work yet as the map API has to be updated.

New generation of eBody apps

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We are very excited to announce PhysioDiabetes, a second generation diabetes tracking app with greatly upgraded capabilities in Backup and Charting.

Backend database that will integrate all data from eBody apps into a holistic model of the entire body is being planned.

The next step for Physiosensing

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We’re looking to take the next step as a company.

The most immediate priority is to add to the usefulness of the apps by

1.  adding the capacity to email or SMS stored data from within the apps

2.  a backend database where users can, if they choose to, backup the data

3.  adding wireless interface capability  that would work with commercial devices

We look forward to fulfilling these goals within the year.

Thank you for your patience.

Database work begun

We have recruited another programmer to work on creating a database to host users’ data.

Sun, January 9, 2011 | link

eCholesterol Pro Updated

Changes similar to the Trial version.

Sun, July 18, 2010 | link

eCholesterol Pro Trial Version 4.0 published

We introduced significant changes in this version.

Scrolling data page was separated from data entry page for a more intuitive experience.  This change also makes monitoring medication, dose and exercise level easier on the initial scrolling data display.

GPS monitoring of exercise was deleted as it took away from the main point of the app, i.e. monitoring lipid levels and making predictions based on them.

 

Mon, July 12, 2010 | link

eHypertension Pro Free Fully Functional Now

eHypertension Pro Free was made fully functional including all of the charting and risk prediction features as promised.  Revenue from ads will be used to offset sales lost.

GPS tracking of exercise was added to the apps.  Charts were kept as line graphs as BP and HR are usually presented this way (appropriately so).  Also because the distorted charts (due to the absence of BP and HR data when GPS exercise data is updated to the database) can be fixed by entering same-day BP data.

Hopefully, by seeing the immediate effects of exercise on BP, the beneficial effects can be made more convincing.

Tue, February 2, 2010 | link

Automatic GPS tracking of exercise added to eCholesterol apps

Utilitzing the GPS tracking capability of the android phones, GPS tracking module was added to the eCholesterol Pro and eCholesterol Pro Trial apps.  During exercise it shows location and movement and tracks in realtime, time, distance, altitude, pace, speed, and grade.  Afterwards, it updates the database with the duration of exercise.  Charts were modified to bar graphs to accomodate this change.

The aim of this change is to show as clearly as possible the effect of exercise load on the lipids values, of both the frequency and duration of workouts.

With the current display, zeros are displayed for lipid values for the exercise entries.  We plan to separate the database display and data entry on future updates.

This module will be added to the other apps of the eBody suite, eDiabetes and eHypertension, in the near future.

Tue, January 26, 2010 | link

Oral Medications Added to eDiabetes apps

Per user request, oral medications for diabetes including sulfonylureas, biguanides, thiazolidinediones, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors, and dipeptidyl peptidase inhibitors, were added as possible medications

Tue, January 12, 2010 | link

eDiabetes and eCholesterol Pro Trial Versions

modified to include Admob.

Sat, December 26, 2009 | link

eHypertension Pro Free modified

to include AdMob.  This app will be supported in the future by ads and in return, some premium features will be enabled.

 

 

Wed, December 16, 2009 | link

eDiabetes for iPhone released to the App Store

Tue, December 15, 2009 | link

eRunners Body and eRunnersBody Trial Version released

Fri, November 27, 2009 | link

New generation of eBody apps

We are very excited to announce PhysioDiabetes, a second generation diabetes tracking app with greatly upgraded capabilities in Backup and Charting.

Backend database that will integrate all data from eBody apps into a holistic model of the entire body is being planned.

The next step for Physiosensing

We’re looking to take the next step as a company.

The most immediate priority is to add to the usefulness of the apps by

1.  adding the capacity to email or SMS stored data from within the apps

2.  a backend database where users can, if they choose to, backup the data

3.  adding wireless interface capability  that would work with commercial devices

We look forward to fulfilling these goals within the year.

Thank you for your patience.