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What is WellApps?
Imagine your personal physician was with you 24 hours a day for a month to witness the symptoms of your chronic illness. He/she would be able to keep you feeling well.

WellApps creates this effect virtually, using mobile and online symptom tracking applications. Patients can log their symptoms using our simple apps (WellApps) and participating physicians can see their patients’ data in real-time.

Furthermore, de-identified data can be collected anonymously and shared with researchers to make progress in the treatment of chronic illnesses.

Current WellApps Products:

GI Monitor
Inflammatory Bowel Disease – Crohn’s and Ulcerative Colitis.

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From our users:

Let us know what you think

Danielle, from We Are Crohn's - I just got it! This is AWESOME. I have been keeping my CDAI in an excel spreadsheet. No more excel for me!

Kello82 from crohnsforum.com - i love that gi monitor.
very cool, it would come in so handy when you are filling out the mandatory paperwork at the start of every dr appt...symptoms worse, better, pain scale, med changes, etc. I can never remember that stuff

Kyle, from We Are Crohn's - This app is a life saver. I have a crazy life and my can never find time to write down this stuff for my next gi appointment.


UPDATE: Android is now scheduled for release in Q3, 2010.


Any newer estimates on when

Any newer estimates on when we can expect an android app?

Droid is due out in August

Android will be released in August.


Hi Emily. Thanks for the inquiry. While we don't have Droid scheduled right now, we will be releasing a mobile web-based app. which should work well for Droid.


Fix needed

Hi @ GI. Tried to add second custom symptom but found chart only added first. Deleted to replace with a new one . All worked but chart continues to display first and not second. I deleted the data relating to the first custom symptom in the hope it would allow rha chart to display the second. Not happening. Help. Thanks for a great product. Sent from iPhone.

iPhone Chart & Custom Symptoms

Thanks for the feedback and glad you like the app. You are correct. The chart on the iPhone will only display one custom symptom. This is a design issue that we are addressing for our next release. You can, however, view all of your custom symptoms on the online chart when you log onto our site.


GI Monitor can be used for IBS

Realizing that IBD is much more severe than IBS, I'd like to make a comment that GI monitor can be used for IBS as well. Besides GI monitor, I've found an online support group called IBSgroup.org full of people that might benefit from the app.

There are many people who suffer from IBS (a reported 20% of the population), and unfortunately like IBD, there seem to be few places to find answers.

GI monitor is a very nice tool. Glad that you developed it.

Software bug

I love this app! It's a great help to see what is exactly that upsets my crohn's. I've only run into problems when entering details of a past meal. If not done in a specific order, it won't save the information I typed. It has to be typed the time of the meal, what the meal is then the ease of digestion for the info to keep. Any deviation will cause the meal details to be lost.

meal logging bug

John - thanks so much for the feedback. Our dev team will look at this immediately and issue a fix if the problem is confirmed.



Love this app! I have two suggestions...

1. It would be great if in the Settings the normal quantity # of bowel movements could be set per week instead of (or in addition of) per day. My normal # is 3-4 per week (which is less than 1 per day but more than 0), therefore my status report is not so accurate, specially when I have a flare up and my # changes to 1-2 times a day.

2. It would also be great if the pain could also be logged specifically by area/region in addition to the level of intensity currently available. For example, I sometimes have nausea and abdominal cramps, sometimes I just have the cramps and sometimes I just have lower pelvic pain associated to just the rectum which is a pain very different from a higher gut cramping pain.

Thanks so much! Keep up the good work!