Chronic Pain Tracker v3.5.5 Our latest version of Chronic Pain Tracker, v3.5.5, is now available from the App Store. If you have automatic App Store updates enabled, you are probably already running the new version; otherwise, download it from the App Store today. To check which version you are running, open CPT and tap on […]
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CPT 3.5.4 became available on the App Store a couple days ago. If you haven’t already downloaded the update, we encourage you to do so. In addition to the normal bug fixes, we’ve added some new reporting options that you should be aware of. Here’s the low down on the new features… New Calendar Report […]
Welcome to our new website for users of Chronic Pain Tracker. We decided to give the previous site a major face lift to improve the look & feel of the site AND to give us the opportunity to offer new and existing CPT users more information about Chronic Pain Tracker. For now most of the […]
Apple’s iOS 7 is here… Well, unless you’ve been living on a deserted island, you know that Apple’s new iOS 7 is here. In fact, judging from Apple’s statistics, you’ve probably already installed iOS 7 on your device, and you’ve gotten to see how different a User Interface experience it is compared to earlier versions. […]
Many thanks to those of you that have reached out to us since the release of v3.4 earlier this week. The new Trackers have gotten some really good feedback. We’re excited to see what our users are able to do with these new features. And we’re already thinking about the next batch of feature improvements. […]
Simplifying with Tracker Collections If you haven’t tried defining and using a Tracker Collection, you’re missing out on what may be a great time saver for your Diary Entry process. The following items will give some examples of how to use Tracker Collections. Normally when creating a new Diary Entry, you select the Tracker items […]