CommCare ODK v2

CommCare ODK v2


CommCare (www.commcarehq.org) is an easily customizable, open source mobile platform that supports frontline workers (FLWs) across 100+ projects in 30 countries. FLWs use CommCare to track and support their clients with registration forms, checklists, SMS reminders, and multimedia. Mounting evidence indicates that this leads to improved frontline worker performance, better reporting, and better client practices and education. CommCare is the only platform for FLWs that is open source, supports longitudinal client tracking, is specialized for low-literate users, runs on Java and Android phones, runs offline, integrates SMS for performance improvement, and has an application builder designed for non-programmers. CommCare is also used to build rapid diagnostic tools and medical reference libraries, allowing users to flag critical cases to appropriate parties. As one of the most widely used and evidence-based mobile platforms, CommCare is a leading mobile solution for FLWs. CommCare is currently being used in 130 active projects in 30+ countries.


Features include:

Counseling messages
Supports multiple languages
Data collection
Interactive multimedia
Branching logic
GPS Integration
Runs on Android and Java feature phones
Offline usage and storage
Web-based reporting
SMS-enabled

Recent changes:
2.14.2 Addressed bug in display of multi-select questions.

2.14.1 Addressed bugs in GPS capture and multimedia installation.

2.14.0
* Optional "keep trying" workflow for install and update
* Automatic GPS capture in forms
* Improved error messaging view on install and update

2.13.1 Addressed a bug causing crashes with the quick-select question type
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Free
94
4.7
User ratings
42
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
4
File size
8312 kb
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About CommCare ODK v2
CommCare (www.commcarehq.org) is an easily customizable, open source mobile platform that supports frontline workers (FLWs) across 100+ projects in 30 countries. FLWs use CommCare to track and support their clients with registration forms, checklists, SMS reminders, and multimedia. Mounting evidence indicates that this leads to improved frontline worker performance, better reporting, and better client practices and education. CommCare is the only platform for FLWs that is open source, supports longitudinal client tracking, is specialized for low-literate users, runs on Java and Android phones, runs offline, integrates SMS for performance improvement, and has an application builder designed for non-programmers. CommCare is also used to build rapid diagnostic tools and medical reference libraries, allowing users to flag critical cases to appropriate parties. As one of the most widely used and evidence-based mobile platforms, CommCare is a leading mobile solution for FLWs. CommCare is currently being used in 130 active projects in 30+ countries.


Features include:

Counseling messages
Supports multiple languages
Data collection
Interactive multimedia
Branching logic
GPS Integration
Runs on Android and Java feature phones
Offline usage and storage
Web-based reporting
SMS-enabled

Recent changes:
2.14.2 Addressed bug in display of multi-select questions.

2.14.1 Addressed bugs in GPS capture and multimedia installation.

2.14.0
* Optional "keep trying" workflow for install and update
* Automatic GPS capture in forms
* Improved error messaging view on install and update

2.13.1 Addressed a bug causing crashes with the quick-select question type

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A Google User
Aug 7, 2014
Who knew making an app was this easy? This tool will be very useful in developing apps for my use as well as for my company.
A Google User
Jun 12, 2014
Excellent all for development sector
A Google User
Jun 4, 2014
security Director With this app we fill we are in big family in the medical field.
A Google User
Apr 18, 2014
Love this app! Amazing how simple CommCare is and what an impact it is having on the world!
A Google User
Feb 24, 2014
The best app ever.