ME / CFS Diary

ME / CFS Diary


This is the original version of the ME/CFS Diary Smart Phone App. This version will not be supported after 1st March 2014.

The lastest version can be found on Google Play under ME/CFS Diary Pro. This version is new and improved and is available with a 20% discount until March 1st 2014!!!!

ME Diary provides a versatile tool for those affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to help you manage your activity, exhaustion and symptoms.

The app allows you to:
• Calculate a working Activity Baseline to give an individual guide for reducing boom and bust patterns
• Monitor exhaustion and any number of ME/CFS related symptoms the individual would like to include
• Input a daily record of energy domains to promote Activity Switching
• Generate a measurable report in the form of an email, that can be reviewed and acted upon by health and medical professionals
• Add a daily comment to add qualitative aspects including thoughts and feelings to your reports
• Set reminders to complete the diary
• Set a password to protect your security

Support ME Research with the ME Diary. An annual 10% of the profit from sales of the ME Diary will be donated to Biomedical Research for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). ME is a poorly understood and poorly researched condition requiring complex solutions. The ME Dairy Team support well established organisations to help fund research into the scientific cause, bio markers and biological treatments for those suffering from this chronic condition. The results from the ME Diary will also help researchers further understand the condition and the impact it has on sufferers.

The ME Diary Team believes ME to be an organic disease of unknown origin. For this reason lifestyle changes and modifying behaviour may not help all those affected by this progressive illness. It is an exciting time for science and technology. As scientific progress steps forward at alarming rates, so does the benefit to Biomedical Science.

With adequate and focused investment in research, it may not be long before suitable treatments for ME are tested and approved. The ME Diary Team would like to be part of this positive movement and will continue to support Biomedical Research into ME.

In union with supporting Biomedical Research the ME Diary Team will endeavour to work with each and every user of the ME Diary to further develop the software application’s usefulness and research and treatment potential.

Recent changes:
Recent enhancements include:
- Enhanced archiving and storage of data
- Enhancements for low resolution phones
- Added activity data to email contents
- Enhanced baselining algorithm
- Added facility in settings page to allow user to change baseline
- Instructions improved
- PENE added as a standard symptom
- Ability to store user added symptoms and carry them into the diary when creating a new one
- Ability to dismiss disclaimer, so it shows once only
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About ME / CFS Diary
This is the original version of the ME/CFS Diary Smart Phone App. This version will not be supported after 1st March 2014.

The lastest version can be found on Google Play under ME/CFS Diary Pro. This version is new and improved and is available with a 20% discount until March 1st 2014!!!!

ME Diary provides a versatile tool for those affected by Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) / Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) to help you manage your activity, exhaustion and symptoms.

The app allows you to:
• Calculate a working Activity Baseline to give an individual guide for reducing boom and bust patterns
• Monitor exhaustion and any number of ME/CFS related symptoms the individual would like to include
• Input a daily record of energy domains to promote Activity Switching
• Generate a measurable report in the form of an email, that can be reviewed and acted upon by health and medical professionals
• Add a daily comment to add qualitative aspects including thoughts and feelings to your reports
• Set reminders to complete the diary
• Set a password to protect your security

Support ME Research with the ME Diary. An annual 10% of the profit from sales of the ME Diary will be donated to Biomedical Research for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME). ME is a poorly understood and poorly researched condition requiring complex solutions. The ME Dairy Team support well established organisations to help fund research into the scientific cause, bio markers and biological treatments for those suffering from this chronic condition. The results from the ME Diary will also help researchers further understand the condition and the impact it has on sufferers.

The ME Diary Team believes ME to be an organic disease of unknown origin. For this reason lifestyle changes and modifying behaviour may not help all those affected by this progressive illness. It is an exciting time for science and technology. As scientific progress steps forward at alarming rates, so does the benefit to Biomedical Science.

With adequate and focused investment in research, it may not be long before suitable treatments for ME are tested and approved. The ME Diary Team would like to be part of this positive movement and will continue to support Biomedical Research into ME.

In union with supporting Biomedical Research the ME Diary Team will endeavour to work with each and every user of the ME Diary to further develop the software application’s usefulness and research and treatment potential.

Recent changes:
Recent enhancements include:
- Enhanced archiving and storage of data
- Enhancements for low resolution phones
- Added activity data to email contents
- Enhanced baselining algorithm
- Added facility in settings page to allow user to change baseline
- Instructions improved
- PENE added as a standard symptom
- Ability to store user added symptoms and carry them into the diary when creating a new one
- Ability to dismiss disclaimer, so it shows once only

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A Google User
Feb 7, 2014
A very good app but no longer has back up from developer Having recently been diagnosed as suffering from CFS/ME I find this app extremely good at recording my daily activity. The only tweaking I feel it needs is the ability to be able to add the personalised symptoms after you have started your diary and not before, as things can change or be forgotten. The other problem I have found is that I can't readjust the energy domains sliders once set and saved but this maybe due to my phone HTC. New replacement app is absolutely rubbish
A Google User
Nov 30, 2013
Ok Please uninstall paid by mistake. Thank you x thank you for message. I'm so studied I really don't know Google number. I made mistake now I do not know what to do xx
A Google User
Sep 10, 2013
A very good app but needs some minor tweaking Having recently been diagnosed as suffering from CFS/ME I find this app extremely good at recording my daily activity. The only tweaking I feel it needs is the ability to be able to add the personalised symptoms after you have started your diary and not before, as things can change or be forgotten. The other problem I have found is that I can't readjust the energy domains sliders once set and saved but this maybe due to my phone HTC Evo3D
A Google User
Jul 18, 2013
Nice app, very useful. Not to keen on the layout and feel or main bar chart, I also think it would be better in smaller segments, as I struggle to do 30 minutes of high activity. Aside from them, I love it. It has been very helpful and I'm glad I own it! Thank you, but please do change them if you can
A Google User
Jul 2, 2013
ME Diary Samsung Galaxy Ace I found this app initially via twitter and after only a week of using it I'm glad I did. Monitoring/pacing is paramount with M.E. I've used paper ones previously. This is a far better method for both patient and doctor. I was a qualified nurse before my illness so know the importance of monitoring any condition. This enables you to concisely do the same then share it with relevant health professionals. Technical support is just an email away, is quick, efficient and well worth the fee.