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AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm

AllergyMe is the first medical identification app in the world that is specifically designed for allergy sufferers

AllergyMe is the first medical identification app in the world that is specifically designed for allergy sufferers

AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm

by Adam Foot
AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm
AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm
AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm
Apple Watch
AllergyMe Apple Watch App
AllergyMe Offers Apple Watch App
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What is it about?

AllergyMe is the first medical identification app in the world that is specifically designed for allergy sufferers.

AllergyMe: Allergy Medical ID & Emergency Alarm

App Details

Version
3.9
Rating
NA
Size
21Mb
Genre
Medical Lifestyle
Last updated
October 4, 2016
Release date
January 15, 2016
More info

App Store Description

AllergyMe is the first medical identification app in the world that is specifically designed for allergy sufferers.

*As seen on BBC News & Anaphylaxis Campaign*

Developed for allergy sufferers, by a teen allergy sufferer.

Within this app there is a customisable emergency alarm which alerts nearby people to your location and displays an emergency message telling them that you are having an allergic reaction, as well as other details, so that they are able to help you. This alarm can be started from your Apple Watch, even when the phone is locked!

Also, you can enter personal data, your allergies, severe and mild reaction signs and actions, emergency contacts and any other medical conditions you may have to be shown on the main menu of the app.

With this information, you can choose to create a lock screen wallpaper and have all the data available in the AllergyMe Apple Watch app. All of this can be accessed even if your phone is locked, meaning if you were to have an allergic reaction, those who need to see it can possibly save your life.