My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker Now Available on Android

The former #1 medical app for iOS is headed to Android. My Pain Diary by DamoLab LLC, which spent six consecutive weeks as the top medical app for iOS in the US, Canada and the UK, is now available in the Google Play Store.

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My Pain Diary is versatile enough to suit most disease states, and intuitive enough that patients will continue to use it.

My Pain Diary is versatile enough to suit most disease states, and intuitive enough that patients will continue to use it.

Now that My Pain Diary is on both Android and iOS, many more people will have access to this useful form of pain tracking.

Columbus, OH (PRWEB) February 20, 2014

DamoLab LLC is excited to announce that My Pain Diary is now available on Android.

My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain & Symptom Tracker is a highly rated and award winning app that was developed for iOS in 2009 and became available for Android (4.2+) on Feb 20, 2014.

With My Pain Diary, chronic pain patients can track, analyze, and report on multiple health conditions in a way that isn’t possible with a pen and paper. My Pain Diary can be customized to track the factors that contribute to just about any chronic health condition from migraines to fibromyalgia to CRPS.

"Now that My Pain Diary is on both Android and iOS, many more people will have access to this useful form of pain tracking," says the developer.

About DamoLab LLC

DamoLab LLC represents more than a decade in digital production experience and 5+ years with chronic pain. When tracking his RSD / CRPS for his doctors, Damon Lynn created My Pain Diary (MPD) to make tracking easier. MPD has since grown to the premier pain tracking mobile app spending six consecutive weeks as the #1 medical app for iOS.