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Aspyre Apps updates iPhone mental health tool

July 13, 2011
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Sydney, Australia — Aspyre Apps has announced that its popular mental health app, MyMoodTracker, has recently undergone a significant facelift. MyMoodTracker is an iPhone and iPod touch logbook for consumers who want a clear picture of their mental health.

Since its release in early 2010, MyMoodTracker has evolved from a simple mood logging application to an exhaustive set of tools for keeping track of an individual's mental state.

"There are many things that can affect how you are feeling, so being able to track and visualize all of this information can be quite important" said Ben Williams, founder of Aspyre Apps. "Users have been very vocal about what features they'd like to see in MyMoodTracker, which has really helped it evolve into a powerful tool for improving mental health."

The latest update brings a completely new interface, improvements to user workflow, and significant performance gains. The application also features a tracking system for mood swings, medication, sleep, exercise and stress, a range of charts, and a secure backup system.

"Users seem to really love how quickly they can enter information, as some of them might make an entry more than thirty times a day" said Williams. "It doesn't happen often, but it's a great feeling when someone contacts us simply to say how big an impact this app has had on their life."

Device requirements:

  • Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch
  • Requires iOS 3.0 or later
  • 7.7 MB

MyMoodTracker 3.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category. Aspyre Apps, an independent iOS studio based out of Sydney, Australia, was formed in early 2009 by Ben Williams for the purposes of creating useful, original and fun applications.

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