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    Cycle Planner App

    There are medication tracking apps out there, but I am thinking about doing one specifically for bodybuilders.

    Anyone currently using an app that falls short? If so, what needs to be added to make it work better for us? For example, I have thought about being able to look at a weekly/monthly chart that would show daily hormone levels based on mg and half-life of all compounds taken. This would be interesting, and actually useful when showing ramp up at the beginning and tapering at the end.

    An important question: would anyone NOT us an app because they don't want a record of use? There would be password protection, of course. And maybe there is an ERASE ALL button that you can hit when a cycle is done?

    Are there other things that natually tie in? I thought about a workout planner and diet planner, but those are big enough projects that they would need to be tackled separately...or at least added later.

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    Not an app but my Blackberry has "sheet to go" where I can view Excel / Quattro Pro documents so hypothetically you could make a planner then put it on your BB to view but I have no clue if you could edit it.

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    Makes sense. I know a couple of guys that lay their's out in Excel.

    The lack of interest leads me to believe this is an idea without a market. I am using a medication reminder app now and it is great...I was just thinking it would be great to have a version that tracked remaining ML in vials, and blood levels and time before PCT and other BB specific things. I thought I would at least get a few "dude, I would never put that stuff in my phone where my GF can find it" comments.

    Input is still appreciated if many of you missed this thread over the weekend.

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    It sounds good in theory but the amount of programming that would take would probably not be worth it. Not to mention there may be some legality issues here in the states.

    I rarely use any type of tracker apps for anything but I would check it out if it was available. Nobody but me uses my phone so I wouldn't worry about anyone finding it.

    You would probably have to release it to cydia for anyone on the iPhone to get it. Apple would not likely approve an app based around steroids .

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    Quote Originally Posted by stack_it View Post
    It sounds good in theory but the amount of programming that would take would probably not be worth it. Not to mention there may be some legality issues here in the states.

    I rarely use any type of tracker apps for anything but I would check it out if it was available. Nobody but me uses my phone so I wouldn't worry about anyone finding it.

    You would probably have to release it to cydia for anyone on the iPhone to get it. Apple would not likely approve an app based around steroids.
    Totally thought of that. It would be designed in a way that it would work like other med reminder software and never be steroid specific in design or documentation. It is something I would like, but I know not to ever just start working on something without getting feedback from the market. The original thought was to do it online, but it seemed more powerful to have reminders pop up on a phone. Still trying to figure out where the real value is.

    I didn't see a need for it until I was taking two esters of Test (one EOD, one twice a week), plus HCG twice a week. If I was front loading with orals, plus stopping something like Tren before stopping Test at the end of a cycle, as well as taking a AI there is no way I could trust myself to keep track in my head, and I don't like putting it in my normal calendar mixed in with all my business meetings and such.
    Last edited by JohnnyVegas; 05-16-2011 at 12:33 PM.

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    Maybe you should start it out online and see how the feedback is and then transition it into a mobile app.

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    Would love to see a good app for cycle planners.

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    Something like this?
    http://www.i-inject.com/

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    check out roid calculator if you don't already know about it bro

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