Qcard | Outsmart Forgetfulness

Qcard | Outsmart Forgetfulness

By Qcard Inc.

  • Category: Medical
  • Release Date: 2012-08-04
  • Current Version: 2.4.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.59 MB
  • Developer: Qcard Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 32 Ratings

Description

Outsmart forgetfulness, grab hold of your life and start achieving success every day. Let Qcard guide you to completion, reminding you along the way and never letting you forget. Connect with your loved ones to delegate and manage life together - now that feels good :) ** Qcard is an officially recognized product of the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT) ** ---------- The Story Behind Qcard ---------- Sergio Di Giovanni, Qcard founder and TBI survivor, was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident that changed his life forever. His struggles and frustrations with current coping aids lead him to develop Qcard as a tool for himself. Install Qcard now and watch Serg's 12 minute video as he explains why he created Qcard and how it works. ---------- What People Are Saying ---------- "This is what us with brain damage, memory and concentration problems have been needing so much. The Apple calendar & reminder is useless for us. To think of that and make something so easy to use and user friendly and simple clear distiguishable colours is genius! Honestly it's the one app I couldn't ever be without now. Seriously. I haven't got a clue how I managed the last 5 years since my accident. Well I do, I'd forget everything! I can't speak highly enough not only what you have created but the huge life changing impact something so simple has made. Thank you! thank you! thank you!" Warren J., Living with a Brain Injury "Thank You Qcard Makers! I could cry every time I think... what if I didn't have this incredible tool to help me everyday. I call it my other better brain." Aneurism Mama, App Store Review "I recently was diagnosed with Adult ADHD. I was looking for assistance in staying focused and/or on task. Your app has been a breath of fresh air. I tried 5 different ones and your app is best suited for me. I really appreciate you guys for creating it." Allison T., Living with ADHD "A great app not only for those who are aging, have TBI or dementia, but for those of us who have run out of places to put sticky notes!" - Jean Gunn, Speech Language Pathologist "I love Qcard because I don't forget my pills anymore and it notifies my wife so she doesn't worry. Thank you for creating this app to help me to feel normal again." Daniel Smith, Living with Brain Injury "Great for all the ADD type folks. I personally am all about the visuals- this would be great to use for myself too!! - Amy T., Speech Pathology - SLPA, "I have Alzheimer's so my therapist introduced me to Qcard. I tried a few others but nothing came close to Qcard's clarity and precision!!!." - Ezekiel Chinapen "tried out your app because sometimes my ADHD gets in the way of work, it worked awesome for me, I'm 10x more productive. :)" - Adam M., Living with ADHD "I love this app! My husband has a TBI and is aggravated by pill times - he says he just took them, but never quite sure... so he now uses Qcard to take his meds and the wonderful news is now when he hears the sound, he knows he has to take his meds without any doubt. Thank you love the app!!" Amy C., Loving Wife ---------- GET Qcard Now ---------- So what are you waiting for? Give it a try, You have nothing to loose but to get a few things done over the next 14 days. Then, if you decide you can’t live without it, purchase it for only $14.99 and own it for life :) Absolutely no signup, payment or personal information required to try it for free. ---------- Created for people living with ---------- Brain Injuries (TBI, ABI), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Executive Function Disorder (EFD), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), Alzheimer's, Dementia, the elder or anyone who battles forgetfulness.

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Reviews

  • Would like to use with Apple Watch

    4
    By C. Rose Marie
    UPDATE TO POST: It has been a year since I reviewed this & you said you were planning on adding an Apple Watch app as soon as you can. Is this happening anytime soon? Thanks! Hi there! I have only been using this for one day & I already love it! The downside to it, and only reason I did not give 5 stars; is that it is not compatible with Apple Watch. I am using this app to help with my executive functioning problems, so I'm using a lot of the guided reminders, but I am not supposed to have my phone out at work. It would be great if it were compatible with Apple Watch so I could also use it to keep myself on task at work!
  • Qcard “free trail”

    2
    By riderScott23
    I signed up for the free 14 day trail. Big mistake. Now I’m getting messages every 5 seconds on my phone to remind me of how many days left I have! It’s very annoying as hell! Also one friend swears by this app. But for a couple of us with brain injuries this is very confusing and the “timers” not turning off until you turn them off is just not good for at least some of us....
  • Clunky to start, love it now

    4
    By Rose/Miros
    I like the repeating alerts, forces me to stop playing a game and do a task. Things I think would help me: 1) Ability to duplicate a card, complete or not. 2) Ability to look at the list on completed cards. 3) A start date of any time today, this week, this month. Question: how do you reuse guided tasks? I do laundry when I run out of clean clothes, not on any particular day or date, so scheduling isn't an option. 3) might help with this.
  • Excellent Tool for All People With Memory Issues

    5
    By KLKCKHK
    I tried Qcard to determine whether or not it would be a good tool for my 19 year old daughter who sustained TBI a year and a half ago and I found it to be an excellent program. It is easy to use, easy to understand, comprehensive, and the layout is uncomplicated. I found it to be something that I need, as well! Not only am I growing older, but my memory is also waning do to the stress of having my own life turned upside down the night of my daughter’s crash. I can see that it would be terrific for my dad who has dementia, as well (except he doesn’t carry a cell phone). Thank you, Qcard.
  • Great Results

    5
    By GuitarGuy1955
    As soon as I filled out cards instead of making a to-do list I could see how busy my day was. This visual kept me on pace, and kept reminding me to keep up. I haven’t forgotten anything in a week! Thank you. This is exactly what I needed!
  • Comment

    2
    By nicknjck
    Too complicated....
  • Like it and don’t like it

    3
    By Evhukst
    I like it and don’t like it. If you have your phone right next to you all the time then it works for you but in the other hand the reminder Continuously goes on until you change it for a different hour. At times it’s a irritating it’s just not for me. I’m trying to opt out of this trial but I can’t find out how to opt out, so I hope I don’t get charged when my free trial comes to expire. I’m going to delete this from my app. Thank you Rita Gonzalez
  • Life changer

    5
    By MyaS5
    This app is perfectly designed for memory/executive function problems, at least as I experience them (I have dissociative memory lapses as a result of complex PTSD). What I am truly amazed by, is how it has freed me from a constant background anxiety that I am forgetting something, that I didn't even realize I had. My stress level has come down quite a bit as a result. Thank you Serg.
  • WARNING: DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS DANGEROUS APP!

    1
    By johnakelley
    I'm being charged monthly for this thing I installed for less than 24 hours months ago. It apparently can't import from other apps, so I'm not interested. So they charge me $2 every month for just looking. What jerks!
  • Tried it - doesn't work

    1
    By Mkknc
    I will reconsider my review if I could actually use the app. It is stuck on a loop on the main page. I have tried to reinstall it three times.

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