Apple App Promises Easier and Accurate Well-Being Monitoring

  • January 5, 2015
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Easier and More Accurate Well-Being Monitoring Via App

Here is another great app I thought my readers at would be interested in. Mood Score is a new app for Apple iPhone and available in the App Store that promises to make mood self-reporting easier and more accurate. Mood Score prompts users to enter data on several areas of personal wellness, increasing compliance and accuracy compared to traditional self-reporting methods.

Traditionally, the hardest part of keeping track of a person’s daily wellness has been the “self-reporting” aspect. Record keeping is slow and clumsy and as a result many people don’t keep accurate records. Frequently therapists, doctors, coaches and trainers will ask their clients to keep a daily journal that includes mood reporting, but compliance suffers because journal entries are hard to do.

That’s where Mood Score comes in. The iPhone app prompts users to enter appropriate information across four measures of wellness, including physical, mental, spiritual and interpersonal relations. The data is then aggregated and tracked over time, so the app can analyze trends and alert users to significant changes.

“This app is going to improve personal well-being monitoring,” said app author Adam Bourque. “We’re going way beyond a lifestyle app to have fun with or something that just tracks how far you jog each day. We’re keeping track of the physical, spiritual, mental and interpersonal aspects of your daily life and accurately reporting the highs and lows.” Early adopters agree. “This is a very useful app,” according to an App Store review. “It shows trends of how my mood was throughout the last 30 days. It really helps with discussions during counseling.”

About Mood Score, LLC

Download the app here:

Mood Score, LLC was formed by Adam Bourque to provide products to improve the technology surrounding personal wellness monitoring. Their first product, Mood Score, was launched in November, 2014.

Check Mood Score out I really thing these types of apps make a difference in peoples lives.

Mood Score App

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