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AiC Mobile

AiC Mobile
developed by Lorenzo Pino, Italy


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Italian

Cost: Free

List of gluten-free products for people with gluten intolerance.

“The main feature of our app is the ability to consult the database of gluten-free foods—which can be done either in an analytical way (looking for products by category, manufacturers, or brands), or by using keywords that will be searched on the full product descriptions. Searches are made without access to a network because the database is fully established in the memory of the smart phone. This way of consulting the database is novel, and gives immediate results.” Associazione Italiana Celiachia (AIC) [Italian Coeliac Association] Onlus, Italy | http://bit.ly/MWywrO


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Coeliac UK – Gluten-free on the move

Coeliac UK – Gluten-free on the move
developed by Coeliac UK and Brandbank


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackersInformation

Bokmål / Catalan / Chinese / Czech / Danish / Dutch / English / Finnish / French / German / Greek / Hebrew / Hungarian / Italian / Japanese / Korean / Norwegian / Polish / Portuguese / Romanian / Russian / Slovak / Spanish / Swedish / Turkish

Cost: Free to members of Coeliac UK. Becoming a Member of Coeliac UK costs £20 per year.
The app will help you manage every element of your gluten-free diet, whether it's shopping for food or finding somewhere to eat out.
“The app will help you manage every element of your gluten-free diet, whether it's shopping for food or finding somewhere to eat out.” Coeliac UK | PatientView Survey November 2015


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Find Me Gluten Free

Find Me Gluten Free
developed by Gluten Free Classes, LLC (Jason Elmore)


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

English

Cost: Free
Lists gluten-free restaurants, fast-food stores, chain stores, pizzerias, bakeries, etc.
“ ‘Find Me Gluten Free’ helps me find restaurants with gluten-free menus (but is not always accurate).” Person living with coeliac disease, USA | PatientView survey, August 2014


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Gi BodyGuard from the CDHF

Gi BodyGuard from the CDHF
developed by Jeff Sheckter; and Pivot Design Group


RemindersSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesSelf-monitoringTrackers

English

Cost: Free
Allows people with a digestive disorder to record and track factors relevant to their intestinal health.
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Allows people with a digestive disorder to record and track factors relevant to their intestinal health.
“Patients who provide their physicians with accurate information about their health status, get better care. It’s that simple. However, when you are asked to report symptoms, medications and bowel patterns, you are likely relying on your memory. In some cases, this means trying to recall very specific details about your health that could be weeks (or even months) old. That’s tough to do accurately. It doesn’t have to be that difficult. The Canadian Digestive Health Foundation (CDHF) has developed a sleek and powerful smartphone app to help you track and share that critical information. We’re proud to introduce you to ‘Gi BodyGuard’. With a few quick clicks, this free app for iPhone and Android empowers you to quickly, privately, and intelligently create extensive, up-to-the-minute summaries to share with healthcare teams at your next appointment. … With the added functionality of reminders for drinking water, taking medications and renewing prescriptions, you are ready to communicate effectively with your physician, to regain and maintain your good health.” Canadian Digestive Health Foundation (CDHF), Canada | http://bit.ly/1on7S9O


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

GlutenVrij  [GlutenFree]

GlutenVrij [GlutenFree]
developed by Joost van Doorn, Netherlands


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

Dutch

Cost: Free

Allows the user to search for gluten-free food products in the Netherlands.

“Livaad is a database on the Internet, on which a lot of products are indicated as gluten free, wheat free, and/or lactose free. The data from Livaad can be searched by the app by product name, or by using the camera of your phone that serves as a barcode scanner. A handy tool to help you find gluten-free products. But it is always important to read the label itself. Livaad works with people, and there may be mistakes made.” Nederlandse Coeliakie Vereniging (NCV) [Dutch Coeliac Disease Association], Netherlands | http://bit.ly/NKQY3z


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

mobiCeliac [XL]

mobiCeliac [XL]
developed by Equalter Sistemas Slne, Spain


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

Catalan / English / Spanish

Cost: Free

List of 12,500 food-and-beverage products sold in Spain. For people with gluten intolerance.

Recommended by the part developer, the Asociación de Celiacos de Madrid (ACM) [Association of Coeliacs of Madrid], Spain Asociación de Celiacos de Madrid (ACM), Spain | http://bit.ly/JeuIBM


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

Seriously Good! Gluten Free Living

Seriously Good! Gluten Free Living
developed by Spots Consulting Ltd, UK


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation

English

Cost: £4.99 [approximately €6.28, $8.40]

56 coeliac-friendly recipes for people with gluten intolerance (many of the recipes in several serving sizes).

“Shows you which products are safe to eat. Being able to get a list of products in categories that are safe is invaluable.” Coeliac UK, Beds and Mid Herts branch, UK | PatientView survey, July-August 2011


Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

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