I can't help but wonder....
Does this guy ever manage to sell any of his apps? I was noticing all these $31.99 apps, and it is VERY rare to see such inflated prices in iTunes, so I just had to go see what this guy is about. He takes an app originally priced somewhat reasonably and then ups it to $17, then down to free, then up to $23, then perhaps down to $11, then up to $32, then back down to free, etc. He does this with all of his apps, and there are probably two dozen or more.
Who in the world would pay THOSE horrendous prices when there are so many apps that do the same thing just as well, if not better, for less than ten bucks, and some are even free! He'd do alot better if he knocked $25 or $30 off the price, sell a whole lot more, and end up making more money in the long run.
I only downloaded this free med history app, but what a joke. For instance, you are to list your allergies in this tiny little box not large enough to even put three short words! I have several allergies, and of course they won't fit that teeny little box. I am also on more than six meds, which is all the space allocated for meds. There is no place to list any other serious chronic or acute ongoing illnesses, or pacemaker insertion, kidney failure, dialysis, etc. And THIS app costs THIRTY TWO DOLLARS??? What a joke, a very expensive joke, at that!!! Being a medical professional myself, I can unequivocally state that this app is sorely inadequate. And from what I see in the screenshots, all of his programs are as ineffective as this one.