Monday, January 16, 2012

FW - The Best Breast Cancer Awareness Phone Apps

As every women has breast cancer in the back of her mind, now you can have it on your phone!

I-phone:   I-Phone seems to have alot more options here.  this is a list of top five apps from Appitalism

Keep a Breast (Free on iPhone)  This app is designed to help you prevent breast cancer. It teaches you how to give yourself a breast exam at home and set up an automatic exam reminder. It also helps you educate yourself on facts of breast cancer.

Breast Health GPS (Free on iPhone)
This app uses your GPS signal and locates the nearest certified mammogram screening center. It also includes access to their website with more information, advice, and phone wallpapers.

Your Man Reminder (Free on iPhone)
This app is similar to “Keep a Breast,” except that it’s designed to have an attractive man tell you to check your breasts. This is more of a fun way to remind you about breast cancer prevention, as well as including instructions and information.

Breast Cancer: Beyond the Shock (Free on iPhone)
This is a resource, first and foremost, designed to provide more information for those who were diagnosed with breast cancer or have a loved one who was. This is a resource for information, as well as inspirational thoughts and stories if you need a boost.

Breast Cancer Diagnosis Guide (Free on iPhone)
This app is designed with those who have breast cancer in mind. It has medical illustrations, personalized articles, and other helpful information. It walks you through the reports and the tests, so you’ll know what’s going on.


Breast Cancer Risk Assessment by Ojil: This app asks questions and calculates the risk of getting breast cancer for women over 35. The application bases its estimate off of a variety of research and statistics, so there is some science behind it. Once you complete the survey, the app encourages you to share your results with your doctor.

Breast Cancer Big Clock Widget by Ferrari Soft: For a bit of pink fun for your Android phone, this ‘Fight like a Girl’ clock widget donates a portion of all proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Breast Cancer Glossary has a trial and a paid version. This app maintains ‘Education is the strongest weapon’ and provides you with definitions of breast cancer related terms. Particularly useful if you or a loved one is facing a recent diagnosis.

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