LoveMySkin – mole mapping for generation i
I wouldn’t characterise the average heavy iPhone user as the abnormally spry, outdoorsy type, but I may be wrong. Still, apps like LoveMySkin (LMS) have their place in a market whose sofa-loving constituents, too, are affected by their environment. So, just in time for winter in the norther hemisphere, LoveMySkin, an app which helps the fair-skinned discover, track, and monitor their blemishes, debuts for the few freckle-freaks in the south. If it weren’t obvious already, LoveMySkin won’t prevent skin cancer. Firing LoveMySkin up in the heat of an Aussy sunstorm ain’t gonna keep you safe. However, tracking changes on your body is something you should do and I applaud Steven Romej for releasing LMS for the frugal price of 99 cents. It seems that he also has a bulk sale price for dermatologists.
LoveMySkin presents four views of the body and allows you to add markings that you want to keep track of.
Zoom in and around a detailed rendering of the human anatomy.
Tap a spot to add a mole marking. You can edit the details of each mole and keep notes on growth or changes.
A built-in guide makes comparing benign moles to malignant moles easier, though nothing replaces the opinion of a professional.
The idea is to get familiar with your body so that you know what’s normal and abnormal for you.
Skin cancer is a deadly disease, but awareness and a proactive attitude can make all the difference in early detection.
TWO BODY MAP TYPES
You can toggle between a male and female body, and any moles you’ve added to each one are saved (so, a male and female could share a copy of the app).
HOW TO MOVE AROUND
Single tap: add a new mole
Double tap: toggle highlight overlay
Two-finger tap: revert to normal zoom levels
Pinching: zooms in and out
Contact me about special bulk pricing for your patients. Give a copy of the app to your patients. Also exploring branding opportunities to promote your practice.