Download VacciDate apk 1.2.5 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 3.0 MB
VacciDate is a tool to help you manage your child’s vaccination schedule in Queensland for children up to 4 years of age. Please ensure the most recent version of Android OS has been installed to ensure the best functionality.
- VacciDate enables the user to enter a profile for each child;
- enter appointment dates for vaccinations;
- receive reminders at one month, one week, one day and one hour before the next vaccination is due or next appointment is scheduled;
- and store a record of vaccinations received for each child.
The VacciDate exports appointment information to the user’s personal calendar and provides access to the VacciDate website containing information about vaccination.
VacciDate also provides access to the Vaccination Matters website.
- Minor bug fixes.
- Performance improvements
The State of Queensland (Department of Health) part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Jan. 24, 2016. Google play rating is 54.2857. Current verison is 1.2.5. Actual size 3.0 MB.
Let me delete old vaccinations I added my 2 year old son so that I can remember his 2 year old plus vaccination and it won't let me get rid of any of the previous ones from 6 weeks old. I also can't scroll through the list to see anything pay 12 months the NSW one was a lot better
Great idea, bad app This app tells me my son's 6 week vaccinations are due 2 weeks after the correct date! This was not fixed after the recent update. Given this is an official government app it needs some serious work.
Terrible I can't believe that the state government would proceed with an advertising campaign for an app that doesn't work. I put the details of my three year old child in it and the app won't let me past the six week old vaccinations. I can't mark them as completed. It seems this app can only be used by someone who has just had a child and before their six week vaccinations are due. Totally useless for most people then.
Great app Nothing wrong with this app at all
How to mark as completed Currently indifferent as I havent tested the apps accuracy yet. Def needs layout work. When you click on a listed vaccination it will bring up details & reminder options. If you scroll that page up (something i found by luck as there are no arrows or markers) it will bring up a 2nd section where you can mark as completed.
Great app Nice and basic, easy to use.
Not accurate and keeps freezing App continues to freeze with the information given. Also, I'm trying to enter the dates my child had his vaccines and it won't allow me to change that. The app is a great idea, it's not flexible. UN installing until it's more functional.
Great idea but more work needed App freezes when importing Dr contact, and won't accept my child's d.o.b .... The potential for this app is great but more work is required to make it useable.
Good idea, but poor quality control Really wanted this app to work, but the first date I looked at was completely wrong by over a month. That's pretty rubbish quality control when an app fails at its primary function the first time it is used. Maybe it was programmed by the same folks who coded the Queensland Health payroll system a few years back?
Buggy App hangs when importing Dr's contact info. Calculates 6 week vaccinations at 2 months not 6 weeks. Info otherwise is good but some updates required.
It would be better if it also included school vaccines - your children require immunizations after 18 months so silly to stop there. It also would be better if you could import details from vaccine register rather than relying on the user to enter details. I thought the whole idea of this app was to remind you of shots due - if I can't remember when to immunize my child how could I rely on my memory to enter details? ? Very disappointed in this app.
Freezes Can't even add my son in as app freezes when entering birth date
Its needs fixing It wouldnt let me write my daughters details on the app plz fix it
Worse than even the reviews implied. Already uninstalled.
Awful app Couldn't even get past the page to add a child. It won't save it and let me go any further. Def going back to the NSW gov app, at least theirs works!
Still very buggy when choosing date Feb was visibly selected, Mar showed up on saved date. Selecting day - difficult to get it to select 4 instead of 5 or 3.
One of the worst app i've seen. Laggy, keeps loading, lots of bugs.. After being on playstore for this long, still hasn't been updated to material design. I know it's an important app. But it's built quality is just terrible.. [Edit] Screenshot is from iPhone???Really??
Bugs bugs bugs Such a simple app bhat has major bugs. Image seting for family member crashes app.
Not needed Unrequired app. You will change your phone before use it fully. Data doesn't save to the cloud for updated/changed phones. That's what the RED BOOK is for. But good for new mums
Shocking As an endorsed childhood immunisation nurse... This is simply rubbish. Avoid
Worse app I have used. I Could not use my son date of birth 2004 Feb stupid thing
Good idea. Poor delivery This app really shouldn't have been released yet without further in-house development. The interface requires too many presses to perform basic functions. Why is a name and a gender mandatory? Not to mention that it doesn't even sync with the health department or the federal human services department to actually check the records. Don't download this app.... yet.
Doesnt work All my kids are immunized but it shows they have not been since birth. My eldest son just has got his 12yo shot and that hadn't shown up.. poor app specially doesnt ask for surname. Dont waste your time.?
A little clunky and not easy to use. The app doesn't seem to cover any thing past 4 years old. And a little slow to respond. Good effort, but need more thought.
Won't work When I open the app it comes up with vaccidate but then the screen goes white and stays that way, won't load anything.
Mrs Launiu Forgot about it but thanks for reminding me regarding my kids vac
Corrupt Government Malcolm Turnball's wife, Lucy, is the chairman of 'Prima Biomed', a cancer vaccine manufacturer. She has millions of shares in the company, this is a serious conflict of interest. 'No Jab, No Pay' is not for the health of our children, it's for the wealth of his.
C'mon Qld Gov't! Get it right! Lasted about 10 mins on my phone as it froze and wouldnt let me in any of the areas. Also telling me my 2 week old is due for his 6 week vaccinations in 2 months time. Come on qld govt. Uninstalled until it actually works. Not impressed at all and will be using my red book instead.