Smartphone Apps
These links point to places where you can make your own question-lists and record your appointments

  • Appointment Buddy
    This free iPhone app allows you to record audio, take pictures, and write notes for your appointments. No need to register; simply download the app and begin organizing appointments. Recordings, notes, and pictures can be emailed to others in compressed files. The app does not help build question lists. 
    https://www.appointmentbuddyapp.com/ 
  • Medcorder
    This free app allows you to record, securely backup, transcribe, and share* doctor consults with loved ones to make better medical decisions together. Automated transcriptions are free and processed immediately in-app for easy sharing. *Recordings can only be shared in the app.
    https://www.medcorder.com/
  • Abridge
    This free app allows you to record, replay, and share* recordings of doctor consults. *Recordings can only be shared in the app.
    https://apps.apple.com/us/app/abridge-record-doctor-visits/id1446432189
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ai.abridge.nativeclient.release&hl=en_US
  • Rev Voice Recorder 
    This free app allows you to record and listen to audio, organize and share the recordings, and order voice-to-text human transcriptions at a rate of $1/min. Available for iPhone and Android.
    https://www.rev.com/voicerecorder
  • Cancer.Net
    This free app is available for iPhone, iPad, and Android phones. It provides detailed educational information for many cancers and offers a long list of sample questions organized by type of doctor. Information about medications and symptoms can be stored on the app. The app does not create audio-recordings.
    https://www.cancer.net/multimedia/mobile-applications
  • Pocket Cancer Care Guide
    By National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship. Free iPhone app to build a list of questions, links the questions to the appointment in your calendar and allows you to record the answers. Offers questions to choose from, a glossary of terms, and allows you to create your own questions.
    http://www.canceradvocacy.org/resources/pocket-care-guide/