There are apps and there are apps. Some help you connect with our friends, some bring you news. Some keep you updated about your health and some entertain you. Then there is one that keeps track of every time you take a dump.
Yeah, you read right. The app, named PoopLog (what else), actually tracks every time you defecate and describes the texture, volume, time of day, and the pain level. The app even lets you attach and share photos to whomever needs to know about your bowel movements.
PoopLog has a smooth layout with brown color scheme. The FAQ section of the app is in fact very informative about why it was made, and has lots of hyperlinks to related information.
When entering a log, first the poopers pick a type based on consistency on the Bristol Stool Scale. Later on they pick a rough volume, and enter time of day. The final update includes the option to add the pain level on scale of 1-10. Bowel movements can then have notes and pictures included before being entered into the log.
PoopLog has not been updated for over a year, and so what you see is actually what you get. Developers say that they are working on custom fields such as smell, discomfort, and contents, as well as geotagging, so that you can view your poop history on a map. That GPS feature, we believe, will actually be useful for dog owners.