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It records when you use your inhaler and how many puffs of it you take.
You have to enter in when and how many puffs you take, but we’re working on a bluetooth equipped inhaler that will do that for you1
Whatever kind you want. Unfortunately Apple’s HealthKit framework doesn’t have the ability to differentiate between different types of inhalers.
It’s good to know how often you’re taking your inhaler so you can tell if it’s an effective solution for you. (This app will not tell you that)
Straight into Apple HealthKit on your device, nowhere else.
This app does not do any of the following things with your data:
1 Just kidding, but I’m sure someone else is.
2 Oh, that’d be a good #TODO item.