We worked with a specialist medical imaging company to get the highest quality 3D renderings of the nasal and chest areas. The app contains 5 main sections: 1 An interactive 3D model showing the effects of hay fever on the sufferer. The user can interact with the 3D model and explore each section in detail. They can view a demonstration of the effects of hay fever on a particular area and understand how it may affect them. 2 An in-app store, which allows the user to purchase hay fever related medical products. 3 A symptom tracker provides the user with a short questionnaire which is used to understand their symptoms for that day and how it affects them. From here they can see a graph showing a historical view of their overall symptoms. Based on the score of the questionnaire, a recommended treatment is provided along with some tips to give the user some information on how they can help to reduce their symptoms. 4 A map showing the user pollen levels throughout Ireland and the UK. 5 An information section to give the user information on various self-help and diet tips along with some treatments available to help them with alleviating the effects of their hay fever symptoms.
We developed the app using swift for iOS and Java for Android. We used Apple Pay and Android Pay alongside Stripe to process user payments. This integration also allowed all payments be processed through Stripe, making it easier for our client to monitor and manage. As Hayfever Relief sells and distributes hay fever related medical products through their app, we wanted to make the purchase process as seamless as possible. Both Apple Pay and Android Pay provide a more user friendly way for customers to pay. These payment methods are fast, easy and secure, while we were still able to provide Stripe as a secondary option. Users can quickly select their payment, shipping and contact information and verify their payment using Face ID or Touch ID for Apple and Fingerprint Authentication for Android.