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May 1, 2009

Swine flu iPhone app awaiting approval

Posted: 03:43 PM ET

Calling all iPhone owners anxious about the spread of swine flu: A potential app, the Swine Flu Tracker, may be on the way.

The Swine Flu Tracker, still pending approval from Apple, would be free. It was developed by IntuApps, whose founders, Barry Schwartz and Lilly Gold, say they want to keep people informed about the virus and where it is spreading.

“Just being able to have the information with you on the go is a powerful tool for people,” Gold told CNN.

The Swine Flu Tracker's first tab shows the current threat level – Phase 5 – and brief description from the World Health Organization.

The next feature, likely the most useful, is a map that tracks where the virus is spreading in relation to the user via a “locate me” button. Each pin that pops up on the map offers details about confirmed and suspected flu cases. The data comes from a Google Maps RSS feed.

A third tab provides virus facts and flu symptoms from the Centers for Disease Control, Wikipedia and other sources.

The last screen, Alerts, is a consolidated triad of Twitter updates from the World Health Organization, the CDC and HealthMap.

Schwartz submitted Swine Flu Tracker on Thursday and said Apple typically takes a week or two to approve new apps before they are released. Given the urgency of the swine flu outbreak, maybe they'll move more swiftly on this one.

“Hopefully the virus will end soon, but being informed is important for now and [for] trying to keep everyone healthy,” Gold said.

Any iPhone user interested in downloading Swine Flu Tracker can leave a comment for Schwartz on his blog,, and he will let you know when the app goes live.

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David   May 2nd, 2009 10:56 am ET

There is really no benefit in knowing where a Swine Flu case is. Even if it's in your own state, your community, your street. There is nothing you can actually do with that information.

The Fear/Stress worrying about the Swine Flu will only weaken your immune system so you are more susceptible to most any disease.

Then what happens, you eat more, smoke more and drink more.

Here is a better idea for an iPhone app. Track the deaths related to Obesity, Second Hand Smoke and people killed by Drunk Drivers.

Obesity Related Deaths: 280,000 Yearly, 23,333 Monthly, 767 Daily
Second Hand Smoke Deaths: 46,000 Yearly, 3,833 Monthly, 126 Daily
Drunk Driving Deaths: 13,470 Yearly, 1,125 Monthly, 37 Daily

Now if we had an app that helped us find Organic Foods so we eat less toxic foods that back our fat cells, where Smokers were, or which cars on the road had Drunk Drivers, maybe that would have some benefit and could actually save lives.

Joe   May 2nd, 2009 10:57 am ET

It's always considered overkill until it turns into something severe....then we look back and say why didn't we do more to prevent this from happening. Doesn't have to kill people to make an impact. If it spreads rapidly b/c we don't take preventative steps now, we will be sorry. Off to wash my hands again.

Patrick   May 2nd, 2009 10:57 am ET

Stop calling it swine flu please. You are part of the problem of impacting an industry just by using the virus nickname.

Ray   May 2nd, 2009 10:58 am ET

We're all gonna die. We're all gonna die. I'd better give all my money to Obama, cuz we're all gonna die. Let's turn up the PAN(dem)IC level a little more!

Robert   May 2nd, 2009 11:02 am ET

Less people have died of the swine flu this week then of the "normal" flu.

aaa   May 2nd, 2009 11:03 am ET

That's a good idea.

Amy C, Jamestown NC   May 2nd, 2009 11:08 am ET

It's not a bad thing that people are aware. 36,000 people are still a lot of people to die of "just the flu."

Problem with this flu is that it is attacking young, healthy people rather than very young children or the elderly. That's what happened with the Spanish flu of 1918.

Some officials are putting the cart before the horse, granted. But looking at preparedness is not a bad idea at this point.

The app doesn't bother me, especially if it's free.

We are overdue for a flu epidemic. This could be it. We can minimize the damage with common sense: stay home if you're sick, wash your hands, above don't panic.

The Egyptians are out of their minds to kill over a quarter million pigs. You can't get it form the meat. Pig to human transmission is rare enough that simple precautions like masks and hygeine will protect the workers.

Yeah, kill all the pigs when the cost of food is through the roof anyway. That's smart.

Seriously   May 2nd, 2009 11:09 am ET

Really now? Yes, it's a problem, but for crying out loud, this crosses into the absurd.

Yenic   May 2nd, 2009 11:11 am ET

No big deal to me, I have only my old 50 years old skin to worry about but I can easily walk in the shoes of parents that are worried for their children. This app can be useful to them as long as they keep a cool head. Schwartz & Gold thank you for taking the time to help your fellow human with this free App. There are many wingers out there that have never left a finger to help anyone. Ignore them.

james   May 2nd, 2009 11:17 am ET

Doug two things, we live in a country that tolerates freedoms, this means we can create explore take part in all kinds of things you and I may not agree in but the freedom to do so is there, even to make shaken baby app. They also pulled the application but its a sound bite and you got to use it.

Secondly if you dont know what the term pandemic means you should probably look it up before commenting. There's a real reason why this flu is being followed. Several years ago people died from the swine flu shot, its actually quite aggressive against the people who can least defend themselves from it the sick the young and the old.

Bryan in Montgomery   May 2nd, 2009 11:25 am ET

Amen Doug! You nailed it on the head. Over kill!

dennis miller   May 2nd, 2009 11:29 am ET

Swine flu was in the U.S. in 1976, more people died form the inoculation then from the actual virus.

Eric   May 2nd, 2009 11:30 am ET


Jack   May 2nd, 2009 11:31 am ET

So what if it is overkill? Swine flu is more dangerous to healthy adults than the normal flu. I don't care where the normal flu is, I can get it and just be sick for a few days. Swine flu, on the other hand, is a legitimate threat to people besides kids and elders. Even if the number of cases is lower than the flu, it is useful to know where it is. You don't like it, don't use it. Why do you care how other people spend their time anyway?

Bryan   May 2nd, 2009 11:35 am ET

Bird flu, swine flu, west nile, SARS, shouldn't the world's population been dead a gone a long time ago? I think I'm coming down with something. Yep, there it is; right on web MD. Media-hype-alitis.

John Brand,TX   May 2nd, 2009 11:40 am ET

All you people that keep bringing up the statistics of the normal flu are showing just how stupid you are about the swine flu. Scientists and other experts, whom are a lot smarter than you or I, are not worrying for nothing. The normal flu is just that, the flu. If it passes from me to you to another, all three of us have the same flu. With swine flu, if it passes from me to you to another, all three of us could have completely different versions of the swine flu. That means the disease can mutate and become more deadly, but more importantly, it makes it extremely hard to contain a disease when it keeps mutating. All I know is that since going to bed last night and waking up this morning, the total number of cases worldwide doubled. When the total number of infected doubles overnight, there is a reason to be concerned and if you don't think so, well then go take a trip to Mexico, I'm sure they have some really cheap deals going on right now. Wake up people and start using your brains, I know most of you like to live in blissful ignorance, but try to think from time to time.

sn   May 2nd, 2009 11:44 am ET

Nice "Simpsons" reference!

The concern with this flu is that it affects any person, no matter how healthy they are, and it can kill them. The other flus "A" and "B" typically are only fatal to the very young or old and infirm – people who are more susceptible to things like pneumonia.

steve   May 2nd, 2009 11:50 am ET

people just gotta calm down, the media is blowing this all out of porportion... the media wants us to live in constent fear that we are going to die at any second... everybody just calm down its not that big of a deal...

Josh   May 2nd, 2009 12:06 pm ET

Doug From Allentown. THAT IS WHY IT IS SCARY. If 36,000 die a year from a flu that about 80% of the population is vaccinated from, imagine how many would die if 0% are vaccinated..... ALOT MORE>

Nathan   May 2nd, 2009 12:09 pm ET

One person dies every 7 minutes in the US due to flu per the averages. This is utterly rediculous.

But oh well... It'll give Obama something to 'claim victory' over when it peeters out....   May 2nd, 2009 12:10 pm ET

we are too late

Megan   May 2nd, 2009 12:12 pm ET

As if iPhone owners didn't already have enough Stupid Crap to download. I agree with Doug from Allentown. OVERKILL.

dee   May 2nd, 2009 12:13 pm ET

Doug, you throw those numbers out without taking into account that millions of people are vaccinated each year for the flu and still there are that many deaths. That is why the term pandemic is being used. Without flu shots for the general population every year, as I understand it, we'd have pandemics more often.

Sean from Beantown   May 2nd, 2009 12:20 pm ET

Absolutely unreal. I've had H1N1 for a liitle over a week now and it's amazing how blown out of proportion this situation has become. It's the flu people! Grant it, I've felt horrible the last few days or so, but it's still JUST the flu. Chill out, STOP listening to the news, and live your life. You'll be fine....I promise

H1N1 victim

stephen   May 2nd, 2009 12:34 pm ET

just plain fear mongering

SamiSam   May 2nd, 2009 12:36 pm ET

I think this might be a global strategy to shift the focus from the economic crisis over to the swine flu.

Brian, St. Louis, Missouri   May 2nd, 2009 12:37 pm ET

Umm...Doug, how is the Swine Flu app even remotely distasteful? It's purpose is to provide up-to-date information on a current health issue. How could you possibly label that distasteful to any degree?

It sounds like you have just a personal grudge against Apple.

Tom   May 2nd, 2009 12:38 pm ET

Regular Flu: 36,000 or so dead in America alone.
Swine flu: Less than 200 dead worldwide.

200 is not a pandemic. WHO does not need to declare this a pandemic. If this swine flu qualifies as a pandemic, then the regular flu should mean we are on constant pandemic alert. I suppose, however, that this app. is better than nothing.

Brian   May 2nd, 2009 12:45 pm ET

This is truly insanity. I am socializing as much as I possibly can, without any worry or fear whatsoever. If I happen to get sick, I'll pop some advil, sleep, and eat chicken noodle soup. The government is stupid. People are stupid.

Abe Koniarsky   May 2nd, 2009 12:46 pm ET

This application is just what we need under these very difficult pandemic.

Thank you for coming up with this great idea. Let me know when it is available. Look forward to using it.

Mike   May 2nd, 2009 12:52 pm ET

Get over yourself, Doug. There is nothing wrong with people wanting to be more informed about this. I think people are more worried about the virus mutating and becoming more virulent.

The shaken baby app was absolutely distasteful but this iPhone app is hardly in the same category.

Eswearingen   May 2nd, 2009 12:54 pm ET

this flu is ridiculous. the american public always needs something to be afraid of, it seems

Greg   May 2nd, 2009 12:56 pm ET

This is so stupid. How is the map feature "useful"? What, if the flu shows up in Michigan I'm supposed to move to Illinois, and if it shows up in Illinois, I move to Indiana or something? People, get a grip. I wish CNN covered the regular flu like this every year–that virus actually kills a lot of people.

Nate P, MN   May 2nd, 2009 1:12 pm ET

Too bad it isn't called "Swine Flu" anymore

michaelcher   May 2nd, 2009 1:14 pm ET

DOUG; U Sir must not have a shaken baby, HOW insensitive

waverydr   May 2nd, 2009 1:24 pm ET

Doug, consider this, the normal flu kills 36,000 a year like you said AND we have a vaccine for it. So imagine what swine flu will do without a vaccine. Also the regular flu mainly kills people over 65, swine flu has been taking out seemingly healthy young people. I think the precautions are warranted.

pmalek   May 2nd, 2009 1:34 pm ET

Yea big time overkill on this. It shows just how easily people can get into hysteria and panic. A lot of it is how the media portrays it and dishes it out.

Connie Brotzman   May 2nd, 2009 1:53 pm ET

This is in response to Doug who thinks an iPhone app on the flu is over kill. Perhaps so my friend, but it never hurts to be informed on these things. While medical technology has certainly advanced since 1918 my grandmother lost her husband and a three year old to that epidemic. After burying them she came home and her 9 month old had also lost his life to the virus.

What also irritated me is your comment on the shaken baby app. While I think the app was inappropriate and never should have been released , I think your judging and condemning a company by one application out of hundreds of thousands, shows your ignorance. Play with your Rimm and shut up.

No Swine Before Its Time   May 2nd, 2009 1:55 pm ET

If they were really interested in giving this data to the masses, then they'd simply put up a web site where people could track the spread of the virus. Then anyone with a web-enabled phone or basic access to the Internet would be able to follow it, not just iPhone fanboys.

That being said, this pig plague is much ado about nothing in comparison to everyday illnesses we choose to ignore.

Thingamagic   May 2nd, 2009 2:01 pm ET

"The Swine Flu Tracker, still pending approval from Apple, would be free." You need approval from Apple to release an app for the iPhone? This is idiotic! Imagine people having to get approval from Microsoft to release a Windows app.

Joe Shapira   May 2nd, 2009 2:07 pm ET

This company is trying to make money, hands down this is a shady way of gaining attention to a company.

If they really were considered why not address the common flu and stop riding the PR train.

I would not recommend anyone download or do business with this company.

Playoffs « AznJavi’s Blog   May 2nd, 2009 2:32 pm ET

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Brendan   May 2nd, 2009 3:33 pm ET

Americans will capitalize on everything.... Its great!

Dave   May 2nd, 2009 3:40 pm ET

This doesn't do that much except create a widespread feeling of fear. knowledge is powerful, but too much and too frequent can have negative effects.

IJ   May 2nd, 2009 4:09 pm ET

This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard of.
Talk about exploiting hysteria.

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peter from everywhere   May 2nd, 2009 4:42 pm ET

Pandemic equals panic. There are too many people rushing to hospitals for every little sensation they get or just ate a BLT sandwich.

Get over it. Imagine the panic if there was truly a worldwide epidemic where thousands are getting sick daily.

Vince   May 2nd, 2009 5:35 pm ET

More hysteria for the masses, more panic to be caused, and even more cash to line the pockets of those behind it.

Simply Your Health Staff   May 2nd, 2009 7:16 pm ET


Mike   May 2nd, 2009 7:21 pm ET

Swine Flu, Bird Flu... Never had em, just keep getting the regular flu. This is so out of control, the masks, the panic, and hysteria. Geez. What's next, Cow Flu, Dog Flu?

ChuckH   May 2nd, 2009 7:59 pm ET

Wow, another low for iPhone apps! Are they trying to compete with the media for new lows?

Concerned Citizen   May 2nd, 2009 8:02 pm ET

This is pure media inflation. These are the raw stats (obtained from CNN): 658 people from around the world have the swine flu. Mexico has 397 cases, and 16 confirmed deaths. To put this in perspective: there are 6,790,062,216 people in the world. That means that in the entire world, only .00000969% have the flu. In Mexico, the percentage of confirmed cases is: .0000357%. This is accurate data (assuming the CIA factbook doesn't lie).

joel deang   May 2nd, 2009 8:11 pm ET

about iphone flu tracker, i want to have it approve ASAP in order to download and apply it.

Deby   May 2nd, 2009 9:05 pm ET

My great-grandmother died in the Spanish Flu pandemic in 1918 in Massachusetts, pregnant at the time of her death and leaving small children behind. I think we should take this potential pandemic seriously, but this app is a bit too much – it's just too much fear mongering.

johnnysast   May 2nd, 2009 10:01 pm ET

This is been completely overblown... the real pandemic is the fear people have... that scares me more then the virus

abbybarker   May 2nd, 2009 11:27 pm ET

I want this app now! Too bad i have no i-phone.

JOhn   May 3rd, 2009 1:52 am ET

Normal FLu kills 36,000 people a year, and 500k worldwide, yeah after evolving over time. Imagine what this will do after it evolves enough... At this young stage it's been lethal already and it has just appeared in humans. Imagine what it will become, now that it is a combination of 4 different Flu virus.

Cassandra from Oceanside,NY   May 3rd, 2009 2:49 am ET

I agree with Doug... Seriously- how much more coverage can they do on this? also lets make people panic... that will help?????!!!
sigh... gotta love the media

ENicolas NCalifornia   May 3rd, 2009 5:00 am ET

The 'normal' flu is well understood by scientists and doctors, and has a large store of vaccine available. H1N1 is new, unstudied, currently mutating, and there is no vaccine. It is also spreading very quickly. 36,000 deaths may sound like a lot, but the potential for an un-checked epidemic is millions of lives. This isn't some sniffles and a headache – it's a potentially deadly fever.

I see no real use for this iPhone application. As a software designer I would say it's an attempt to cash-in on the crisis. But theH1N1 virus is a very real and serious world-wide health issue.

malc dixon   May 3rd, 2009 5:42 am ET

time to get real, people, dontcha think?

brian   May 3rd, 2009 6:02 am ET

this is getting out of hand, i work in the health care feild as a home nurse and the clients i see are alreagy scared because of the outlandish degree of media coverage this outbreak is reciving. The media just wants to keep the public aware but it is going for the shock value as well. STOP blowing every thing out of perspective. This app is totally useless, if you are that concerned about the spread of the H1N1 check the internet CNN will tell you all about it at considerable length. And come on guys please just wash your hands, nobody seems to be mentioning that this is the the best way to break the chain of infection.

Kevin   May 3rd, 2009 9:54 am ET

I hope Apple does the right thing here and bans the app from their store – there's no need to stoke the hysteria fire.

Bill from Phoenix   May 3rd, 2009 10:37 am ET

All your swine flu are belong to me...

El Common Sense   May 3rd, 2009 11:54 am ET

This is stupido! Hysteria at its finest! What's next – selling merchandise to profit from the illness! People wake up!

Steve   May 3rd, 2009 12:09 pm ET

This business will get out of control. It will get out of control and we'll be lucky to live through it.

Jeremy   May 3rd, 2009 12:38 pm ET

One gets the feeling that the pharmaceuticals had a slow year for the flu vaccine... thus pushing a new one on a worldwide "pandemic" that still has a fatality rate of less than 1%.

Chalk another one up to capitalism.

Steve From Dallas   May 3rd, 2009 2:33 pm ET

Sounds like just clean fun for the whole family...

Marcus   May 3rd, 2009 3:29 pm ET

What exactly is distasteful about this application? I may or may not use it, but there's nothing distasteful about it.

Scott   May 3rd, 2009 3:35 pm ET

Doug, you are right that the normal flu kills 36,000 people in the US and 500,000 worldwide. But, at some point a 1918 style flu will come back and kill 1 to 200 million people.

The time to worry about it is before if happens, not after. Because SARS and Bird Flu didn't turn out to be it, doesn't mean it isn't going to happen, or that we should attempt to be prepared.

Comparing a flu at its early stages, that has the possibility of killing millions, to the regular flu really makes no sense at all.

If this flu isn't the one, that's fantastic, but it doesn't mean we shouldn't be vigilant for the one that is, or chastise scientists and governments for what is a very real concern.

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rosekissme   May 3rd, 2009 4:14 pm ET

You've got to be kidding! I guess some ppl just need that extra anxiety. What's next, the patient's name, address and medical history deemed as statisical info?

H K   May 3rd, 2009 6:33 pm ET

If you're dumb enough to download this app you deserve to get the swine flu or plague.

Neil   May 3rd, 2009 6:56 pm ET

the T-Mobile G1 already has this app. It works great

Diddles   May 3rd, 2009 8:02 pm ET

Woo! We get to track deathly sick people from our iPhones! 😀 Let us laugh at those weaker than us and their silly death.

gosh. what horrible people.

David Williams   May 3rd, 2009 9:54 pm ET

Stop. This is out of control. The media is the problem. FIND SOMETHING ELSE TO REPORT!!!

jerry   May 3rd, 2009 11:14 pm ET

Absolute junk. Seems apple will approve just about anything. I guess it's how many apps you have, not the quality of the actual software that matters. Way to go, apple! Keep up the good work.

Martin Leese   May 4th, 2009 12:35 am ET

Having lived through SARS in Hong Kong in 2003 I, for one, would welcome an easy to access and accurate application that would allow me to make informed decisions for myself and my family. Apple doesn't write the apps but they do vet them and there are no parallels to shaken baby apps.

Paul Dietrich   May 4th, 2009 4:40 am ET

This is paranoia. In the US there are around 200 cases, and so far just one death. A mortality rate of about half a percent.

The number of suspected deaths in Mexico is dropping as cases are confirmed to have died from other illnesses.

This is worse than the average flu, but it hardly ranks amongst the deadliest diseases in the world.

For example, there are more cases of Whooping Cough (which everybody seems to forget still exists) annually, than this virus.

And AIDS, especially when combined with TB is much deadlier still.

Notatard   May 4th, 2009 7:35 am ET

Sure this is getting a little out of hand, but better safe than STUPID.
Remember 1918, and don't pass this off lightly. Swine Flu will probably not be a problem, but then again, better prepare than be a fool about the issue.

If we DO get into a pandemic issue, our Obama overlords will defeat the swine flu overlords.

Can't wait to download this app! haha

steven   May 4th, 2009 8:02 am ET


Xomezu   May 4th, 2009 9:20 am ET

You want to talk about overkill? Crying over a baby shaking app, when your probably not doing anything about that it's actually happening in real life. Before that app came out, I don't think i've ever seen anything on CNN where anybody cared about baby shaking. There are so many worse things than worrying about silly applications, people just look for things to complain about, find them, and never let go of them.

I find this app very useful for the people that worry alot about this

Jack   May 4th, 2009 1:17 pm ET

The Swine Flu Tracker seems interesting. Hope it gets approved. I usually follow the swine flue through trackle


Ty   May 4th, 2009 5:59 pm ET

There is already a Swine Flu app on the T-Mobile G1 Google Android market

Kristal L. Rosebrook   May 5th, 2009 3:15 am ET

It's all a little scary!

Kristal L. Rosebrook

Alberto   May 5th, 2009 12:55 pm ET

How many people die each year of the regular flu? approximately 32,000. How many people die each year from doctor prescribed medicines? 106,000 each year (as of 1998). Nuff said. Let's move on from swine flu and octo-mom to something really important like Darfur for instance.

Ronbo   May 6th, 2009 1:48 am ET

I think the WHO is taking this too seriously. Level 5? There are very little deaths so far compared to earlier pnademmics. How can this be a level 5 pandemic??

onesource   May 7th, 2009 3:03 pm ET

Will this app be available on Blackberries as well? I think this app will be very important in the futur. Is this article on twitter as well

Daniel Schwartz   May 13th, 2009 10:14 pm ET

A similar H1N1 (Swine Influenza) App, created by QxMD Medical, has been approved by Apple and posted to the App store.

ruvafrmnowhere   May 19th, 2009 9:48 pm ET

jongalbreath May 1st, 2009 4:34 pm ET
I, for one, welcome our new swine flu overlords.

and that is why i love you internet strnager, but i personally think this is a great idea onl if they call it iswine

Thomas McNair   September 24th, 2009 10:38 pm ET

There's a better app called SwineAware, it has way more info and better user interface! I would recommend it over Swine Flu Tracker...

tetideopy   August 2nd, 2010 3:16 pm ET

A really good post. I'm glad that there are still people who share fresh and intresting ideas.

Leon Murray   October 6th, 2010 9:06 pm ET

swine flu scared the hell out of me when there was mass infection of this virus";"

George C. O'Connor   October 7th, 2010 1:42 am ET

Leon? How did miss this "mass infection"? Was I too fatigued by the three-week ordinary flu I had to be aware of it? Oh, it was absolutely miserable, just like the flues I've gotten all my life but I missed the "mass infection" unless, of course, I was one of them but mistook it for a "regular, miserable flue."
Well, I've never had an "iFlu" that I've been aware of but now I might know it.
Wow! The CDC (CDC&P), WHO, NIH, etc. are getting their budgets fattened and Apple has no intention of missing out on lucrative hysteria.

BTW> Has anybody ever bothered to notice that the "big epidemics" seem to occur during or just after wartime when large numbers of people are already suffering from extensive physical trauma from war injuries (No, certainly not just soldiers, mind you!) and sanitation reaches a low point?

Mixer Shower    October 20th, 2010 4:31 pm ET

Swine Flue created a lot of mass panic during the height of its infection:-.

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