My husband was diagnosed a month ago with Stage IV esophageal cancer. I am his primary caregiver, and my iPad is indispensable for keeping on top of things. In addition to dealing with the emotional aspects, my husband and I have received a blizzard of paper, appointments, names, numbers, and locations we need to have at our fingertips. Initially, I turned to Medocity's iCancerHealth, a cancer treatment management app. It was a very educational experience to learn what kinds of information I can and should have readily available at all times. However, I experienced some glitches with keeping track of appointments and after a week of not hearing from the developers, I've set it aside for now. The problem is either with the app or my previously corrupted system software problem. I've found Evernote to be my top app for archiving and tagging the 65 documents we've received in the past three weeks. I use Evernote's Camera function to quickly scan and file one-page documents right before I leave a waiting room. I installed Evernote on my husband's iPad and keep both synced so that we have a common database of not only the same information but also the results of any research we've been doing. I use Web Clipper HD to save information from our hospital's website and research about his disease and treatment options, and I archive it in Evernote as well. I use Notability's handwriting function to take notes of what the oncologist and other medical professionals say during appointments, and I type the most important information using Notability's typing function. The drug and medical names, and terms can be a challenge to pronounce, so I've activated Speak Selection in Accessibility. If I can't find a digital version of a booklet we've been given on the hospital's website, I use color-coded bookmarks in iAnnotate PDF to turn a scanned booklet into a searchable database. After experimenting with the default calendar app and Calendars 5 by Readdle, I'm currently trying out Fantastical 2 for keeping track of the increasing number of appointments. Yelp has been very helpful for finding comforting and affordable places to eat after tests and treatment that are within a short distance of the different hospital locations. I haven't discovered if I can save our favorite places within the app, so I've been saving screenshots along with Evernote-scanned copies of restaurant business cards in a restaurant "notebook" (folder). I don't know of any alternatives to the default Contacts app. While that app has been serviceable, I think I might like to keep all medical contact information in a dedicated and searchable database—a feature I really liked about iCancerHealth. Supporting someone with cancer is a completely new experience for me. If anyone is using specific iPad functions and apps as part of managing treatment information, I'd appreciate your posts so I can learn from you and we can continue sharing our strategies with each other.