In a world where everyone is an expert on everything by virtue of Google, an app like iTriage is a double-edged sword. But if you're the sort of person who is okay with self-diagnosing yourself with all sorts of crazy illnesses, there might not be a better option than the iTriage app.
Using iTriage, you can look up symptoms for an illness, find what illness you might have, find a procedure that would treat that illness, and then find a doctor who would perform that procedure. It's like a one-stop shopping trip for your disease-related needs.
The symptom and disease lookup is as robust as WebMD, though it's rather disappointing that when looking up symptoms you're only able to select one at a time. It would certainly narrow your results if you could pick two or three. Even still, the multitude of results you get for, say, symptoms of a headache, are organized very neatly.
Clicking on a symptom branches you off to another portion of the app that offers you images, videos, medical tests and treatment options for your illness. That all of these are behind different tabs and not just thrown all over the page makes iTriage easy to read.
The provider list is similarly robust, using your location to find physicians, and then sorting them by the type of medicine they practice. Although some of the specific fields are lacking in results, it was still hard not to be impressed with the level of detail provided.
As I said earlier, this app isn't for everyone. If you're going to turn yourself into a hypochondriac and assign yourself a handful of terrible diseases because you've let your imagination run wild, this is an app to skip. If, on the other hand, you're fine with reading information like this, then iTriage is an amazing value.