App review request: Medical Calc for Apple Watch

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  • #80802

    Hi,

    I am a French neurologist and recently developed a medical calculator which is fully dedicated to the Apple Watch.
    This app contains scores and tools such as BMI, body surface area, eGFR… It also includes a section dedicated to cardiovascular scores and tools, and a general practice section.

    Full features can be found on my website:
    http://mikeiosapps.com/index.php/medical-calc

    The app is available on the App Store:
    http://apple.co/1UxgeLK

    Thank you very much for considering a review.
    Mikael Cohen, MD
    http://www.mikeiosapps.com

    #82646

    Hi,

    The latest version now includes an OB Wheel and also contains a new voice search engine to easily find a score or a tool.

    You can get a short preview here:
    https://youtu.be/fIKXWglG8pI

    The version 3 is available on the App Store:
    http://apple.co/1QnDuwS

    Best regards
    Mikael Cohen

    #83159

    Thanks we will take a look.

    #85499

    Hi,

    The app received major updates since the initial post and now contains more than 70 scores and tools.

    For further details don’t hesitate to take a look at my website:
    http://www.mikeiosapps.com/index.php/medical-calc

    Best regards,
    Mikael Cohen

    #85504

    Mikael — I have a question. How have the recent updates to the Apple Watch OS helped or hurt with medical app development. My biggest issue with using Apple Watch for medical applications is that it’s much faster to use the iPhone instead. Have recent updates changed this at all?

    #85524

    Hi Iltifat,

    In my opinion the latest OS updates have helped development in two points:

    – The ability to provide complications now allows the app to launch much faster than before
    – It is now possible to easily enter numerical parameters using the Digital Crown, which allowed me to add many new scores.

    Despite, I agree that some complex tools will definitely be hard to implement on Apple Watch and will be easier to use on iPhone.

    Best regards
    Mikael

    #87679

    Thanks for the app I will take a look.

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