The big Apple buzz right now is how Apple has busted the company Molinker for having fraudulent reviews of its 1000+ applications in the App Store. This scam was initially posted on iPhoneography. The Molinker developer had many applications in the photography section of the App Store, which is why iPhoneography, a photography and videography […]
To our readers: Just wanted to give everyone a heads up. As I’m sure everyone knows by now, most of our medical app reviews are based on the iPhone / iPod Touch platform, but we have some exciting news. We’re planning to roll out medical app reviews of Android based applications as well as our […]
This simple applications attempts to help you keep track of your CMEs.
Lately when I turn on the TV I feel I’m being bombarded with commercials for the Droid and being told how superior it is to the iPhone. At first I thought these suggestions were completely outlandish and this was another phone trying to “imitate” the iPhone’s “mystique”. However, I got the chance to play around […]
The developer for ECG Interpreter gave us 10 promo codes to give our to our readers. We plan on having a review of this app up on Monday, but in the meantime we’d like to hear what you think. If you use a promo code make sure to leave a comment letting others know which […]
In a recent study presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) researchers showed how the DICOM viewer, OsiriX, can effectively help diagnose acute appendicitis. This doesn’t come as much of a surprise to us. We reviewed OsiriX a few months ago and were definitely fans of this DICOM viewer […]
There is a great article in the telegraph talking about a possible app in the works that will allow for the diagnosis of respiratory disease based on a simple cough. I thought this was a joke until I read the bottom of the article. The firm researching this diagnosing methodology has some serious backing in […]
Comparison of the Instant ECG app verse the ECG guide app. We compare the two most popular ECG apps in the App Store and crown our favorite ECG iphone app.
Review of Grays Anatomy Deluxe Edition App, an anatomy learning tool. While it has great text to go with is images, those images could certainly be better. Still, its affordable pricing makes it worth looking at.
This is the home edition of the Merck Manual app made for people without healthcare experience. It aims to help improve the doctor patient relationship. We reviewed the professional edition of this application in one of our prior reviews.
The developer of the Clinical Orthopedic Exam App has been gracious enough to give us promotional codes for the readers of our site. The App costs $39.99 regularly. We did a review of this app a few months ago that you should check out if you haven’t already. Read more to access the the promo […]
Recently, a post on the popular medical blog site KevinMD garnered a fair amount of attention with the provocative title “Why doctors should choose Google Android over the iPhone for medical apps”. It was posted on Oct 20, 2009 and was subsequently listed as one of the most popular posts for October on the highly […]