Recently, my younger brother, who is a 3rd year medical student, purchased a medical review book through iBooks. He spent more than $50 on the book, and was using the highlighting feature and other annotation feature available in iBooks. Then he asked me how he could access the book he purchased on his computer so […]
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A review of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Diagnosis app
This is an app review for the Pretest Surgery App by Modality, Inc., written by a third-year medical student. This app is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Apple have announced iBooks 2, iBooks Author and updated iTunes U with a range of new interactive content which is sure to benefit medical students
Usantine Medica, creator of some of our favorite medical textbook apps, brings the Fitzpatrick Dermatology color atlas to life — we provide an in depth review.
Notre Dame starts pilot study to research iPad’s potential in replacing traditional textbooks