Sep 14, 2016 - Indie developer, Mykola Golyash today introduces Take That Pill 1.2.1, his new medical and health app for iOS devices. Take That Pill is an easy-to-use, yet powerful pills manager. Just a couple of steps are all that are needed to create and then manage different medicine intakes or procedures. The user adds their daily supplement or medicine to the list, sets the date and defines notifications based on different parameters. Easily control virtually every aspect of your medical activity.
Jun 27, 2016 - HedgeHog today introduces Freya 1.0, the team's new lifestyle app for women, developed for Phone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Freya stands out with its aesthetics and aim for functional perfection. Its complete design incorporates the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and birth all in one. Showing the processes taking place in the body, Freya provides security and easier organization of the activities for months in advance. All data is available to the user at all times.
Jun 06, 2016 - HedgeHog today announces the up and coming release of Freya, the team's new women's lifestyle app developed for iOS devices. Freya stands out with its aesthetics and its aim for functional perfection. Its complete design incorporates the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and birth in one single story. Showing the processes, taking place in the body, it provides security and easier organization of activity for months in advance. All data is available to the user at all times.
Jun 02, 2016 - Fat Cigar Productions Ltd today introduces Hear My Baby 1.0.1, their new best-in-class, pregnancy app for iOS devices. Beautifully designed, Hear My Baby helps expectant mothers to simply & easily hear their baby's heartbeat by pressing the microphone from their iPhone up against their tummy. Featuring an advanced audio recording system, this unique app can identify the heartbeat range of the baby and then amplify the heartbeat sound it so it can be recorded and shared via email or Facebook.
Apr 21, 2016 - InstaDOC LLC today announces InstaDOC 3.1, an update to their flagship medical app developed for iOS devices. InstaDOC is an innovative no-cost app that lets anyone easily, rapidly and securely launch a video consultation with licensed physicians. Users fill out a brief medical form, submit a nominal flat fee, and schedule a convenient time to consult with a physician via video chat, The app supports FaceTime, Skype, Webx, and other popular and free services. Version 3.1 offers minor UI changes.
Mar 10, 2016 - Developed by IT ForYou, Petralex 1.4.5 is an innovative hearing aid app that operates on the same principles as conventional wearable hearing aid. Featuring patented audio algorithms, a wide dynamic range compressor within Petralex provides a noticeable loudness boost of 30 dB or better. Petralex was identified in a recent comparative study as being the most effective and feature-rich hearing aid app currently available for either iOS or Android devices.
Feb 24, 2016 - Abe Balsamo & Co. today announces Arrhythmias 3.13, a crucial update to their proprietary medical app for iOS and Android devices. The first ECG for your phone that has passed FDA validation, Arrhythmias helps to diagnose and treat very complicated medical problems, allowing medical practitioners to make quick, informed, peer-reviewed decisions. Version 3.12 has been updated with new color scheme, as well as, bug fixes/optimizations for the new Apple iOS software.
Oct 29, 2015 - First Draught Press today announces The Ventilator App, their new medical app for iOS devices. The Ventilator App is a clinical decision support tool designed to aid medical professionals in providing mechanical ventilation to treat patients with respiratory failure. The app was developed by William Owens, MD. Dr. Owens is a specialist in Critical Care Medicine and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Internal Medicine at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
Aug 04, 2015 - apps WOW, LLC today announces Is It Research? IRB app 1.03 for iOS, a new app that enables physicians, medical students, and researchers to easily determine if their projects are human subject research needing IRB approval. This app walks you through each step with help text to decide each question, recording answers, and includes functionality to email, text or print your results. A zoomable flowsheet with hyperlinks allow you see the entire decision tree process in a glance.